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Pulse Events Reveals Stacked Phase 2 Lineup for Second Edition of Spring Festival

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Pulse Events Reveals Stacked Phase 2 Lineup for Second Edition of Spring Festival: Lunar New Year Celebration

What So Not, Trivecta, Henry Fong, 4B, and more join previously-announced headliners SLANDER and Alan Walker

The event will also feature a bevy of local Asian-American talent

Sunday, February 18, 2024 from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.
Monday, February 19, 2024 from 6 p.m. to 12 a.m. 

Hosted at Avant Gardner in Brooklyn, NY for a full venue takeover

Tickets are available via Dice’s event page

Pulse Events has unveiled its highly-anticipated lineup additions for its Spring Festival: Lunar New Year Celebration, which will return to Brooklyn hotspot venue Avant Gardner. Taking place from Sunday, February 18 to Monday, February 19, 2024, the full venue takeover will celebrate both the Chinese New Year and the beginning of spring on the Lunar calendar, headlined by SLANDER and Alan Walker.

Now, Spring Festival: Lunar New Year Celebration has revealed its Phase 2 lineup of renowned support acts, which features a bevy of local Asian-American talent.

SLANDER will headline the Great Hall on Sunday, February 18, supported by guitar-slinging dubstep artist Trivecta and French bass producer Samplifire. Additionally, the Great Hall will welcome an opening set by NY-based Asian-American rising star REMIX, as well as a special Jom Zeng B2B Zion performance to close out the stage.

Sunday night’s Kings Hall lineup boasts local Asian-American acts like G-NETOrlostDYVERGENTGRIMMACE, and PSYTOXI, promising a night of dynamic, captivating performances.

The Lunar New Year celebration continues into Monday, February 19 with Alan Walker making his highly-anticipated Spring Festival debut in the Great Hall. The genre-fusing heavy-weight will be supported by trap maestro 4B and LA-based DJ/producer Henry Fong. Gracing the stage will also be regional Asian-American selectors 4YU and CYBERPUNK.

Monday night will also see boundary-pushing bass producer What So Not headline Kings Hall, preceded by bubbling New York talents SunRyse and Kasi Opi B2B Charmy. Fellow New York artists Auxygen and Minijoy B2B 1MO will be on Kings Hall closing duties.

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In addition to the exciting lineup additions, Pulse Event’s Spring Festival: Lunar New Year Celebration will feature a vibrant night market. Attendees can indulge in an array of Lunar New Years treats from various food offerings and partake in other fun fan experiences. These immersive activities encompass a curated glam station adorned with gems and decorations, an interactive photo booth, and Kandi Bracelet stations offering Chinese/Lunar New Year-themed beads. Additionally, attendees can engage in the excitement of Spin The Wheel and participate in the ritual of writing their wishes on paper, adding them to the Fortune Wall for an extra touch of good luck.

Established in 2015, Pulse Events has emerged as a key player in the Asian-American electronic music scene, specializing in organizing concerts and live performances across North America and beyond. With a mission to pioneer cultural and media innovation, this event producer and promoter brand has successfully hosted industry-leading electronic music artists like AfrojackGryffinKSHMRKill The NoiseLike MikeSeven LionsVini ViciYellow Claw, and others. Pulse Events has also produced world tours for South Korean acts such as EXO and Big Bang.

Pulse Events aims to represent Asian-Americans within the global dance music community by paying homage to the Lunar New Year. In 2024, Pulse Events will further champion the Asian American market by holding more events and supporting youth organizations and groups that highlight Asian culture. In addition to dance music events, Pulse Events created the Krazy Super concert to promote K-pop music in New York and Los Angeles, uniting more fans who love Asian culture.

Tickets are on-sale at Dice’s event page

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