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Pacha New York: 8-Year Anniversary

International superstar Dirty South will headline; December acts include Benny Benassi, Cosmic Gate, Danny Avila, Fedde le Grand, Feed Me, Knife Party, Mat Zo, Pete Tong, Quintino, Reboot, Thomas Gold & more

Pacha New York
18 West 46th street
New York, NY

Tickets available at www.pachanyc.com

VIP Tables & More Info 212.209.7500

Eight years of super-DJs and epic bass, nitrogen blasts and twin cherries, celebrity drop-ins and bodacious shower girls. Of sing-a-longs, snare builds, hands-in-the-air drops, baby powder spins. Eight years full of some of the greatest nightlife moments New York City has ever seen. How does one of the planet’s top nightclubs mark such an auspicious occasion? With a month of unforgettable, need-to-be-there, best-parties-of-your-life!

Pacha New York proudly presents The Eight-Year Anniversary: A celebration of where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re going – all alongside our faithful patrons and dedicated fans of electronic music. “We are planning on our biggest anniversary party yet!” says Pacha New York’s president, Eddie Dean. “We have extended our lease through 2021, and are looking forward to kicking off our next eight years in a big way!”

Representing everything from trance to big-room house, from classic grooves to the most popular dance music in the world, the diverse line-up brings some of the world’s top DJ talent to the Pacha booth for very special sets. On Saturday, December 7th they ring in 8 Years with superstar DJ/producer and fave of the Pacha-massive, Dirty South. With moody, filthy big-room anthems like “City of Dreams” and “Rift,”the Australian DJ/Producer sounds like a native New Yorker to us. Ultra Music head honcho David Waxman opens the night, along with DJ Kai Song, the youngest DJ to ever grace the Pacha NY booth at just 9 years old.

The star-studded month includes Benny Benassi, Cosmic Gate, Danny Avila, Fedde le Grand, Feed Me, Knife Party, Mat Zo, Pete Tong, Quintino, Reboot and Thomas Gold. “There’s something for everyone” remarks Pacha’s promotional director, Rob Fernandez. “Pacha’s celebrating our eighth anniversary with the best lineup out of any club in America!”

A portion of the proceeds from each show will be donated to Lifebeat, Music Fights HIV/AIDS. “Over 1,000 people ages 13-24 are infected with HIV every month, and over half of them are unaware they are HIV-positive.” says Eddie Dean. “Pacha has partnered with Lifebeat in the hopes that we will raise awareness about this issue and will hopefully get one step closer to finding a cure.”

 

Thursday December 5: Marco V

One of the original Dutch trance masters, Marco V hits Pacha for a special Thursday night event.

Friday December 6: Quintino with Connor Cruise

Quintino is honing his craft, and making his name as a purveyor of undeniably danceable Dutch house bombs. Tonight he’s joined by Connor Cruise

Saturday December 7: Pacha’s Eight-Year Anniversary with Dirty South

Eight years of super-DJs and epic bass, nitrogen blasts and twin cherries, celebrity drop-ins and bodacious shower girls. Of sing-a-longs, snare builds, hands-in-the-air drops, baby powder spins. Tonight, we’re raising our glass to toast to eight more years! Superstar DJ/Producer Dirty South spins, with Peter Bailey late night.

Friday December 13: Cosmic Gate

Children of trance, this one’s for you!

Saturday December 14: Pete Tong with Reboot

The pair of legends-in-the-making bring their keen ears and privileged music collections to Pacha for a one-night-only dance-fest you can’t miss.

Friday December 20: Mat Zo with Treasurefingers

Mat Zo is bringing his Damage Control Tour to New York, in support of his new album – three years in the making! – out now on Anjunabeats.

Saturday December 21: Benny Benassi

Tonight, resident Benny Benassi – the master of funky-weird-electro-cacophony – returns to the Pacha New York booth. Late night with D Berrie.

Thursday December 26: Fedde le Grand

Fedde le Grand showed us ‘So Much Love’ during his stop here on the Road To Ultra tour in March, and we’re thrilled to have him back!

Friday December 27: Danny Avila

At the grand old age of 18, Danny Avila has become one of the hottest acts in the world of EDM, based on his searing ability to demolish the world’s most prestigious dance floors.

Saturday December 28: Pacha U18 presents Hardwell (ages 14-18)

With a reputation for creating a clubbing environment that is second to none, Pacha, the world’s leading dance music authority, is proud to present Pacha U18: New York’s first 18 & under electronic dance music series. PACHA U18 will redefine the expectations for young adult entertainment by bringing them the same top-quality venue, talent and overall experience for which Pacha is renowned. Tonight, DJ Mag’s #1 DJ, Hardwell, takes the booth.

Saturday December 28: Feed Me

Part of the same loveable rodent fraternity as Wolfgang Gartner and Skrillex (they’re all on deadmau5’s mau5trap label), British import Feed Me takes the decks at Pacha tonight. Late night with Green Velvet.

Sunday December 29: Knife Party

Tonight, flatware hits the dance floor with the possibly brilliant, definitely twisted boys of Knife Party.

Tuesday December 31: New Years Eve with Thomas Gold

If you are one of the many millions still deciding what to do when the clock strikes midnight on January 1st, where to go, how to celebrate and of course more importantly ‘who with’…then pause for a second and consider this: You, your friends…and THOMAS GOLD, playing an intimate set in the heart of New York City!

About Pacha New York

PACHA NEW YORK is the much-lauded North American outpost of the fabled Pacha nightlife brand. Since opened by co-owners Eddie Dean and Erick Morillo in 2005, the four-level club has become THE place for any visiting DJ worth his salt to play in the Big Apple. With visits from David Guetta, Avicii, and Skrillex, Pacha is dance music’s home in NYC.

 

About RPM

RPM is the world’s premier dance music focused marketing and management group; founded and operated by Pacha NYC owner Eddie Dean and promotional director Rob Fernandez. In the last year alone, their team has produced over 200 events in and around New York City, including shows at Governors Island and Electric Daisy Carnival at Citi Field.

 

About Lifebeat

Lifebeat, Music Fights HIV/AIDS, founded in 1992, is the leading national nonprofit dedicated to educating America’s youth (13-29) about HIV/AIDS prevention. Lifebeat mobilizes the talents and resources of the music industry to deliver HIV/AIDS and STDs awareness messages through broadcast, print, social and digital media, and distributes educational literature and condoms at concert venues, music festivals, clubs and other events. Lifebeat also provides quality of life services and support, such as musical performances, for people living with HIV/AIDS and their families.