29 Jan 2014, by RyanEmmen
starts on 31 Jan 2014,
ends on 9 Feb 2014
Pacha New York, New York, NY
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Martin Garrix may not be a superhero or a secret agent, but he does possess two identities.
A 17-year-old student by day, but when the sun goes down he can be found behind the decks in front of packed hotspots and festivals across the globe, fraternizing with electronic dance music royalty, tirelessly producing in the studio, and dropping records. January 31 his #WEAREANIMALS tour through North America will finally start!
You probably know him for his monster hit ‘Animals’, that reached the #1 position in several countries worldwide including Holland, Belgium and England, as well as Top 5 in Australia, France, Spain, and Germany.
Following up the success of "Animals", his remix of Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike and Sander van Doorn’s "Project T" got supported by the biggest DJs around, after which his track ‘Wizard’ with Jay Hardway ascended #1 on Beatport, making it the youngest artists ever to reach the top spot on Beatport.com’s Main Chart.
“I want to show everyone that if you pursue your dreams, they can come true no matter what. That's what I want to do."
Martin Garrix may just be a superhero after all.
Jan 31 Pacha, New York, NY
Feb 01 The Mid, Chicago, IL
Feb 02 Hakkasan, Las Vegas, NV
Feb 05 Royale, Boston, MA
Feb 08 LIV Nightclub, Miami Beach, FL
Feb 09 HQ Nightclub, Atlantich City, NJ
Martin Garrix #WeAreAnimals US tour upcoming events:
in the spotlight
Jan 5, 2019
Jorinde Keesmaat and Asko|Schönberg Ensemble will perform on January 5 and 7 as part of the annual FERUS Festival at National Sawdust
Nov 3, 2018
Rosa de Jong will be part of a group exhibition displaying miniatures until January 27 at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT
Dec 7, 2018
The contemporary dance performance with Dutch EDM influences by Thijs de Vlieger and Bart Hess's costume design will premiere during Miami Art Week 2018 on Dec 7&8 and then travel to New York on Dec 14&15
Dec 4, 2018
A comprehensive overview of all of the Dutch features at Miami Art Week 2018