“It’s been great to see Tiësto grow from our first event, to packing the clubs, to the outdoor show, one of our proudest moments, and now coming full circle to this,” Glow Founder Antonis Karagounis
Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 21, 2011
The DC nightlife scene needs to prepare itself for an epic night of killer electronic dance music from the master himself. Tiësto’s Club Life Tour makes a stop at an infamous location among DC Events and DC nightlife.
With an custom lightin, sound, and stage design to accompany the action, combined with the wild energy of 10,000 screaming fans, this is a show that will be remembered in US EDM history. Known for bringing the biggest names in electronic music to DC nightclubs twice a week, Glow and Panorama Productions are putting on this major event at the DC Armory.
Recently voted ‘The Greatest DJ of All Time’ by Mixmag and widely regarded as the world’s biggest DJ/Producer, Tiësto has worked with global superstars such as Nelly Furtado, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Goldfrapp and more. His recently completed Kaleidoscope World Tour spanned more than 15 months and 175 dates across 6 continents playing to over 1,000,000+ people.
Tiësto was nominated for two 2010 Billboard Touring Awards (alongside Lady Gaga & Justin Beiber) and listed in Billboard’s Top 25 biggest grossing global touring acts of 2010. Tiësto is busier than ever in 2011 with the launch of ‘Tiësto in Concert’ in Las Vegas, a monthly residency at The Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. In addition, Tiësto will be traveling the world, including stops at DC nightclubs, supporting the release of his highly anticipated new ‘Club Life’ mix album. For more information, please visit http://www.tiesto.com
The partnership between Tiësto and Glow extends as far back as 2001’s Superglow DC massive. From then there’s been the 2003 Nyana Tour and numerous In Search of Sunrise events. They brought DC nightlife to its knees with the 2007 Elements of Life outdoor event, drawing nearly 8,000 people. In 2009 Tiësto brought an LED concert set-up to the stage at Fur Nightclub. Most recently he brought his Kaleidoscope Remixed tour to DC for a no frills party… the calm before the storm.
“It’s been great to see Tiësto grow from our first event, to packing the clubs, to the outdoor show, one of our proudest moments, and now coming full circle to this,” Glow Founder Antonis Karagounis said. “Tiësto outdoors was groundbreaking for DC Nightlife. This time it will be even more impressive!”
Glow Washington DC presents:
TIESTO'S CLUB LIFE TOUR
April 9th, 2011
2001 E. Capitol Street S.E.
Doors open at 6pm
No dress code
Beer, Liquor, Wine served on-site for 21+
Food and non-alcoholic drinks also served
Tickets start from only $40 on http://www.clubglow.com
VIP tickets available, includes access to seating/VIP area overlooking main dance floor.
Full Event Details: http://www.clubglow.com
About Glow Washington DC
DC nightlife got a much needed kick in 1999 when legendary Glow parties were started by Antonis Karagounis. The DC promoter, along with resident DJ Pete Moutso, traveled to Miami that year for WMC and experienced the epic trance of George Acosta, which spurred them to bring that experience to DC nightclubs. Since that time, Karagounis has moved on to owning 3 DC venues and making the Glow and Panorama Productions brands, one of the most recognized on the East Coast. Moutso has become one of the most revered personalities in club bookings worldwide. Glow was the second party in the US to book Armin van Buuren. Past residents, in addition to Van Buuren, include George Acosta, Cosmic Gate, Sasha, Ferry Corsten, Talla 2XLC and Taucher. Regular guests over the years include Tiësto, David Guetta, Kaskade, Avicii, Dubfire and Sharam. Guetta, currently #2 in the world, listed Club Glow as his favorite venue worldwide in his 2010 DJ Magazine Top 100 profile.
About DC Armory
Opened in 1941, the DC Armory is Washington, D.C.’s auditorium, arena, big top and ballroom. Under its huge dome, visitors to this landmark showplace enjoy a year-round parade of events as wide-ranging and diverse as the people who come through its doors. The DC Armory can host conventions, circuses and inaugural balls as well as concerts, expos, sporting events, trade shows and much more. The Armory can be adapted to audiences of varying sizes from 10 to 10,000 people and its interior features nearly 70,000 square feet of exhibition space. The Armory is the home of the DC National Guard and administered by the Washington Convention and Sports Authority