Tickets go on sale on TIcketmaster on Wednesday November 25th for DJ David Guetta’s show at the Commodore on December 30th. I’m going to guess (emphasis: guess) that tickets will almost be $100 considering David’s Guetta new DJ Mag status as #3 DJ, the cost of renting out the Commodore, and Ticketmaster charges…..
DJ Tiesto, the #2 DJ in the world (but arguably the best known) is having an in-store performance and autograph session at HMV Robson before his concert on Saturday November 14 from 5pm to 7pm. Wristband policy in effect on a first come first served basis, and will be handed out at 11:00am that morning. Autographs are not guaranteed due to time restrictions.
I don’t know if this is such a good idea to jam hundreds and hundreds of Tiesto fans into an HMV store. If PNE (where Tiesto is playing later that night) can fit 10,000+ concert goers who paid $100+ for their ticket, a free concert at an in-store venue is going to cause massive chaos at HMV…….This reminds me of when Deadmau5 played a free concert at the Santa Monica Apple Store and caused such an overwhelming response that the police had to shut down his show.
“Baby get shaky after school….” does that sound familiar to you? So go the lyrics of DJ Ian Carey‘s most well-known track, Get Shaky and he’s coming to Vancouver on Thursday November 19th, in collaboration with Zed Denim.
Caprice Nightclub will be transformed into a Hollywood / Las Vegas style party. “Complete with a red carpet, photographers, custom decor, exclusive VIP areas, beautiful models, hostesses and classy go-go dancers. It will definitely be a place and night for the exclusive elites of the industry and party go’ers to see and be seen.” Get your tickets now from Clubzone for only $20 (earlybird).
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Do you like electronic music? Trance, progressive house, and electro house – Believe on Saturday nights at Redroom has it all! The electronic scene in Vancouver is relatively small, but Believe at The Redroom (398 Richards Street) is filled with a crowd who enjoy and appreciate this music genre. The venue has a great layout with its open dance floor and a second backroom, but overall, it’s a little bit grungy and in need of some major upgrades and renovations. The beloved back corridor, with its black walls and neon space scene makes it a popular picture taking location. I remember when I first went to Redroom, I felt like I was in a maze with back corridors and passages and steps leading up, down and around the DJ booth. (There’s also a third secret room hidden in the wall, but I won’t get into that right now…) It keeps things interesting. I also like how there are separate entrances and exits to avoid crowding. Cover is $15 but there are a ton of “black cards” and VIP passes floating around so if you can get your hands on a couple of those, it’ll save you a ton of cash. Nonetheless, when party-goers congregate at a club solely for the music, nothing else matters. If you’re designated driver for the night, there is a parking lot just around the corner (on West Cordova and Richards) where you can park for $2 for four hours at night!!