1150 W Harrison St | Chicago
6pm – 12am
17 + to enter | 21 + to drink
21 + Afterparty at Vision ‘til 5am
Tickets on sale NOW at Tiesto.com
Friday 8/20 at Ticketmaster.com
Attention Tiesto fans…
We know that there’s a lot of you out there!
That being said, a whole bunch of you will be assembled together for what is destined to be the largest Tiesto concert event that Chicago has yet seen.
The world’s most popular DJ is back and bigger than ever, and we’re upping the venue size and concert production to prove it. Come party with almost 10,000 fellow Tiesto fans and be witness to what can simply be described as a massive party under one unified vibe.
In case you haven’t been filled in on what Tiesto has accomplished lately:
If it’s Wednesday it must be Latvia. Tonight Tiësto plays to 15,000 dance enthusiasts and music fans in the Baltic State. Already this week the legendary Dutch DJ has wowed the Balearic masses at his summer-long Monday residency at Privilege. Tomorrow he’s off to Italy. The day after, Greece.
This is very much business as usual for Tiësto, the ultra-busy DJ who turned the playing of trance music into an art form and whose achievements are unsurpassed.
Inspired by the likes of U2, he invested heavily in the live aspect of his sets, employing his own sound, light and visual crews, creating arena-friendly dance music spectaculars. In 1997 he formed his own label, Black Hole Recordings, to release both the records he made himself and ones made by like-minded electronica visionaries. He has been nominated for a Grammy, had worldwide hit singles (his remix of Delerium’s Silence featuring Sarah McLachlan; Dance4Life featuring Faithless’s Maxi Jazz), performed at the opening ceremony of the Athens Olympics with music he composed especially for the occasion, wowed the rock festival crowds at Coachella, and remixed the likes of The Killers, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Bloc Party. He is, in short, the biggest DJ in the world.
“Because people care,’ is Tiësto’s response when asked to account for his huge success, ‘and they see that I care. I’m very honest in what I do. It’s not an act or a gimmick. It’s pure, it’s emotion.