Valentine’s Day is a special day for a number of reasons. For the single kids out there, it’s a time to reflect on taking care of yourself and your own needs. For the couples, it’s a chance to express love and affection in the form of pink hearts, chocolates, and in the case of Foundation Nightclub, all the trance anyone could ever want. Of course when it comes to open-to-close sets, a date is never a requirement.
The last time Max Graham passed through Seattle, he gifted Foundation Nightclub with its first ever open-to-close set, taking us on a five hour journey through everything from the harder avenues of trance to gritty tech house. Now he’s making his triumphant return for his #CyclesTour2015, this time for a special Valentine’s Day Progression Saturday. Whether you’re planning on taking that special someone or flying solo, Graham seldom disappoints when he takes over the decks in Seattle.
He’ll of course be rolling in to promote his newest compilation, Cycles 6, as “a ‘Yearly Snapshot’ of his own musical journey.” In our last couple conversations with Graham, we’ve been nothing but impressed, tracking his days as a scratch DJ in the 80s to the astronomical heights he’s risen to today. In the words of the man himself, “personally I don’t purchase by genre. I’m kind of too diverse for my own good. If it’s good and it fits my set, I can play it.” That diversity is a hallmark of an artist who thrives on longer sets, and we’re excited to be giving you the chance to win two tickets! You can grab tickets now for just $15, and enter below for your chance to go for free!
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