Haute Music: Paul van Dyk Returns to NYC

The highly anticipated return of Grammy nominated Paul Van Dyk awaits us fellow New Yorkers this weekend. A highly respectable musician who was voted #1 DJ in the world by DJMag Top 100 DJ Poll in both 2005 and 2006, Dyk has exactly what it takes to keep the crowd moving until sunrise. The Electronic DJ/Producer is scheduled to perform a DJ set this Saturday February 19,2011. Formerly Exit Nightclub, the now Terminal 5 will host Van Dyk as he once again captivates over 3000 of his New York fans with a few new tunes as well as some familiar classics. Known for his productions “Time Of Our Lives” with vocalist 4 Vega, “For An Angel” and “Nothing But You”. Van Dyk pays homage to NYC with production “Home” featuring Johnny McDaid and his record alongside Starkillers and Austin Leeds with vocals from Ashley Tomberlin, “New York City”. These two are surely hopefuls.

This will mark Paul Van Dyk’s first time playing in New York since his New Years Eve 2010 Celebration at The Roseland Ballroom, hosted by Made Event. Van Dyk, whose name originally appeared on the Electric Zoo Festival 2010 lineup, canceled his gig slated for September 2010 at Randall’s Island Park. PVD’s absence from NYC has been felt throughout the local club community, leaving much anticipation and even higher expectations with his return to the city that never sleeps. Pre-Sale tickets began at $25 for general admission, Limited Advance Tickets priced at $30, both of which sold out leaving a limited number of $40 tickets available the day of the event.


Article by: Mark Mancino



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