Life in Color with Sebastian Ingrosso, Krewella, Dyro, & TJR
(Tickets Available for Sale until Saturday Dec. 28th 4:00PM)
Video Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLcwkCdG_C4
Life in Color (formerly Dayglow) presents a one of a kind experience featuring Sebastian Ingrosso, Krewella, Dyro & TJR at Bader Field, Atlantic City, in the world’s largest heated outdoor tent. On Saturday December 28th, join us for a night of high energy, music, art, dance, aerial acts, stilt walkers, contortionists, fire shows, and high powered paint cannons.
Last year, Life in Color made its debut at Atlantic CIty’s Bader Field with headliners - Steve Aoki, Tommy Trash, and Adventure Club. It was LIC’s biggest production ever which included 10 foot LED robots, massive paint explosions, custom costumes and a whole lot more.
Life in Color 2012 After Movie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJuyeFfl_1c
This year boasts groundbreaking production and insane lineup which will blow last year away. LIFE IN COLOR Atlantic City is not to be missed.
This house music heavyweight has already conquered the world as one third of the Swedish House Mafia and has established himself as a powerful solo artist with his hit track with Alesso “Calling” and his latest release “Reload” made in collaboration with Tommy Trash. Not only does Sebastian Ingrosso head his own Refune Records label, which has launched the careers of Alesso and Otto Knows, he is a rare musician who understands the world of melodies just as much as he understands the power of the kick drum. Simply put, his live sets are edgy with an emotional side. As Ingrosso himself describes it: “Everybody loves a great kick drum and a killer bassline but people also want to hear piano stabs! Plus, vocals..but not cheesy vocals - they have to be real..Melodies and memories are made of this.”
Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso “Calling”
Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash “Reload”
Krewella burst onto the national stage with their debut video “Killin’ It” in early 2012, racking up Facebook likes and spreading virally around the globe via social media. Fans swoon over Krewella’s unique brand of infused electronic music embodying a range of EDM subgenres including dubstep, progressive house, and moombahton, paired with the vocals of 2 singers in the group. Their unique and signature sound begins with sweet melodies that later fall into a hard hitting bass drop, before being offset with their infectiously catchy female vocals. Krewella is one of EDM’s most exciting new artists and their recent jump in popularity was so enormous that the demand forced them to quickly change touring plans from small clubs to major festivals. Their hit tracks 'Alive' and 'Live For the Night' and numerous sold out shows around the world have been securing them as a force to be reckoned with and a spot in the top of the game.
Krewella “Live For The Night”
After his first release on Hardwell’s Revealed Record label, this Dutch producer has taken the globe by storm. He debuted on the Top 100 DJ list as the youngest ‘Highest New Entry’ and his first track in collaboration with Hardwell “Never Say Goodbye” hit the number 1 spot on Beatport. Since then, he’s played some of the biggest shows and festivals around the world. Dyro’s latest track “Go Down” is a mixture of big room electro with a divine melody and a sure to be future classic. His success so early in the game has transformed him from “artist to watch” to a high in demand DJ with a bright future ahead of him.
Dyro “Go Down” - https://soundcloud.com/dyromusic/dyro-go-down-original-mix-download
What makes TJR's live sets special is his capacity for diversity, blending together a plethora of energy and different genres into his main room sound. Competing and winning DJ battles was the main influence behind this style that involves creative mixing and impromptu scratching. TJR has performed throughout the United States and Canada, and has amassed an impressive event resume. This artist already has a slew of hit originals after branching out from his acid house and techno roots 5 years ago. TJR’s experimentation with new sounds like melbourne bounce and bouncy electro has proven successful and is establishing him as one of the pioneers and major players in this genre.
TJR “Ode To Oi” - https://soundcloud.com/tjr/tjr-ode-to-oi-original
Sheraton Convention Center - $139
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Trump Taj Mahal - $269
Where is Bader Field?
Bader Field is a former airfield located on the Intracoastal
Waterway close to the Atlantic City Resort Area. The Physical address is 501 N.
Albany Avenue Atlantic City, NJ 08401
Where is the Nearest Train Station?
NJ Transit Atlantic City Rail Terminal: 2 miles Located in :
Atlantic City Convention Center, 1 Atlantic City Expressway, Atlantic City, NJ
Amtrak: 2 miles located in: 1 Atlantic City Expressway, New Jersey Transit Station, Atlantic City, NJ 08401
Where is the Nearest Airport?
Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) 5 miles 101 Atlantic City Intl Airport, Egg Harbor Twp, NJ 08234
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL): 56 miles 8000 Essington Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19153
Where is nearest bus station?
NJ transit Atlantic City Bus Terminal : 1 mile 1995 Atlantic Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ 08401. Phone Number:: 609.345.6617
How do I walk there?
From all hotels along the Boardwalk, head south towards Cap
May. Walk to Albany Avenue, turn right up Albany Avenue, follow signs and then
its 4 blocks to the main gates.
Can I park there?
Onsite parking is limited and is $30 per car. You may add these to your ticket request as part of your order but they are subject to availability.
Bus/Train: NJ Transit