2 August 2012

South Africa: Steve Aoki to Tour SA

American electro house musician, record producer and the founder of Dim Mak records Steve Aoki is to tour SA and will play in Cape Town on 7 December, Joburg on 8 December, and Durban on 9 December, 2012.

Olmeca Tequila is proud to announce the Steve Aoki SA Tour, brought to you by Electric. Electric is the team that recently toured deadmau5 and Avicii in SA, and they have even bigger plans for the Aoki SA Tour.

Steve Aoki has worked with the likes of Armand van Helden (Brrrat), Afrojack (No Beef), Laid Back Luke and Lil Jon (Turbulence), Tiësto (Tornado), LMFAO and Nervo (Livin my Love) and more. His awards include Best DJ Of The Year in 2007 (Paper magazine), Best Set Of The Season in 2007 (Ibiza Awards), Best Party Rocker DJ in 2007 by BPM magazine, and Best Mix Album Of The Year in 2008 by Billboard.

Crazy antics

Known for his crazy antics (he includes a canoe in his DJ ryder - for crowd surfing!) and onstage performance, Steve Aoki offers up a head-banging, foot-stomping, extremely high-energy performance.

Olmeca Tequila is excited to be involved with another top international DJ coming to SA. In keeping with their long-standing commitment to provide the best electronic music experiences to all the "party starting" consumers of Olmeca Tequila and the public in general.

Tickets will soon be available from Computicket. Show dates are; Friday, 7 December in Cape Town - a massive Harrington Street block party; Saturday, 8 December at H2O, Wild Waters, Joburg and Sunday, 9 December, 2012, at Wavehouse, Durban.

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