Sat, Jun 22, 2019 |
5:00PM - 2:00AM
Dancin' In The Streets: Ghostland Observatory & Lost Kings
Big Sky Buckhead's 4th installment of "Dancin' In The Streets" music festival will feature GHOSTLAND OBSERVATORY and the rising stars LOST KINGS playing together in the heart of Buckhead's West Village.
Big Sky is decking out the parking lot with professional stage production + Ghostland Observatory's iconic light show for the ultimate viewing experience! Join us June 22nd for a full day of music and dancin' with friends!
VIP Package includes:
-VIP Welcome Party: open bar + hors d'oeuvres from 6pm-7pm
-Access to VIPs only upstairs bar!
-LOST KINGS will perform an intimate and PRIVATE AFTER PARTY SET in the VIP room upstairs!
**** There will also be LIMITED Bottle Service tables available for purchase- if interested in reserving a table for you and your friends, email Big Sky at bigskyDITS@gmail.com !
All ticket redemptions require valid photo ID at the door and are 21+ only! (Rain or Shine- NO REFUNDS) **Uber Strongly Encouraged
VIP Area: The upstairs room/viewing area will require VIP ticket to access for the entire duration of the event (from the time the venue opens until 2:30am when it closes).
2015 TRAILER VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/129512649
Dancin' In The Streets 2014: https://vimeo.com/102097707
CHECK IT OUT! Lost King's performance from Ultra Music Festival 2019: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PrsNNhnibg
CHECK IT OUT! Ghostland Observatory's iconic light show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1M7jp0P5do
LINE UP AND SCHEDULE:
Doors Open @ 5pm
5:15pm to 6:15pm: Underground Springhouse
6:30pm - 7:30pm: Backyard Loveseat
7:45pm - 8:45pm: Dj Euphoria
9:00pm - 10:30pm: GHOSTLAND OBSERVATORY
10:45pm - 12:00am: LOST KINGS
Ghostland Observatory’s entire approach to music – sonically, aesthetically, conceptually – is essentially a melding of the two distinctly different personalities of its two members, Thomas Ross Turner and Aaron Behrens. Whereas Turner, the producer/drummer/keyboardist of the duo, finds solace in the minimal, bleak cable-patch squawks of Karlheinz Stockhausen and the analog-disco-thump of Giorgio Moroder, Behrens’ interests lie more along the lines of psychedelia, rock and various country and blues artists.
The result is a shimmering, pulsing pop music that is at once kinetically alive with Behrens’ striking vocals and driving guitar work but also anchored firmly by Turner’s percussive beats and Moog-generated melodies and hooks. Common descriptions include “electro-dance rock,” “synth-funk” and “Freddie Mercury-helms-Daft Punk.”
Melding woozy, party-minded grooves, house influences, and more mainstream electronic styles, EDM duo Lost Kings used a variety of approaches in developing their sound. Los Angeles-based DJs Robert Abisi and Nick Shanholtz bonded over a love of electronic music culture and their shared status as recent transplants to L.A. from the East Coast. In 2014, the two began making tracks together as Lost Kings, focusing prominently on remixes of other artists over original compositions. The act almost immediately drew major attention for unofficial remixes of tracks by artists such as Disclosure, the Killers, and Dirty South, gaining enough momentum to sign a management deal.