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Pacha NYC celebrates its eight-year anniversary with superstar DJs

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK—Pacha New York proudly announced today, December 4, that it will be celebrating its eight-year anniversary this December with an incredible line-up of events. Since its inception, the nightclub has provided some of the greatest moments New York City nightlife has ever seen. Therefore, in honor of the auspicious occassion, the planet’s top nightclub plans to host an entire month-long onslaught of must-see events that will feature some of the most popular DJs in the world.

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The star-studded month will include: Benny Benassi, Cosmic Gate, Danny Avila, Fedde le Grand, Feed Me, Hardwell, Knife Party, Mat Zo, Pete Tong, Quintino, Reboot and Thomas Gold. Representing everything from trance to big-room house, to classic grooves, the diverse line-up will bring some of the world’s top DJ talent to Pacha's decks for some very special sets. (For tickets, dates, and details about each event, please preview the list for more information.)

Saturday, December 7, Pacha will officially be ringing-in the eight-year anniversary with superstar DJ, producer, and favorite of the Pacha-massive, Dirty South. With moody, filthy big-room anthems like “City of Dreams” and “Rift,” the Australian DJ/Producer represents a native New Yorker sound. Ultra Music head honcho David Waxman will open the night, along with DJ Kai Song, the youngest DJ to ever grace the Pacha New York booth at just 9 years old.

In a press-release, Pacha New York’s President, Eddie Dean, stated,

“We are planning on our biggest anniversary party yet! We have extended our lease through 2021, and are looking forward to kicking off our next eight years in a big way!”

While Rob Fernandez, Pacha’s promotional director remarked,“Pacha’s celebrating our eighth anniversary with the best lineup out of any club in America!”

A portion of the proceeds from each show will be donated to Lifebeat, Music Fights HIV/AIDS.“Over 1,000 people ages 13-24 are infected with HIV every month, and over half of them are unaware they are HIV-positive.” says Eddie Dean. “Pacha has partnered with Lifebeat in the hopes that we will raise awareness about this issue and will hopefully get one step closer to finding a cure.”

Pacha New York is the much-lauded North American outpost of the fabled Pacha nightlife brand. Since opened by co-owners Eddie Dean and Erick Morillo in 2005, the four-level club has become the place for any visiting DJ worth his salt to play in the Big Apple. With visits from David Guetta, Avicii, and Skrillex, Pacha is dance music’s home in NYC.

RPM is the world's premier dance music focused marketing and management group; founded and operated by Pacha New York owner Eddie Dean and promotional director Rob Fernandez. In the last year alone, their team has produced over 200 events in and around New York City, including shows at Governors Island and Electric Daisy Carnival at Citi Field.

Lifebeat, Music Fights HIV/AIDS, founded in 1992, is the leading national nonprofit dedicated to educating America’s youth (13-29) about HIV/AIDS prevention. Lifebeat mobilizes the talents and resources of the music industry to deliver HIV/AIDS and STDs awareness messages through broadcast, print, social and digital media, and distributes educational literature and condoms at concert venues, music festivals, clubs and other events. Lifebeat also provides quality of life services and support, such as musical performances, for people living with HIV/AIDS and their families.


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