Hailing from Hawaii and now based in LA, progressive/electro house DJ duo Sex Panther emerged quickly from the Californian club scene last year, and is now ready to bring the sexy party to our shores. Supported by DJ Gie.
Party like Prince Harry on Queen Elizabeth II's birthday (even though she's not our queen anymore. Sob.). Fun fact: this will be the Queen's actual birthday, as opposed to her "official" birthday in June, which is celebrated by the masses in Commonwealth countries. It's kind of like how Chinese people who observe the lunar calendar have two birthdays—except the Queen doesn't get lai see.
Electric Circus is China's first indoor electronic music festival, set to take place in Shanghai this year. Just in case you can't make it up there, Play is hosting this pre-party to give you a taste of what you'll missing, featuring DJ Logan Hudak.
Since starting out two years ago, party promoter Cliché has gone from just international DJs to town, to branching out into a record label as well. Come celebrate at the anniversary party, with plenty of old school, disco and funk beats from San Soda, The Reflex and of course, Cliché's stable of DJs.