AfterTraxx at Thunder Studios
Photo Courtesy of AfterTraxx

After bringing some shock and awe back for their debut back in August, the AfterTraxx team is returning to Thunder Studios in full force! 


If you didn’t attend the first edition of AfterTraxx after they made their home at the Thunder Studios then you definitely missed out. Full of underground sounds and unreal vibes that really left a lasting impression on everyone who attended, it quickly became one of our favorite parties that we attended this year. Don’t fret if you missed out on AfterTraxx 001 though, as the event is returning for another edition before the end of the year. Mark your calendars for December 8, because that’s when you’ll be able to get your fix of deep, dark, minimal beats in Long Beach.

Wondering who will be playing at AfterTraxx 002? The lineup this time around is packed with some quality artists that will be keeping the crowd dancing deep into the night. No Requests will be joining D.ZeledonBobby Lava, and Blk Fleece. The event will also see return performances from Mark Lizaola and Mary Droppinz!

Related: Check out our recap of the debut of AfterTraxx at Thunder Studios back in August for the full rundown of how awesome this night truly was!

Don’t sleep on this epic party from the AfterTraxx crew and grab your tickets today via TicketFairy. Early Bird tickets are already sold out so make sure to lock yours in quickly. A VIP option is also available for those who want access to the open bar on site!

Get a taste of the vibe at AfterTraxx with this teaser video on Facebook:


AfterTraxx 002 at Thunder Studios – Essential Info:

Date: December 8, 2019
Ages: Strictly 21+
Hours: 9:30pm – 4:30am
Venue Address: Thunder Studios – 20434 S Santa Fe Ave. Long Beach, CA 90810
Tickets: PURCHASE HERE
Facebook Event Page: RSVP HERE

AfterTraxx 002 Lineup

Will you be heading to Thunder Studios for this night of underground sounds? Let us know in the comments!


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