Blueprint Events 15 year anniversary
Thousands of events, hundreds of international DJs & musicians and 15 yrs later, Vancouver based promotions company Blueprint Events is celebrating its 15 yr anniversary the best way they know how: by throwing a massive party. Sunday, October 7th, 2012 aka Thanksgiving Sunday will see the Vancouver Convention Centre hosting yet another Blueprint massive in downtown Vancouver! This time, however, the emphasis will be on celebrating Blueprint’s long standing contribution to the West Coast electronic dance music scene in Canada and there will DEFINITELY be some surprises in store!
Helping to celebrate this monumental event will be a variety of headlining DJs that best represent the sounds and styles Blueprint has helped introduce & establish in Vancouver & Western Canada. First up, Aussie bass music maestro NICK THAYER and electro kingpin TOMMY TRASH will be opening up the festivities, followed directly by long time Blueprint House music favourite (and fellow Aussie) DIRTY SOUTH. After that will be a one of a kind “back to back” DJ set in which PORTER ROBINSON & ZEDD, two of dance music’s current leading young stars, will be performing TOGETHER! What better way to lead into the future by celebrating the past & present with two of dance music’s brightest young talents leading the way.
Tickets are available at http://blueprintevents.ca/
To enter all you have to do is tweet the following:
- Win 2 tix to @BluePrintEvents 15yr anniversary party via @VancityBuzz & @CascadiaRecords http://ow.ly/e4maC RT to Enter! #BP15YR
Contest ends at October 5, 2012. Five winners will be selected at random and the tickets will be at the door.
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