The long weekend is upon us! As per usual, a litany of things are happening all over Los Angeles. If you are staying local and feel like you might want to get down on the dance floor at some point, here are the Top 5 events to get your dance on this Labor Day Weekend.
Trance legend Paul Van Dyk returns to Los Angeles this Friday, August 29th, for a Labor Day Weekend set at Exchange LA alongside Niko Zografos. The GRAMMY-nominated artist and globally acclaimed DJ is preparing to release his new album, The Politics of Dancing 3, this fall via Vandit/Ultra records.
The Crystal Method are set to rock Control at Avalon on Friday with supporting sounds from Jacob Plant, James Egbert, Wes Smith, and Zombie Killaz. The platinum-selling duo of Scott Kirkland and Ken Jordan released their fifth full-length studio album, The Crystal Method, in January. Just in time for their 20th anniversary, the album vaulted to #1 on iTunes Top Electronic Albums Chart.
For those of you in the mood for some progressive trance, British DJ/producer Gareth Emery will perform back to back days at the bicoastal Budweiser Made In America Festival. On Saturday, August 30th, you can catch him on the James Dean stage in LA as a part of his Drive – An American Road Trip national tour in support of his latest album, Drive.
Borgore, electronic dance music’s scandalously wild rapper, singer, songwriter, and producer, is on the third phase of his #NEWGOREORDER tour, and you can catch him at Create Nightclub alongside Jordan V or at Budweiser Made In America Festival on Sunday, August 30. The tour is in support of Borgore’s debut LP, #NEWGOREORDER, which debuted at #1 on iTunes Top Electronic Albums Chart.
For Steve Aoki, the future is not only bright, but glowing, multi-colored, and neon. The Las Vegas-based producer/DJ is set to perform in both Philadelphia and Los Angeles at Budweiser Made In America Festival. Catch him in LA on Sunday, August 31th, at the Dylan stage. Just about a month out from the release of Neon Future I, the first installment of his dual disc album, Steve Aoki is blazing from coast to coast so see him when you can.
Did we miss anything? Share in the comments below how you’re rounding out the month.