3LAU to Drop the Beat at Tuxedo Junction in February

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Eric LaRocca

Staff Writer

Listen up, music lovers! Local fans of EDM can rejoice as one of the most invigorating artists currently operating on the electronic dance music landscape, 3LAU, is scheduled to perform at Tuxedo Junction on Sat, Feb. 27.

3LAU is bringing his “Charged Up” music spectacle to the local venue with supporting guests, Randy Boyer and Narga. According to the venue’s website, “Charged up combines some of the most advanced production and sound design with thrilling performance art and world renowned music artists. This event series aims to echo the importance of creativity, concept, and a great crowd. We believe the crowd is as important as the headlining act.” (http://www.thetuxedojunction.com/event/3lau_danbury/#sthash.CBZymSpa.dpuf)

3LAU is no stranger to the celebrated Danbury music venue. He performed there last in 2014 to a sold-out crowd.

For those unfamiliar with 3LAU, he’s a producer responsible for some of the most infectious beats on the progressive house and electronic dance music scene. His most recent collaboration with up-and-coming singer Bright Lights, “Runway,” is a dark and brooding electronic confection with a sumptuous hook that has “ear worm” written all over it.

A seasoned performer, 3LAU has appeared at some of the biggest electronic dance festivals across the world. Most notably, Electric Zoo and EDC Vegas.

Tickets are now on sale! Early bird tickets are $25. General admission is $30 – $35. Go to thetuxedojunction.com to get your tickets before they’re sold out.



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