Justin Jay to play the Loft Theatre at Heavenly Village
If you go
What: Justin Jay
When: 9 p.m. Saturday, March 5
Where: The Loft Theatre
Tickets: $15 plus fees
Los Angeles-based producer and DJ Justin Jay will bring dance music to Heavenly Village this weekend.
Jay is signed to the dirtybird label and spins a variety of genres. He performs at the Loft Theatre Saturday, March 5.
“As the youngest member of the dirtybird family, Justin has seen support by the likes of Claude VonStroke, Jamie Jones, Disclosure, Tiga, and George Fitzgerald, among many others, while also being recognized as a ‘Future Star’ by trusted tastemakers, such as Pete Tong, and fans alike,” according to Jay’s online biography. “At the heart of his music, Justin Jay manifests his soul, funk, and jazz roots in a nostalgic, yet forward-thinking manner that yields his unmistakable brand of house music, which has won him releases on labels such as dirtybird, Culprit, Southern Fried Records, and Pets Recordings. His productions have also put him in the spotlight on club and festival stages across the globe, from LA’s HARD Summer to the dirtybird residency at Sankeys Ibiza, where he held crowds in his grasp, taking fans on a rollercoaster of energy and music ranging from deep house to breakbeat to techno.”
Advance tickets to the show are $15 plus fees.
The Loft Theatre is located at 1021 Heavenly Village Way in South Lake Tahoe. Learn more by heading online — http://thelofttahoe.com — or calling 530-523-8024. The venue is open seven days a week from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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