Popular electronic music producer and musician deadmau5 is coming to New York City this week. An artist who’s captivated audiences with his fearlessness on stage, and innovation when it comes to the set up and effects during his shows.
The Sept. 8th show will be held at Rooftop Pier 17 in New York, New York at the elegant Seaport District. The setting plays into Deadmau5’s famous cube themed station that he’s brought to his shows in the past. Expect some surprises, as he’s always looking to outdo himself. This is sure to get attention of those in the area, as they’ll see this illuminate the busy New York skyline.
You’ll have a chance to hear some of his top hits such as “Let Go” and some surprises from his newest project “Mau5ville: Level 1,” featuring his collaboration with Rob Swire, “Monophobia.”
These types of shows will not only let you hear the music, but give you a chance to truly feel the energy of the live crowd. The design will make you feel like you’re in the future, and give your imagination room to dance with you.
For those looking to go to another show, deadmau5 is set to perform in Chandler, Arizona at the Goldrush Music Festival. Looking to join the fun? Check it out here, for tour dates and tickets. General admission starts at $132.
Deadmau5 is among the many electronic artists that have made this genre a true revolution. Names like David Guetta and the late, great Avicii have all made their mark in this industry. A mixture of drums, synthetics, loops, and an array of mixing have led our ears on an adventure through a unique world.
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