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Tiësto Club Life invades UNR

From page B10 | March 06, 2013 |

PR Entertainment, Ruby Skye and Midnite present the Tiësto “Club Life Campus Invasion Tour” with special guests Tommy Trash, Quintino, Alvaro and Erik Lobe at the Lawlor Event Center, University of Nevada, Reno on Thursday, March 7.

“Club Life College Invasion Tour,” is the largest dance music tour to ever hit the American college market. Tiësto will headline the tour, which stops at campuses across the United States.

In 2011, Tiësto’s “Club Life College Invasion Tour” made waves nationally for being the first tour of its kind to specifically target college markets.

The tour, which visited 18 college markets across the USA and Canada was a phenomenal success. Tiësto’s “Club Life College Invasion Tour” culminated with Tiësto’s sold-out record-breaking performance at the 26,000 seat Home Depot Center in Los Angeles.

Tiësto has transcended musical genres to create a global “Tiësto” brand. His achievements include: a Grammy nomination, numerous MTV awards, performing at the opening ceremony of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games to an audience of billions, and even a wax statue at Madame Tussauds.

With more than 13 million friends on Facebook, 1.5 million followers on Twitter, more than 300 million hits on YouTube, a globally syndicated Club Life Radio Show and his Club Life Podcast, not to mention having played to millions live around the world, Tiësto has truly become a universal phenomenon.

He has worked with superstars such as Kanye West, Coldplay, Gotye, Katy Perry, Nelly Furtado, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Goldfrapp and many more.

In 2012 Tiësto achieved new heights in his stellar career — launching his very own Club Life Radio Channel on Sirius XM, releasing his Guess by Tiësto clothing line and AKG by Tiësto headphone range and iPhone app, along with his hugely successful “Club Life — Volume Two Miami” album. Headline performances at festivals around the world, residencies at Pacha in Ibiza and the Wynn in Las Vegas have made 2012 his biggest year yet.

Tickets are now on sale for this all ages event.General admission tickets are available starting at  $35 at all TicketsWest outlets, at the Lawlor Event Center box office or online at Purchase by phone by calling TicketsWest at 800-325-SEAT (7328). Students with a valid college ID receive a $5 discount on advanced tickets.





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