Today Los Angeles based event collective Stranger Than; has announced Stranger Than; Beach Party, one of LA’s only large-scale electronic music events to take place on the sand. Held at historic Cabrillo Beach on March 25th, the revolutionary event will feature a special b2b performance from Innervisions label heads ÂME and DIXON, alongside some of house and techno’s most respected selectors.
Both known as visionaries of modern techno in their own rights, DIXON and ÂME will grace the decks for one of their rare and coveted b2b sets. The Berlin-based, Innervisions label founders remain some of the electronic space’s most revered icons, revelers of eclectic techno and champions of the avant garde.
Exemplifying forward-thinking sonic curation, JIMI JULES, whose groundbreaking ‘My City’s On Fire’ release off his Innervisions album ‘+’ became the anthem of the past year, will go b2b with mysterious rising underground star TRIKK. German-born, Brooklyn-based DJ and producer TONY Y NOT rounds out the stacked lineup.
A never-before-used venue, the sandy shores of Cabrillo Beach serve as an idyllic backdrop for the groundbreaking musical showcase. Stranger Than; Beach Party will offer electronic music fans unobstructed views of the coast and an unparalleled, day-into-night oceanfront experience as the sun dips behind the Pacific Ocean.
Stranger Than; Beach Party demonstrates Stranger Than’s knack for debuting new locations for its iconic events, consistently unlocking new depths for the local dance community and serving as revolutionaries in the space. Led by by founder Tal Ohana, Stranger Than; has remained a key force in the US electronic music scene, having introduced unique urban venues such as Grand Park on the steps of City Hall, El Pueblo in front of Union Station, and Ace Mission Studios at the foot of DTLA’s 4th street bridge. Stranger Than now prevails on both coasts, regularly producing leading events for global institutions such as CircoLoco and most recently famed Burning Man soundcamp Mayan Warrior, whose US tour saw Stranger Than gather tens of thousands across the country.