Steve Aoki

Indianapolis is ready to get their ‘cake on’ with Steve Aoki and friends at The Pavilion during his KOLONY Tour, and you shouldn’t miss it!


Legendary house-music sensation Steve Aoki is coming to The Pavilion at Indianapolis, and getting caked is only one reason you should go. This world-wide electronic music sensation has made concerts more than just a music experience by interacting with the crowd and ensuring that each show is unforgettable for everyone. Now, he’s taking his KOLONY Tour to Indianapolis on February 20 for a night many will surely remember.

Whether you’re the lucky candidate on shoulders getting caked, or the one standing towards the back for some extra dancing room, Steve Aoki will make sure his beats will leave you feeling “Boneless“. Having caught Steve Aoki once before in San Diego, it was by far one of the most entertaining and energetic concerts you can attend, and his sets bring a lot of diversity along with them as well.

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, it did. Steve Aoki is also welcoming special guests Desiigner, Grandtheft, Deorro, Bad Royale, and Bok Nero to his show in Indianapolis. Not only have artists like Grandtheft and Deorro been rising in monumental fashion, but hip-hop fans will also be able to get their fix over the course of the night with Desiigner as well!

Grab your ticket via Eventbrite while they’re still on sale!

Will you be catching Steve Aoki’s KOLONY North American Tour in Indianapolis or a city near you? Let us know in the comments!


Steve Aoki at The Pavilion Essential Info:

Date: February 20, 2018
Ages: 18+
Hours: 7 PM – 12 AM
Venue Address: 
Pavilion – 201 S. Capitol Ave Indianapolis, IN 46225
Tickets: 
Purchase HERE
Facebook Event Page: 
RSVP HERE


Steve Aoki KOLONY North American Tour – Dates and Locations:

Steve Aoki Kolony Tour 2018


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Whitney is a nineteen-year-old and who is fortunate enough to attend her dream school, Indiana University, where she will be a sophomore this upcoming fall. She was born in Redwood City (San Francisco), California, but grew up in San Diego. Whitney has many interests including music, photography, videography, graphic design and the power of interaction. Her first EDM concert was Hardwell in San Diego and first music festival was Hard Summer 2014. Whitney found so much joy and energy at both of those events that she immediately knew she wanted to be involved in that industry as soon as possible. The deeper love she has for the music was not found at one specific event, but rather it continues to be found at every one of them. Whitney is extroverted, adventurous, and loves to be around people who share the same passion for this music and the energy that comes with it. Now writing for EDM Identity, she wants to help people understand her endless love and passion for the electronic music scene.

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