See Diplo, B.o.B., Knife Party or Alesso!
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Citi Bank Presents: Billboard Winter Fest at Park City Live, 427 Main Street, Park City
* A 21 and over event.
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1/22 – B.o.B.: B.o.B aka Bobby Ray, introduced himself to the world in 2006 with his mixtape Cloud 9, and has since traveled the world, topped the charts and broken invisible barriers that the music world didn’t know existed. With well-balanced offering of genre-defying songs and a world view to match, B.o.B proves that living with your head in the clouds, isn’t such a bad thing after all. Check out his latest single “Not For Long” featuring Trey Songz below, and get more info on his PCL show here.
1/23 – Skrillex: Sonny Moore found club and mainstream stardom beginning in 2008, when he swapped his gig as the frontman for post-hardcore band From First to Last and created the dancefloor-oriented project Skrillex. Check out his single “Bangarang” below and get more info on him here.
1/24 – Iggy Azalea: In one of the more unlikely crossover success stories, blonde Australian beauty Iggy Azalea (born Amethyst Amelia Kelly) segued from a high-profile modeling career to become a Southern hip-hop star. Hear her single “Fancy” below and check out more detail here.
1/25 – Diplo: Wesley Pentz, better known as Diplo, is unquestionably one of the most dynamic forces in music today. He is as much an international brand (tastemaker, spokesman, curator) as he is a musician/DJ/producer. Year after year he’s proven himself to be an ubiquitous cultural figure, consistently bridging high and low, mainstream and underground, with remarkable tact and reverence. Check out his hit “Express Yourself” below and get info on his show here.
1/26 – Lil Jon: Lil Jon made a name for himself with the music group he fronted, East Side Boyz, and began as a club DJ before the time came for him to establish his solo career in the industry. Jermaine Dupri invited him to come work for So So Def Records in 1993 and named him the Executive Vice President of A&R from ’93 – ’00. While working on his label duties, he added radio host to his resume, hosted a reggae show on the Atlanta radio sation V103, and also remixed and produced tracks for such acclaimed artists as Too Short, Xscape, Total, Usher, 112 and Whitney Houston just to name a few. Check out his track “Turn Down For What” with DJ Snake below, and get more info on him here.
1/27 – Lindsey Stirling: Lindsey Stirling is one of the biggest artist development breakthrough stories in recent years. A classically trained violinist from Gilbert, AZ, Lindsey has entered a futurist world of electronic big beats and animation, leaping through the music industry with over half a billion views on YouTube, Billboard chart-topping hits and sold out tours worldwide. Check out her cover of Imagine Dragons’ “Radioactive” with Pentatonix below, and get details on her show here.
1/28 – Portugal. The Man.: It was Spring 2012, and John Gourley—frontman of Portugal. The Man—found himself in New York City about to ring the bell at Danger Mouse’s apartment–a long way from his current home in Portland, and farther still from his real home in Alaska. Six full-length albums in six years, nonstop touring, a stint with The Black Keys and festival stops at Coachella, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza—up until this moment, Portugal. The Man embodied all dimensions of DIY rock range. Hear their song “Purple Yellow Red & Blue” below and get more info on their PCL show here.
1/29 – Knife Party: By now, Knife Party is a name with which anyone with even a passing interest in electronic music will be familiar. In the years since the mysterious duo Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen emerged, their singular approach and ferocious productions have driven their rapid ascent through dance music’s ranks from unknown entity to dance floor conquering scene leaders, and festival headliners. Check out their track “Bonfire” below and get show details here.
1/30 – Alesso: With over 3.5million followers online, YouTube views in the millions, and fans including Sebastian Ingrosso, Calvin Harris, Pete Tong, Avicii and Swedish House Mafia, Grammy nominated producer Alesso already has a huge following thanks to his hugely popular remixes and sold-out shows around the globe. His new single, “Tear The Roof Up” (which you can listen to below), and forthcoming debut album, are set to be the tipping point that takes Alesso from dancefloor hero to household name. Get details on his show here.
1/31 – Michael Franti: Musician, humanitarian, and children’s book author, Michael Franti, is recognized as a pioneering force using music as a vehicle for positive change as well as his unforgettable, high energy shows with his band, Spearhead. With the multi-platinum success of his song “Say Hey (I Love You)” (which you can hear below) and the chart breaking 2010 release of “The Sound Of Sunshine”, Franti and his band guarantee a show that will be thought provoking as well as a fun dance party! “Music is sunshine,” says Franti, one of the most positive and conscious artists in music today. “Music gives us new energy and a stronger sense of purpose.” Get more info on his PCL show here.
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