ANJUNABEATS Tour Hits The Brooklyn Hangar on Jan. 29

by | Jan 28, 2016 | Coming Up, Culture, Events, Music, Out On The Town

Pictured top L to R: Andrew Bayer, ilan Bluestone; bottom L to R: Grum, Jason Ross. Photo courtesy of Anjuabeats Records

Pictured top L to R: Andrew Bayer, ilan Bluestone; bottom L to R: Grum, Jason Ross. Photo courtesy of Anjuabeats Records

The 2016 ANJUNABEATS Tour kicked off last week in Toronto on Jan. 22, but it will be making a much anticipated stop at The Brooklyn Hangar (2 52nd St.) in Brooklyn, NY on Jan. 29.  The tour is the largest — and most impressive — to-date.  Set to play are Andrew Bayer, ilan Bluestone, Grum and Jason Ross, with special guests Seven Lions and Myon & Shane 54.

Originally founded by English progressive trance group Above & Beyond to house their own releases, ANJUNABEATS has quickly developed into one of the strongest and most dedicated fan bases in dance music today. Celebrating its 15-year anniversary, the tour will travel throughout Canada and the United States, making stops in Boston, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Orlando, Los Angeles, Vancouver and Calgary, just to name a few. Recently, additional tour dates were added in Chicago, San Antonia, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and Minneapolis.

In anticipation for the show on Friday, Jason Ross is launching his new single, “Frontier,” which can be premiered here:

In addition, music from all of the artists can be found on Beatport. For all the tour dates and ticket information, please visit the website here.

-by Jackie Hart

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