STEVE ANGELLO RETURNS TO NY FOR SIZE MATTERS IN CENTRAL PARK

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AUGUST 1, 2013

 

Superstar DJ/Producer Steve Angello makes his long awaited return to New York City with the second annual “SIZE In The Park” on Friday, September 27 and Saturday, September 28 at Rumsey Playfield in historic Central Park.

 

Debuting in 2012, “SIZE In The Park” was an enormous success and was considered by many to be one of NYC’s best dance music events of the year. Steve Angello marks his return to Central Park this summer in typical SIZE fashion with a bigger and better event than its predecessor. Not only has SIZE In The Park expanded to two days but is will also feature brand new production elements and support from special surprise guests and members of the SIZE family (to be announced). There’s really nothing that beats dancing under the stars in the oasis of NYC’s concrete jungle.

 

It’s been yet another amazing year for Steve Angello who in 2013 celebrates the 10-year anniversary of his famed SIZE Records imprint and the launch of its sister label, “X.” In addition to recent hits including Depeche Mode “Soothe My Soul (Steve Angello vs. Jacques Lu Cont Remix), Tommy Trash “Monkey In Love,” GTA, Digital Lab & Henrix “Hit It” and the forthcoming Steve Angello vs. Matisse & Sadko “SLVR;” to be released August 12. Looking towards 2014, Steve Angello is putting the final touches on his much anticipated debut artist album, Wild Youth. Might we get a taste at SIZE In The Park?

 

SIZE In The Park will also feature a private stage front experience created and operated by the international nightlife venue Provocateur. The Provocateur ‘Pop-Up’ designed exclusively for Size is a fully self-contained luxury installation built to provide the finest hospitality.

 

“SIZE In The Park” tickets will be available for purchase Friday, August 9 at 12PM EST through www.sizeinthepark.com

 

Please visit the “SIZE In the Park” dedicated webpage at www.sizeinthepark.com for more information about the event and updated information

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