On December 30th and 31st, Porter Robinson, one of the shining stars of EDM’s new class, sold out Chicago’s Congress theater for two back to back nights with a stacked supporting cast featuring Hardwell, Deniz Koyu, Dannic, the M Machine and more. Press play and relive the experience that rocked the iconic theater to ring in 2013.
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