Brightest Lights Tour
Brightest Lights Tour
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* Policy is subject to change
This event is 18 and over.
$43.50 – General Admission
*plus applicable service fees
In response to health and safety concerns, our show with Lane 8 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on Saturday, September 12th, 2020 has been rescheduled to Saturday, September 11th, 2021.
Hold on to your tickets, as all tickets purchased for the originally scheduled date will be honored at the rescheduled date in 2021.
We thank you for understanding and look forward to seeing you at the show!
All doors & show times subject to change.
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“We are so bombarded with negative energy at the moment, especially on the internet, and in my opinion you have to literally and consciously remove yourself from the loop at times to remember all the positive and amazing things happening every day. ‘Brightest Lights’ is about focusing on that positivity in the world.”
Released in January 2020, Lane 8’s third album ‘Brightest Lights’ captures the positivity and emotion of the Lane 8 DJ experience, as well as offering more of the reflective and emotional songwriting featured on his last LP.
Join him as he brings the album tour to San Francisco at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on Saturday, September 11th.
The album tour will once again promote his This Never Happened concept, with the dance floor becoming a phone and photo-free space.
Leave your phone. Experience the moment. This Never Happened.
Nineties sounds refracted through a thoroughly modern aesthetic. Tracks that are serious about moving a dance floor full of people without coming on too strong. Breezy California vibes touched by a twist of European flair and an air of mystery. This is what Le Youth is about.
Wes James is the slightly enigmatic Angeleno behind Le Youth, a producer without a past whose music is steeped in it. His signature sound is a blend of Clinton-era R&B and the house music that was lighting up dancefloors and radio stations around the globe during the same period, and the leisurely grooves, airy synthesizers, and pop hooks of a song like his debut single “C O O L” that can easily pull a listener back to the pre-millennial, pre-Internet days when dance music offered a transcendentally blissful brand of hedonism that’s considerably harder to find on today’s macho-tinged EDM landscape.
Viewers of the video for “C O O L” (directed by Renata Raksha) who know their 90s music will likely pick up on the influence of a number of cultural touchstones from the time: chart-topping crossover club acts like Technotronic and Black Box, house divas like Robin S. and CeCe Peniston, and R&B icons like Aaliyah and Ginuwine, as well as a visual sensibility that evokes Herb Ritts in his role as video director to the decade’s biggest pop superstars. It’s got retro style while maintaining completely contemporary feel that’s free from gimmicks and offers stylishly relaxed relief from the ongoing onslaught of dayglo-tinged bass music and big room EDM.
Le Youth’s already attracted the attention of taste-making dance music bloggers and DJ’s the world over, and his music has continued to impress with each successive release including “Dance With Me,” “Feel Your Love,” “Girl,” and well-received remixes for the likes of Disclosure, Sam Smith,RAC, Jess Glynne, Tensnake, and Chromeo. Having already debuted his latest singles “R E A L” and “T O U C H,” and with remixes out this Fall for Alina Baraz & Galimatias, Goldroom, Seinabo Sey, and Digital Farm Animals, Le Youth is continuing his hot streak in 2015 with no signs of stopping.