Levels to Host Generation Wild Tour and Basshunter in February
Levels Nightclub will host its first big shows of the semester next month when the return of the Generation Wild Tour rolls on Tuesday, February 11, featuring Danny Avila and Deniz Koyu.
Avila first hit the DJ scene in 2010 and has become a big name on the festival circuit. Koyu is Turkish and mainly works with progressive and electro house and is most known for his 2011 single, “Tung!” The duo has worked together producing, and Avila and Koyu recently partnered on a remix of Krewella’s popular track “Live for the Night.”
The second big name to return to Levels next month will be Basshunter, the legendary Swedish electronica and Eurodance producer and singer. Basshunter has a number of hits that have topped the charts over in Europe, including “Boten Anna” and “DotA” from his 2006 album LOL <(^^,)>. In recent years, Basshunter has done a lot more singing and a lot less mixing at his live shows, so don’t show up to Levels on February 20 expecting a purely DJ set from the Swede.
Tickets are on sale for both shows on Levels’s TicketLeap page. Early-bird tickets for the Generation Wild Tour event are still available for $20. If you miss out on those, you can snag a general admission ticket for $25. Basshunter pre-sale tickets are still on sale as well, going for $19.75 a piece. The price will jump to $35 if you miss out on those. There is also a $100 ticket that lets you skip the line and meet Basshunter after the show. For $500, you can get a VIP table along with the meet-and-greet.
There are sure to be some more EDM shows worth catching later in the semester. We’ll keep you updated as the spring concert announcements continue to come out.
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