Win a Pair of Tickets to Minimal Effort: NYE 2018!

Minimal Effort All Hallow's Eve 2018
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Want a great way to close out 2018 and enter the new year in Los Angeles? Look no further than Minimal Effort: New Year’s Eve! 

If you’ve been getting down to the sounds of the underground this year then there is no better way to close things out in the City of Angels than with the Minimal Effort crew. Hosted at The Belasco in Downtown Los Angeles on December 31, this year’s edition of Minimal Effort: New Year’s Eve will be bringing you into 2019 with eight hours of beats.

Known for their highly curated house and techno lineups, this edition of Minimal Effort: New Year’s Eve is set to be one of the best yet. Dropping the first phase of artist announcements back in November, the list of artists who will be transporting you to 2019 are some of the best in the scene today.

Related: Check out Sydney’s review of Minimal Effort: NYE 2018 for a taste of the action!

Notable names like Sasha and Skream stick out instantly, but Dirtybird’s Justin Jay and Will Clarke will also be moving crowds throughout the night. Of course, you can’t ignore some of the brightest artists that are quickly rising through the ranks like Layton Giordani, option4, and VNSSA, all of whom will be bringing some serious heat from start to finish.

Tickets for Minimal Effort: New Year’s Eve are available now via Eventbrite. Grab them today to lock in your plans or enter our contest below for your chance to win a pair! 

Want to celebrate the new year in style in LA? Enter to win a pair of tickets!

Win a Pair of Tickets to Minimal Effort: NYE 2018!

Event Information:

Date: December 31, 2018
Ages: 21+
Hours: 8pm – 4am
Venue Address: The Belasco – 1050 S Hill St, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Tickets: Purchase HERE
Facebook Event Page: RSVP HERE


Minimal Effort New Year's Eve 2018 Phase 1 Lineup

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