One of the longest-running house and techno parties in New York says goodbye to its home venue, Cielo, which will close in the new year.
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Advance tickets are sold out. There will be tickets available for purchase at the venue. Early arrival is suggested.
The final Dance.Here.Now. Party at Cielo
The brainchild of odd couple, and longtime friends Benny Soto and Rob Fernandez, Dance.Here.Now. has announced its final soiree to be held at Meatpacking hotspot Cielo. For over 10 years, Dance.Here.Now. has brought the best from the best of electronic music with many of the world’s elite DJs stepping behind the hallowed Cielo decks to deliver their A-game within the club’s intimate confines. Across that time, it has established itself as one of the premiere nights in the country, winning multiple awards (Club World Awards – Best Party 08/09, Time Out New York – Best Night, Carl Cox 09) and building a devout, diverse following of loyal nightlife veterans together with its new generation, alike. DJs like Chris Leibing, Nicole Moudaber, Victor Calderone, James Zabiela, and Sasha have all graced the Dance.Here.Now. decks, emanating their patented sounds through Cielo’s pioneering Funktion-One soundystem, while bonafide legends Danny Tenaglia, Carl Cox, Louie Vega and more have delighted House heads old and new with vibe heavy appearances.
With Cielo closing its doors for good at the end of 2018, Dance.Here.Now. in collaboration with Nervous Records proudly brings one final night to close this legendary New York City institution with a holiday season extravaganza of top class music and unparalleled atmosphere. On Saturday, December 29, 2018 expect a slew of New York City favorites to take the reigns, as well as a very SPECIAL GUEST and Dance.Here.Now. favorite, to headline the evening. Though bittersweet, the evening will undoubtedly continue the Dance.Here.Now. and Cielo legacy of putting the true New York into New York nightlife culture. Even if the end of one era, the memories last, friends remain, and the culture thrives thanks to this only-in-NYC collaboration.
A portion of door proceeds will be donated to Rob’s son - Rian Fernandez.