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So Stoked
Once Upon a So Stoked
Friday, January 31
7pm - after hours.
trance. hardcore. d+b. house. bass.
all ages.
$10, $15 limited advance;
$20 after;
$25 < 9pm;
$30 after.
Main Room:

Alex Di Stefano
Luna-C & Lowercase
Just Trees
Carrotkore and friends (Kandi Up)


Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, Untz beats could be heard way off in the distance. If a maiden or knight stood at the edge of the magical forest they could hear beautiful music. But only someone PLUR of heart could travel into the forest and find the most magical party in all the land. Deep in the forest, princess, nymphs, knights, and folks of all magic gathered and danced all through the night to wicket beats that were spun from enchanting wizard DJs. Spells were cast all night so the party never ended and peace spread throughout the land. Kandi beads grew on the trees and love overflowed from the streams. Waves of unity floated through the air and respect was felt by all.

Alex Di Stefano is a native of Italy who brings a breath of fresh air with a unique style of techno trance supported by the likes of Armin van Buuren, Aly & Fila, Simon Patterson, John Askew to name but a few. He has performed for global brands such as Subculture, Open Up, VII, Digital Society, In Trance We Trust, J00F Editions and has played at Tomorrowland, Dreamstate, Luminosity, ADE (In Trance We Trust), EDC Orlando, Exchange LA, Avalon Hollywood, The Gallery (Ministry of Sound), Circus Montreal, Koko London, and many more.

Luna-C is an artist who has left his mark on the world of hardcore electronica like no other. Starting as a member of the Smart E's (whose hit "Sesame's Treet" caused hysteria in the club and in the headphones of ravers alike), Luna C helped bring dance music to the mainstream. Un-afraid to push the envelope like no other, Luna-C became known for playing supasets of EDM that touch on all the great dance music movements from old skool hardcore to neo-rave to breakcore to drum and bass to more experimental sounds. Luna C makes a room go absolutely nuts every time, reminding us all of what made the rave movement such a fun, vital place to be back in the day.