After bringing the globally renowned Sensation to North America for the first time last October with Innerspace Brooklyn, and following with an event in Canada, ID&T returns to bring their all-white party to the United States with an expansive tour. While New York was treated to the Innerspace theme in 2012, 2013 will bring The Ocean Of White to cities across America this fall with seven more exclusively 21+ affairs. With stops in San Francisco, Las Vegas, Miami, and New York, ticket sales for the next round of Sensation parties will begin on Friday, June 14th at 10am local times. Jump below the break for tour dates, venues, and the corresponding ticket information.
Launched in 2000 by ID&T, the Sensation brand has grown to become the largest global dance music event in the world – to date over 80 Sensation events have been held worldwide. Last year marked the first time the iconic event would touch down on American soil, selling out in minutes and transforming Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn in a sea of white for two days in late October. This fall Sensation returns for an extended US tour, bringing its alabaster aesthetics to a much larger American audience as it invades San Francisco, New York, Las Vegas and Miami.
In order to alleviate the stress of grabbing a ticket, Sensation is offering a special promotion for fans to become Club Members. As a member, fans will receive access to exclusive pre-sale information and updates on Sensation. Sign up today, registration is simple and early ticket access is guaranteed.
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With the long overdue North American debut in New York last year, Sensation announces another notable first for 2013. This time a Canadian venture at Toronto’s Rogers Centre on June 1. With a diverse line-up including the likes of Eric Prydz, Fedde Le Grand, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Otto Knows and 2000 and One, the one-day event will bring regular event assets Mr. White and MC Gee alongside an A-list collection of global talents to prove that their forward-motions are not to be limited to North American club land.
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For our Canadian audience gearing up for the first ever Sensation event, Bud Light and aux.tv bring you ten rules to ensure a flawless party experience. Whether at an outdoor festival, 4 a.m. after hours, or massive event like Bud Light’s Sensation Canada, all parties benefit fromt the same rules and etiquette. Keep the party going and your feet moving with this handy list of tips that’ll help you navigate the party of the summer (and all subsequent parties, so keep them in your back pocket).
Tickets for Bud Light’s Sensation Canada won’t go on sale until March 8th, but Bud Light has you covered. They are offering Dancing Astronaut a limited release of pre-sale tickets for the inaugural event and if Sensation Brooklyn was any indication, this event will sell out fast. When the iconic event touched down on American soil back in October the event sold out in mere minutes, leaving countless fans disappointed and empty-handed.
Head on over to Ticketmaster and use the promo code: BLLIGHTITUP to ensure your attendance at Canada’s first Sensation event.
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On June 1st, Bud Light plans to revolutionize the party lifestyle in Canada by partnering with the Sensation brand to bring Bud Light’s Sensation to Toronto, marking the first time the iconic event will touch down on Canadian soil. For the last few years the Canadian house music scene has been gaining momentum and according to Todd Allen, Brand Director for Bud Light, the beverage company wants “to inspire Canadians to share in something they will never forget.” Much like previous Sensation events, Bud Light’s Canadian iteration will adhere to the strict white dress code and aims to provide a similarly classy appeal to its inaugural party. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 8 at 10 a.m. EDT through Ticketmaster at www.ticketmaster.ca and www.sensation.com or by calling 1-855-985-5000.
Sensation had its North America inauguration last October and instantly became known as the most unique event to reach the states. With production grand enough to break Brooklyn’s sound limit, the rest of the continent will be in for a treat when the event begins to pop up in new cities. Luckily, for our neighbors to the north, the next Sensation event has been announced and will moving out of the United States to touch down in Canada. While no details regarding location or dates have been revealed, one this is certain — Canadians are in for a treat this year.Posted by
With all that has transpired over the course of our, young, new year, Sensation’s American inauguration three months ago seems like a distant memory to those tuned in to dance music news. To residents in Brooklyn, New York, however, it feels like just yesterday. Brooklyn’s Barclays Center opened last fall as home to the Brooklyn Nets and has since hosted a variety of concerts, ranging from Jay-Z to Justin Bieber, that have caused complaints from neighbors — but none have been as loud as Sensation America.
“It was so loud that night that I had my headphones on watching TV — and I could still feel the vibration and hear the noise from the show” – Wayne Bailey, Brooklyn Resident and Barclays Center neighbor
Read below the break to find out how loud and how Brooklyn is paying the consequences.
Fedde Le Grand releases Sensation Innerspace – New York 2012 two-disc set, recaptures the event’s magic
Following a musical weekend unlike any other on American soil, Sensation resident Fedde Le Grand has released a double-disc set to commemorate the event’s move stateside. Sensation Innerspace – New York 2012 encapsulates the feel, the magic, and the music of the now-international event, featuring captivating track selections from Nom De Strip & Hatiras, dBerrie, Technasia, and, of course, Fedde himself. The first disc is mixed by Fedde Le Grand and is defined by its chest-thumping basslines and barely-mainstream tracks. The second disc is the official Sensation Innerspace Mix, finely curated by the seasoned sound senses of ID&T.
Playing these discs back-to-back recreates some of the magic apparent at Sensation NYC last weekend. The sets are not your typical progressive house compilations, but instead mimic the energy and excitement of the global event and can easily be compared to those played at the Barcalys Center last weekend. We are thoroughly enjoying the extension of Sensation and urge you to do the same. Click past the break to check out the full tracklists and pick up your copy of the sets on iTunes.
Fedde Le Grand – Sensation Innerspace (2 two-disc set) [snippet]
You couldn’t ignore the feeling that something special was happening in Brooklyn, New York on Friday night — as it appeared, a majestic flock of white souls were pouring into the brand new, spaceship resembling Barclays Center. Approaching the arena at 8pm to see a never-ending scatter of people dressed in white from head to toe, I was overwhelmed with nostalgia. The visual was one thing, but the excitement in the air – unavoidable upon entrance — brought me back to my last Sensation experience exactly 7 months earlier in Hasselt, Belgium. Before setting foot inside the arena, standing amongst the 15,000 other concertgoers, it became evident that this night would go down in dance music history.