Event Preview: FTAMPA & Kat Face Party @ Slake [9.19.14]

September 18, 2014 -

Ashlyn Fulton

If you're like me and want MORE, than this Friday's line up at Slake is just what you're looking for. Not one, but TWO different parties will be happening, so pick your poison on an hourly, even minute by minute, basis. In room number one (Performance Hall) we've got FTAMPA, bringing some fresh electro beats straight from his home country, Brazil. With tracks hitting top 10 on Beatport, features on Hardwell On Air and Martin Garrix @ BBC Radio 1, you've got quite a show to look forward with this one. Below, you can check out his newest release with HIFI, Push, a wobbly Electro House banger that will have you bumping up and down.

And in room number two (The Chandelier Room) we've got a party unlike any that Slake has hosted before, the Kat Face Party- Black Light Edition. Come with your best Kat Face and get ready to party to the massive sounds of Choppa Dunks and G-Buck, with support from Star Falcon, Hiyawatha, Jergo, and resident Cameron Kush.


Purchase advance tickets here for just $10

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