"LineRocket Entertainment plans to become the sole source of EDM music festivals in Atlantic City and we have some big plans to bring the top artists in the world for Memorial Day weekend and ..."
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Josh Heffler, CEO of LineRocket Entertainment, co-host of the Dec. 31 Life in Color New Year's Eve Bash with Steve Aoki, tells Atlantic City Weekly that due to the enormous success of the event, held at Bader Field in A.C., the event will likely "become an annual tradition considering the wall to wall sold out success we had this year."
Heffler, who's company live-streamed the Life in Color event via four different Web sites, says he was very impressed with Atlantic City, the crowd and the outdoor venue. (The event was held inside a giant heated tent.)
"LineRocket Entertainment plans to become the sole source of EDM music festivals in Atlantic City and we have some big plans to bring the top artists in the world for Memorial Day weekend and July 4th weekend," says Heffler. "In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, it is a crucial time to boost the revenues and social morale with music festivals in Atlantic City."
Heffler plans to stream any subsequent festivals in A.C. live "to ensure the world has a chance to see these incredible events that draw tens of thousands of people to Atlantic City."
LineRocket's next live stream will be a 30-day spring break event series called "Electro Beach," held in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Heffler says it will feature top EDM artist Tiesto "among many others."
As expected, LineRocket Entertainment is bringing its popular Life in Color EDM music fest and paint party back to Bader Field in Atlantic City, to celebrate the end of 2013.
An event established as an effort to promote healthy living in a fun way, The Color Run will make its Atlantic City debut Saturday, Oct. 19, at Bader Field.
New ownership plans an ambitious, but brief bill of fare, characterized as “distinctly American. A place where a lot of different things happen.”
The Life in Color NYE event was such a success that the promoters are already thinking about staging a similar event at the former airport over the July 4 holiday.
There were parties galore in Atlantic City on New Year's Eve 2013, including casino-wide celebrations, the Life in Color event at Bader Field and Tiesto.
The inaugural Dusk DJ Series is underway and will decide who will claim a coveted residency at Caesars’ cutting-edge, multi-tiered nightclub.
This weekend's party is bringing you The Hot Tub Fringe Stage, a sick metal playlist we've compiled for your enjoyment — and some gnarly pictures of some of the greatest heavy metal hairstyles throughout the ages.
"[Atlantic City's] location was really central. You’ve got good facilities, it’s not, you know, like 39 miles on some two-lane country road — that kind of vibe, you know, so it’s just the fact that it’s practical, there’s a lot of facilities and since we’re not doing like a camping thing we thought it would be good to be close to infrastructure so the fans do have like the backbone of a place like Atlantic City at their disposal."
Atlantic City Weekly will be bringing you live photos, blogs and more from the DMBC festival this weekend at Bader Field in Atlantic City.
The second of four musical events has been revealed for Bader Field with the band Phish announcing on its web site a summer tour that includes a trip to Atlantic City for three nights of performances on Friday, June 15, Saturday, June 16 and Sunday, June 17.
Bader Field will host a 2013 New Year’s Eve event that will paint the town red, green, blue, and yellow.
No East Coast town does New Year’s Eve better than Atlantic City and its environs (yes, New York City, that includes you), so here are a few suggestions for those who have not yet gotten around to planning out their big night.
" I’m the baseball that kind of like crashed through the window on the side of the house and fell into the living room."
A sneak peek at what's happening in the Atlantic City region this New Year's Eve.
In a perfect world, if the casinos had their way, the year would always end on a Friday or Saturday. It would never end on a Monday, as it does this year.
Headlining the countdown to midnight is famed electro house artist and DJ, Steve Aoki, who will be joined by Tommy Trash, Adventure Club, and David Solano.
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