Steve Angello Lush! Easter Monday 2nd April JOIN to WIN! in Portrush at Lush! Official on Monday, April 2nd, 2018

Steve Angello Lush! Easter Monday 2nd April JOIN to WIN! in Portrush at Lush! Official on Monday, April 2nd, 2018

Easter Monday 2nd April
Steve Angello
Junior J
+ Support Tbc over 2 rooms.
Doors: 9pm-2am

£25 early bird tickets on sale Tuesday 30th Jan(sold out)
£30 general release tickets on sale Wednesday 31st Jan

KellysPortrush.com/tickets

Steve Angello is one of the most successful electronic musicians in history, a multi platinum-selling artist and a live performer who routinely plays for crowds the size of a small city. Born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden, he became inspired to make dance music as a teenager after hearing Daft Punk’s Homework. He began releasing music alongside his childhood friend Sebastian Ingrosso in 2001, had his first breakthrough hit as a solo artist with his electro-tinged 2005 remix of the Eurythmics’s “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This),” and broke the UK Top 10 with “Tell Me Why,” his 2006 collaboration with fellow DJ/producer Axwell released under the name Supermode.

After establishing his reputation as a formidable figure on the dance music scene, Angello teamed up with Ingrosso and Axwell to form the supergroup Swedish House Mafia. Together the trio released six platinum singles, including the massive “Don’t You Worry Child,” which achieved platinum status in nine countries, as well as two hit album-length compilations. Over the course of their collaboration they earned two GRAMMY nominations, became the first dance music group to headline Madison Square Garden, and released a concert film from their international farewell tour called Leave the World Behind that topped the iTunes charts in 34 countries.

The trio rode the crest of the dance music wave that’s swept the globe, but when Angello reached the very top he decided that he was willing to put it all on the line in order to take a new path as an artist and make the album he’d been dreaming of. So Angello left Swedish House Mafia and signed a lucrative major label contract as a solo artist that reflected the level of crossover pop success he’d achieved. The problem was that he didn’t want to make pop crossover records anymore, so rather than making compromises to meet someone else’s expectations, he cut the label a check and bought himself out of the contract so he could release Wild Youth through his own Size Records.

Wild Youth topped the iTunes charts in 41 countries and was accompanied by an art and technology exhibit during New York Fashion Week in NYC. In addition to art and music, Angello also received the 2016 MTV Chiuku Humanitarian Award for his considerable contributions in the social good and non-profit space.

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Event
Steve Angello Lush! Easter Monday 2nd April JOIN to WIN! in Portrush at Lush! Official on Monday, April 2nd, 2018
Location
Lush! Official, Kellys Complex, Bushmills Rd,Portrush,-BT56 8JQ
Starting on
2018-04-02
Ending on
2018-04-03
Description
Easter Monday 2nd April Steve Angello Junior J + Support Tbc over 2 rooms. Doors: 9pm-2am £25 early bird tickets on sale Tuesday 30th Jan(sold out) £30 general release tickets on sale Wednesday 31st Jan KellysPortrush.com/tickets Steve Angello is one of the most successful electronic musicians in history, a multi platinum-selling artist and a live performer who routinely plays for crowds the size of a small city. Born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden, he became inspired to make dance music as a teenager after hearing Daft Punk’s Homework. He began releasing music alongside his childhood friend Sebastian Ingrosso in 2001, had his first breakthrough hit as a solo artist with his electro-tinged 2005 remix of the Eurythmics’s “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This),” and broke the UK Top 10 with “Tell Me Why,” his 2006 collaboration with fellow DJ/producer Axwell released under the name Supermode. After establishing his reputation as a formidable figure on the dance music scene, Angello teamed up with Ingrosso and Axwell to form the supergroup Swedish House Mafia. Together the trio released six platinum singles, including the massive “Don’t You Worry Child,” which achieved platinum status in nine countries, as well as two hit album-length compilations. Over the course of their collaboration they earned two GRAMMY nominations, became the first dance music group to headline Madison Square Garden, and released a concert film from their international farewell tour called Leave the World Behind that topped the iTunes charts in 34 countries. The trio rode the crest of the dance music wave that’s swept the globe, but when Angello reached the very top he decided that he was willing to put it all on the line in order to take a new path as an artist and make the album he’d been dreaming of. So Angello left Swedish House Mafia and signed a lucrative major label contract as a solo artist that reflected the level of crossover pop success he’d achieved. The problem was that he didn’t want to make pop crossover records anymore, so rather than making compromises to meet someone else’s expectations, he cut the label a check and bought himself out of the contract so he could release Wild Youth through his own Size Records. Wild Youth topped the iTunes charts in 41 countries and was accompanied by an art and technology exhibit during New York Fashion Week in NYC. In addition to art and music, Angello also received the 2016 MTV Chiuku Humanitarian Award for his considerable contributions in the social good and non-profit space.
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