One of the Northwest’s favorite producers, Gareth Emery, has officially put an end date on his All-Night sets. These incredibly impressive sets last up to 7 hours and have taken place in cities all over the world. Set locations range from The Shrine in LA, Terminal 5 in New York, Electric Brixton in London, to Echostage in DC.
Gareth shared in an Instagram post that these sets take an insane amount of preparation and that despite these events being ridiculously amazing, it is time for them to come to a bittersweet end. His plans for the future include additional time to create new tracks and a focus on continuing to advance his already stunning production as shown in his Laserface tour when he wowed audiences in the PNW with his stop in Seattle earlier this year.
With that hardening news, the last OpenXClose show will be held in Portland, Oregon at the venue 45 East. It’s just a short drive from the Seattle area, so if you want to catch his last show of this kind, it’s not going to be difficult to catch him there in October.
Although these all-night ventures are coming to an end, Gareth Emery plans to bring all of his ethereal synths to his future performances. He also shared that he really wants to create more sets with an underground and obscure vibe, which can only excite fans to see what he will bring to the scene moving forward. As always, with Gareth, this will probably mean more unreleased tracks and unique paths he goes down in the future.
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