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Silent Dance Party To Take Place On Santa Monica Pier Every Sunday

Posted Jul. 26, 2014, 9:21 am

Mirror Staff

Starting this Sunday July 27, the end of the Santa Monica Pier welcomes music lovers and groovers for a silent dance party.

Silent Frisco and Henry Lawrence Presents announced the new Silent Frisco Seaside Soiree: a one-of-a-kind outdoor music series under the sun with an infinite view of the Pacific.

Every Sunday through Sept. 21 from 2-9 pm, Silent Frisco Seaside Soiree explores L.A.’s vibrant DJ culture, gathering as many as seven performers in an ambitious cross section of sound transmitted through two-channel wireless headphones.

Each installment breaks down into two segments: “Sunshine Sessions” and “Sunset Showdowns.”

Sunshine Sessions will run from 2-5 pm and feature dreamy daytime beats fit for audiences of all ages from the likes of KCRW superstars Jeremy Sole, Mario Cotto, DJ Valida and Dan Wilcox. Looking for an outing for the whole family? Bring the kids. Kids 12 and under are free with a ticketed adult. Or, keep it adults-only and pair the music with a margarita from MariaSol for the ultimate Sunday Funday.

Sunset Showdowns will then take over the headphones’ two-channels from 5-9 pm as some of L.A.’s most illustrious DJ crews battle for dominance. Guests can choose their soundtrack with a simple flip of the switch.

Tickets for Silent Frisco Seaside Soiree include both the Sunshine Session and the Sunset Showdown for $10 in advance. Capacity is limited, so advance purchase is recommended. Purchase tickets and learn more about the Silent Frisco Seaside Soiree at www.silentfrisco.com.

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Jul. 26, 2014, 2:29:23 pm

Randy said...

Okay so do I understand that in order to hear the music you have to bring a set of earphones and tune into KCRW?

Jul. 27, 2014, 6:33:11 am

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