Markus Schulz Avalon Hollywood NYE 2017
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Markus Schulz returns to Avalon Hollywood on New Year’s Eve with an Open to Close set to usher in 2018!

It’s time once again to celebrate New Year’s Eve at one of the best nightclubs in Los Angeles, Avalon Hollywood. Markus Schulz will be performing his signature Open to Close set on December 31, making this an evening you won’t want to miss out on.

Markus Schulz has had an amazing year with his deeply personal Dakota alias. The new album, The Nine Skies, comes out shortly, which brings along with it a ton of new material we’re looking forward to hearing. Get a preview of his set by watching or listening to his performance at Transmission Prague.

In addition to his new material, you won’t want to miss the famous Rabbit Hole portion of his set. We’ll go through the darker sides of electronic music with progressive and techno sounds when it starts to get late. There is a reason why Markus Schulz is labeled the unicorn slayer, and it’s because he avoids the upbeat, light melodies that traditional trance uses.

Doors open at 10PM, but you’ll want to arrive early to secure your spot on the dance floor.

Markus Schulz played for more than 12 hours during his New Year’s Eve set last year, so make sure you’re hydrated and in comfortable shoes to dance from dusk until dawn! This show will sell out, so make sure to get your General Admission tickets starting at $70, or upgrade to VIP for expedited entry and an open bar with your favorite alcoholic drinks and Red Bull. Table reservations are also available.

Celebrate New Year’s Eve with us at Avalon Hollywood!

NYE – Markus Schulz – Open to Close @ Avalon Hollywood – Event Information:

Date: Sunday, December 31, 2017
Ages: 21+
Hours: 10PM – 8AM
Venue Address: Avalon Hollywood – 1735 Vine St, Los Angeles, California 90028
Tickets: HERE
Facebook Event Page: HERE

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Music is an integral part of Drew’s life, whether it’s listening to trance or house while working or at a festival. He’s always out to discover new and exciting sounds. When video games RollerCoaster Tycoon and Unreal Tournament were the hot new games, one of his friends that he knew through the community forums introduced him to trance on Digitally Imported and he soon fell in love with trance, happy hardcore, hardstyle and other fast BPM (beats per minute) genres.

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