Epic Day Entertainment continues to bring exciting international acts to Cayman. Old school British DJ duo Dirty Vegas will be headlining at The Warehouse on March 18 and for a boat party on March 19.
This is the first time a DJ duo has been brought to Cayman and one of them will be singing live with their set.
When Dirty Vegas was founded, nearly 20 years ago, the mold of electronic fused bands was broken. Founded by Paul Harris, Steve Smith and Ben Harris the group became, and remains, one of the most recognizable names in dance music.
In 2001 the band’s debut single ‘Days Go By’ appeared in the now-iconic television commercial for Mitsubishi and became a benchmark that set a new model for marketing music in advertising. The single catapulted Dirty Vegas to Grammy success, winning the group Best Dance Recording in 2003, the first year an award was given in that category.
In the rollercoaster years that followed, the band released three albums, and headlined their own worldwide tour, in addition to supporting artists such as Moby, Underworld and Groove Armada. Dirty Vegas went on to sell over 1 million albums and was named No. 6 in Billboard Magazine’s “Top selling Electronic artists of the 2000s.”
Their fourth album, ‘Photograph,’ was released late 2015 and features the new single, ‘Do What You Feel,’ and last year’s ‘Let The Night’ and ‘Setting Sun,’ alongside eight other brand new tracks, including a reworking of Duran Duran’s ‘Save a Prayer.’
‘We feel like this new album is some of our best work to date,’ says Dirty Vegas. ‘We have always approached electronic music with a classic songwriting perspective, so this is a continuation of that, but this one feels like it’s a journey back to our original club roots.’
March 18: The Warehouse. Entrance fee is $15 payable at the door. 11 p.m. – 3 a.m.
March 19: Boat Party. Tickets are $30 from Epic Day office. Leaves dock next to Lobster Pot at 2 p.m.
Call Epic Day Entertainment at 938-2395.