Return to the land of Pure Trance with six hours of Solarstone on Saturday, February 2 and Avalon Hollywood!

Solarstone‘s last foray into the City of Angels came only six months ago, and he is ready to return to the location of his last visit: Avalon Hollywood. When last we saw Richard Mowatt, he rocked the region during Dreamstate SoCal 2018 with a day one set many adored. On Saturday, February 2, Solarstone will return once again to the historic Avalon Hollywood without a supporting cast, delivering six full hours of the purest musical journey out there in an open-to-close set that is not to be missed.

If you expect to hear just six hours of pure trance, though you might be disappointed; Richard Mowatt’s musical prowess provides a canvas much greater than one genre can contain.  If you are ready for a musical journey, however, experiencing the nuanced approach of an open-to-close set from Solarstone is a pleasure.

Solarstone’s ability to take fans on a journey is one of the greatest joys of the dance floor, so expect a mix of all genres – tech-filled deep progressive vibes mixed with splendid melodies laid over everything from break-beats to uplifting trance energy storms. The journey is a thrill, and you will get to hear so much more from this producer and DJ with over twenty years of experience in the trance genre.

Tickets for Solarstone Open to Close at Avalon Hollywood are on sale now, so snag yours now or try your luck in our contest below!

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Solarstone at Avalon Hollywood – Essential Info:

Date: February 2, 2019
Ages: 21+
Hours: 10 PM – 6 AM
Venue Address: Avalon Hollywood – 1735 Vine St, Los Angeles, California 90028
Tickets: Purchase HERE
Facebook Event Page: RSVP HERE


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MyStro's been embedded for years in dance music industry - finding the passion during the early years of the internet when in 6th grade. Since the passion began, he's done a bit of everything - DJed in Ibiza, promoted and thrown his own parties, VJed, created promotional material, worked A&R for labels, and of course, wrote for blogs. Now he is here with EDM Identity, ready to make waves with his honest and unique perspective honed through years of varied experiences in the industry.

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