Eric Prydz Will Make Debut Appearance at Premier Nightclub in Atlantic City
Eric Prydz has been an Internet phenomenon in recent weeks, what with the identification of the launching location of his EPIC 5.0 tour—the Creamfields Steelyard in London on May 27th—and the announcement of his March 4th show in Brooklyn, an event whose swift sell out prompted the addition of another Brooklyn date, namely that of Prydz’s March 3rd show, likewise hosted at the same “secret warehouse” where the original March 4th date is set to occur.
If the common expression “the third time is the charm” holds true, then those unable to snag a ticket to either Brooklyn show date—or schedule an impromptu euro trip to witness the inaugural EPIC 5.0 display—might find a tertiary attempt to secure a “live and direct” Prydz experience a worthy wager.
Just as New Jersey’s own Atlantic City has recently made headlines as the site of Bassnectar’s exclusive North Eastern take on the Georgia based “Basslanta” event, the gilded gambling hub emerges as the site of a Prydz’s debut at the Borgata’s Premier nightclub, a venue known for its consistent booking of top talent within the dance music sphere. The Friday, February 24th event will notably preclude Eric Prydz’s February 25th Echostage date in Washington, D.C.
Whereas the escalating price tiers of Prydz’s Brooklyn show dates required interested parties to dig deep into their wallets as tiers rapidly sold out, tickets for the Premier event rest at a comfortable $40 price tag, with room bookings at the Borgata functioning as the evening’s primary expenditure for attendees.
Those seeking to save on ticket costs may direct their attention to Premier’s guest list, where registration for the Eric Prydz event will result in reduced cover—although a specific number as to the reduction is not given—as well as expedited entry, so long as guests arrive early; those who do not enter via the guest list after one hour of the club being open may not benefit from the guest list perks, as the benefits cease to take effect one hour after the club opens. Admission, however, is not guaranteed by the guest list, a stipulation that in true Atlantic City fashion, requires event goers to roll a sort of dance music dice and take their chances.