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Pretty Lights to Headline the Bryce Jordan Center’s Dancing in the Dark

Get ready to experience the chilling dub-step rumbles, intricate jazz sampling, hip-hop attitude and technical house productions of Pretty Lights (@PrettyLights) at the Bryce Jordan Center on October 30th.

As part of Dancing in the Dark, the Colorado-based DJ will be bringing his energetic act out of its usual element at big-name raves like Electric Zoo and giving Happy Valley a taste of his high-powered, musically diverse medicine.

But warning, it may cause drowsiness.

Pretty Lights refuses to dig into the sub-genres that litter today’s music industry. Instead, the house producer dabbles in a range of sounds, samples, and ambiance to bring a truly awakening experience to his listeners. After his last big performance alongside Skrillex and Diplo, Pretty Lights is sure to send shockwaves all through Dear Old State.

It’s also rumored, but unconfirmed that dirty dubstep three-some Krewella (@Krewella) will be opening the show.

Tickets will be available this Wednesday at 10am. Check out the BJC’s site for more details.

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