Insomniac Presents deadmau5 Warehouse Takeover in Los Angeles April 2017
Update: Tickets for this show are now sold out.
Headliners, the mau5 is back! We’re excited to welcome the one and only deadmau5 to the Insomniac stage once again. On Saturday, April 29, deadmau5 is going from the big stage to an intimate setting as he takes over the infamous Naud St. warehouse space in Downtown Los Angeles for a momentous set alongside rising techno star ANNA and Monstergetdown, a budding producer who’s released on deadmau5’s influential mau5trap imprint. This event marks the first time deadmau5 has performed at an Insomniac event in five years.
Celebrated worldwide for his unrivaled progressive style and state-of-the-art, large-scale productions, deadmau5 will showcase his diverse repertoire with a special performance inside the minimal yet powerful warehouse space. Following countless creative projects in the music and technology realms, deadmau5 continues to break records and set standards, establishing the masked musician as an integral hallmark in the deep-rooted culture of dance music.
As one of the world’s most respected electronic music producers in modern times, deadmau5 boasts a notable collection of accomplishments. He’s achieved international chart success with his platinum-certified single “Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff,” as well as “Professional Griefers,” “Sofi Needs a Ladder” and “I Remember” with Kaskade. He has released six critically acclaimed albums: his latest, W:/2016ALBUM/ and Album Title Goes Here, both reaching #1 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Chart; 4×4=12, which has sold more than 1 million copies in the US; plus For Lack of a Better Name, Random Album Title, and while(1<2). He’s also received an impressive six Grammy Award nominations and has won multiple JUNO Awards, the highest artistic recognition in his native Canada.
Heads up: Tickets for this show are expected to sell out quickly, so make sure to grab your passes early.
The sold-out deadmau5 takeover takes place Saturday, April 29, at the Naud St. warehouse space in Downtown Los Angeles. For more information, visit the official event page.
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