Four Tet Will Play Open-To-Close At An Immersive Event With The Do LaB

Four Tet and The Do LaB are teaming up for an exciting new event in San Francisco this Halloween Weekend.

The two iconic dance music tastemakers will come together to produce an “immersive event experience” on October 28, 2023 at Daly City, California’s historic Cow Palace Arena.

The event will feature a special five-hour, open-to-close set from Four Tet, as well as art and lighting installations from The Do LaB.

With this one-night-only event, artists-turned-party hosts The Do LaB will capture the spirit of one of their most beloved installations with “A Woogie Experience,” named for the Woogie stage at their flagship festival, Lightning in a Bottle.

A massively popular maestro of electronic music, Four Tet’s storied career has picked up even more steam in the past year as part of a worldwide frenzy over his collaborative production and performance efforts with friends Skrillex and Fred again..

The ever-quizzical producer’s catalog spans over two decades and features works released under oddly named aliases, as well as co-productions for some of the world’s biggest acts.

This one-of-a-kind event with The Do LaB follows a busy summer from Four Tet including the “OMG TBA” set at Coachella, a back-to-back with Skrillex at HARD Summer last weekend, and a 12th album on the way soon.

Fans hoping to revel in the experiential expertise of both Four Tet and The Do LaB can sign up for pre-sale ticket access here. 

Pre-sale for the Four Tet x Do LaB Immersive Experience will begin on Wednesday, August 9 at 10AM PT. General on-sale begins on Thursday, August 10 at 10AM PT.

Featured image from Four Tet. Credit: Hagop Tchaparian.

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By: Peter Volpe
Title: Four Tet Will Play Open-To-Close At An Immersive Event With The Do LaB
Sourced From: edmmaniac.com/four-tet-do-lab/
Published Date: Mon, 07 Aug 2023 22:12:17 +0000

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