EDM Culture Is Alive And Strong In San Diego Thanks To LED—Labor Day Weekend Is Going To Be Nuts

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While the Los Angeles events scene seems to be at a rapid rate of growth and even to a certain extent overwhelming with choices. The City of Angels isn’t the only So Cal city popping off when it comes to all things EDM culture; there’s been a lot of merrymaking going on close to the border too. San Diego, an area that resembles an American beach life paradise, has recently been bringing stellar electronic music acts to the masses. In some ways, the two-hour drive to see an act in San Diego’s premier venues can sometimes be a house music adventure worth pursuing. LED, the promotional outfit built from the critically praised nightclub Voyeur, has been keeping busy the last couple years. On a weekly basis you can catch your favorite and some of the largest acts at the intimate yet wild space. Throughout the year LED puts on larger scale events at 4th and B, which they’ve brought everyone from Steve Aoki, Calvin Harris and Boys Noize to name a few. They even put on an event at San Diego’s Petco Park, which featured Skrillex and Avicii. During the summer season they put on a Wave House series, which is the largest DJs in the world like Wolfgang Gartner and Madeon at a beachside wave-house featuring two Waves if you want to surf while listening to your favorite DJs. They presented the Identity Tour’s San Diego Stop, and have also have a strong DJ-roster.

It’s quite overwhelming the enormity in which LED has conducted themselves in the last few years, bringing the best and critically acclaimed talent in the electronic music industry, cultivating names like deadmau5 from Eats Everything to Daedelus. They recently have been bringing talent to Orange County's Yost Theater. During Labor Day weekend, they present the 2-Day massive, called Tramps Like Us located at the San Diego Sports Arena, named after their initial parties at Voyeur. And talent-wise it’s stacked. Do you like Moby, Flux Pavilion, Jack Beats, Nicky Romero, Tommy Trash, Rusko, Wolfgang Gartner and TJR? Well, there’s even more. Throughout Labor Day Weekend, there will also be a series of events at Wave House and Voyeur. Magnetic Magazine will be covering all of it. And you can purchase your tickets from the ticket links below.

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Manufactured Superstars and Bassjackers on Sunday August 26 at Wave House. Purchase tickets here.

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EDM Culture Is Alive And Strong In San Diego Thanks To LED—Labor Day Weekend Is Going To Nuts