Toronto Knife Party Fans Lash Out at Questionably Short Performance

January 25, 2015 -

Daily Beat Staff

Toronto has been in an uproar over the last couple weeks leading up to the closure of The Guvernment. Marathon and sentimental sets performed by some of the nightlife communities leading acts have paid tribute to the storied venue. Pendulum have had a storied past at both The Guvernment and Kool Haus, so it was no question as to why Knife Party had been added to the wrap-up festivities.

Last night Knife Party graced The Guvernment main room one last time, flanked by the venues resident artists. To the avail of event goers the duo played a typical Knife Party set, with one catch. It was 90 minutes long. Danny Tenaglia, Cosmic Gate, and Armin Van Buuren turned their performances into a marathon of sorts and played for triple the allotted time in sentimental fashion. For Knife Party's case, their set time was shorter than a traditional rock concert, leaving bass fans grasping for more in the wake of some hefty ticket costs. Toronto's dance music community took to twitter in reactive fashion.

Read the full story in Toronto Rave Community HERE.

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