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  • Oct 12, 2012 · 6:00 PM
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Possibly THE most visually stunning live musical performance you have ever seen!

We will have pre-concert drinks at the venue. There are picnic tables just outside the venue gates where people gather and have drinks and snacks. We will also be having dinner after the concert at a TBD restaurant.

I have 4 tickets, center reserved seats.

In order to secure the best seats, I had to purchase the tickets in pairs. One pair is in Section A Center and the other pair is in Section B, Right Center.

I'm opening this event to one guy and two girls.

Members who I have never met and members who have been consistent supporters of my events will have priority.

You MUST pay $60.00 via Paypal in order to reserve your ticket. Please email me for Paypal instructions.

Once you have been moved up to the Attendee List, you will have 48 hours to send in your payment or you will be moved back down to the Wait List.


Electronic music producer, DJ and composer Amon Tobin is one of the genre's most respected innovators, but his progressive sounds don't align very closely with the current EDM craze. "I guess because it's electronic music, people tend to equate that with dance music, which is pretty natural," Amon Tobin says. "I had this record that didn't really fit into any one thing and I had to find a different way to present it as a live show."

In translating his studio-based music to live performance, Tobin ended up with a complex stage and light setup that he compares to an art installation. "How can I make a genuine attempt at visualizing music and making something that made sense, to me at least, and be part of it?" he asked himself while brainstorming the show.

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  • Joo Hong K.

    What an interesting cultural experience.

    October 13, 2012

  • Richard L.

    I'm inside coffee bean right now if anyone wants to meet inside.

    October 12, 2012

  • Christine

    Looks and sounds AMAZING (music for your eyes!) Too bad I'll be missing the show while I'm in Japan. Have a blast, guys!

    1 · October 10, 2012

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