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Mark Sherry

Mark Sherry

Jun 14th 2019 @ Melrose Ballroom

Queens, NY
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About Mark Sherry
Genres:
Electronic, Tech Trance, Trance
Hometown:
Glasgow, Scotland

Scotland has long been a leader in producing pioneers of electronic dance music, but often flies under the radar in its contributions to the scene. Until now. As Scottish...
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Esscalation Music Festival
Friday, June 14th, 2019
8:00 PM
Melrose Ballroom
3608 33rd St, Queens, NY 11106
Esscala Events has been blessing fans with some of the biggest names in Trance for many years now and are coming off of a very successful 2018 that was full of stacked lineups and packed events. Now, they’re riding the wave of success into this year with the announcement of the first-ever edition of Esscalation Music Festival, which is set to take place on June 14-16 in Queens, New York, at the beautiful Melrose Ballroom.

Boasting two days of epic Trance acts, this festival is one you won’t want to miss. The first day will feature some of the biggest names in the psytrance scene, with artists like Ace Ventura, Alpha Portal, Astrix, Vini Vici, and more taking the stage. The second day of the festival will explore other subgenres within Trance including uplifting, tech, and more with artists like John O’Callaghan, Cold Blue, Mark Sherry, and Factor B guiding attendees to a state of bliss.

Make sure you snag your tickets via NightOut.com when they go on sale April 3 at 12PM EST. Early bird two-day combo ticket prices start at $124.99 plus fees. Only able to make it for one of the two days? You’re in luck as single day tickets are available as well with day one starting at $64.99 plus fees and day two coming in at $49.99 plus fees.
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About Mark Sherry
Genres:
Electronic, Tech Trance, Trance
Hometown:
Glasgow, Scotland

Scotland has long been a leader in producing pioneers of electronic dance music, but often flies under the radar in its contributions to the scene. Until now. As Scottish...
Read More