Mon 19 Nov
1037m - You don't have to be into Karaoke to have fun on this staple night out...
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Two parties at once!
We've opted to accommodate everyone with one all inclusive all nighter!
Not only will you experience the glory of Solomun and Gui Boratto on the same night but you'll also get to conquer two dance floors at two different locations and one nonstop party.
All ticket holders will be granted a free entrance to TGF opening its doors at 2AM, topped with 1 complimentary drink.
That's not all, the party will go on till 9am with Gui Boratto dropping a late live set to catch the sunrise over the Factory.
Come all, come many and let's rule the weekend like music warriors do!
// WEEKENDER SHOWDOWN //
ONE purchased ticket grants you a pass for:
*SAT MAY 13 at BUS STATION MAR MIKHAEL: As of 7.30PM
*SUN MAY 14 at THE GRAND FACTORY: Free Entrance as of 2AM (1 Complimentary Drink from 2am to 4am)
AT THE DOOR:
2AM to 4AM: $20 + 1 drinks
After 4AM: $20
// WALK-INS //
*Wave 1 Tickets at $30. SOLD OUT
*Wave 2 Tickets at $35. SOLD OUT
*Wave 3 Tickets at $40. SOLD OUT
*Wave 4 tickets at $45.
// CALL FOR INFO//
// MUSIC //
GUI BORATTO Live
Introductions hardly needed but if you must:
Is a prolific tech-house producer who has released material on the world’s leading labels. Born in Brazil in 1974, he began contributing to recordings as a producer and multi-instrumentalist during the early ‘90s.
With his distinctive brand of techno and progressive house Boratto covers a wide spectrum of electronica: often dreamy and possessed of an Aphex-like ambience but with occasional forays into darker, semi-industrial territory, suggesting a harder dance element sparking under the surface.
It goes without saying that in the world of superstars, Gui Boratto is one hard hitting asteroid.
The Diynamic label-head is perhaps best-known for three things: his masterful house productions, his knack to purvey a set which appeals to any crowd, and his internationally-beloved “dad moves.” Having played a major role in redefining European House Music with productions, remixes and DJing by taking the very building blocks of House and deftly reconstructing them with a modern twist, his stratospheric rise in popularity kicked off in 2012, being named for the first time as Mixmag Magazine’s “DJ of the Year”
Solomun achieved the majesty not of a decorated DJ, but of the biblical King Solomon himself.
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