The Mau5querade Ball New Years Eve (NYE) 2011 at the Shaw Conference Centre

by Glenn on December 16, 2010 · 0 comments

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The Mau5querade Ball New Years Eve NYE 2011

EVENT: The Mau5querade Ball NYE 2011
LOCATION: Shaw Conference Centre
WHEN: December 31, 2010 8pm to 6am
LIMITED EARLYBIRD: $72
ADVANCED BATCH 1: $82
ADVANCED BATCH 2: $92
AFTER: $102
LIMITED VIP: $122

The largest masquerade ball In North America… Featuring the world’s top electronic artists & performers. Countdown to 2011 with over 5000 Par-Tiers and the biggest dance icon in the world: Deadmau5!

Featuring:

Deadmau5

In this world of ever evolving genres, sounds and trends, the word phenomenon is rarely if ever used, unless of course you are the hottest talent in the world of electronic music and your name is Deadmau5.

His sound transcends various genres of music, flirting with techno and minimal whilst hinting at tech house, trance and electro, and a glance at the names supporting his unique sound proves testament to this fact. Sasha, John Digweed, Tiesto, Carl Cox, Dubfire, Eric Prydz, David Guetta, Sander Kleinenberg, Erick Morillo, Laurent Garnier – the list goes on and on.

Showtek

“Busy, hectic, phenomenal, like a roller coaster, so amazing!” These are just some of the words that high-flying Dutch hardstyle duo Showtek aka brothers Wouter and Sjoerd Janssen use to describe 2010. Performing in the US, Canada, South Africa and Australia as well as their usual dates across Europe, they also cite Asia and particularly South Korea as the place that got switched onto the Showtek sound this year.

Skrillex

Sonny John Moore, also known as Skrillex, is an electronic musician from Los Angeles, California, well known for his role as the former frontman for the post-hardcore band From First to Last.

A multi-talented DJ and artist, Skrillex has made waves with his extraordinary remixes for Lady Gaga, Black Eyed Peas, Perry Farrell, La Roux, and HORSE the band, as well as with his own idiosyncratic blend of dubstep, electro-house, and whatever else catches his fancy.

Hailed by ARTISTdirect for a sound “somewhere between the glitch-psychosis of Squarepusher and the catchier than hell dance of Daft Punk,”

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