The average attendees of any major music festivals such as Electric Zoo Festival, Tomorrowland Festival, Ultra Music Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival and many more may have spent minimum of $200.00 for a general admission weekend pass ticket. Maybe more for VIP access. Some may have gotten away with Artist Backstage Passes.
But it looks like the instagram king, Dan Bilzerian, who recently hosted a huge party via Tablelist at Marquee NY, is joining the party; and in typical Bilzerian fashion, will be outspending everyone – according to Dancing Astronaut. His VIP reservation, as reported by BroBible, proves purchases of $500k in alcohol (here’s the itemized breakdown: 60 bottles of 1.5L magnum’s Armand De Brignac Rose (Ace of Spaces) for $216k, 45 bottles of Patron Gran Platinum Magnum 1.75L for $77k and 55 Ciroc Magnum 1.75L for $57k), his own VIP deck with space for 200 of his friends, and a personal firework and pyro controller for another $150k.
Steven Wright is gaining popularity in Southern California and throughout the states for his impeccable high energy sets. Well-known for his electronic genre diversity and demand is high for Primetime slot rocker all over USA. Crushing crowds of up to 10,000+, Steven Wright moves masses and makes them his own. Steven is extremely busy but he was kind enough to give us a few moments of his time to answer a few questions for his fans to get to know him better.
1. When did you start DJing and what or who were your influences at the time?
I first got into Djing when I was 15 years old, my first mixtape had a 50 Cent Track, Snoop Dogg Track & Mariah Carey Track I used to play it at school on my Mini Disc with a pair of computer speakers that I wired up to a 9volt battery. At that point in time the main influences for me were all the Power 106 LA Djs, I really looked up to them, also my buddy DJ EFX for helping me with my first pair of turntables.
2. What is your best DJ memory?
I’d say hearing my track “Megazord” being played at EDC Las Vegas this past year.
3. Out of all the tracks you’ve spun, which one never fails?
Theres a lot out there that always pop off, I’d say – “This Is Dirty” by DVBBS & MOTi, no matter what venue I play at people always lose their mind for that track, its heavy.
4. Who are your biggest musical influences currently?
Porter Robinson, My Boys at Trapstyle Bass Collective and Blasterjaxx
5. You have been blowing up on the West Coast recently, what has contributed to that?
50% the music 50% the party, I bring something fresh to the scene on the West Coast, I’m constantly finding new ways to bend genres, I’ve even dropped a Taylor Swift Remix in the club before and I think people appreciate my willingness to take risk and be innovative. Not only that but I love to incite madness, everyone shows up knowing its going to be a party.
6. Tell us 5 things about yourself that people don’t know.
- I once hit a 7-10 split while bowling
- An alpaca showed up at my birthday party
- I once traded a car for a watch
- I don’t like fennel seeds
- I used to practice using the force on small pencils and pens
Originally from Queens, NY….he will be returning this weekend to grace us with his DJ talents so don’t miss out on any of these epic nights and be sure to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, May 30th – Cirque Fridays @ Highline Ballroom, 431 W 16th Street, New York, NY 10011
Saturday, May 31st – SONO, 40 W 8th Street, New York, NY 10011