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tyDi Shatters Expectations At Last Supper Club’s 15th Anniversary

Huge stars in small venues – it doesn’t get much rowdier than that.  tyDi, our favorite Aussie producer and DJ, was the crowning achievement of a flawless celebration at Last Supper Club.  The storied Seattle nightclub rang in one of its final nights by pulling out all the stops and showing everyone in attendance what 15 years’ experience can achieve.

Hors d’oeuvres, deep house, and $1 champagne started the evening right.  LSC residents Ajax and Mikey G. provided the lively, groovy backdrop for the night’s candlelit intro.  This VIP reception was a who’s-who of familiar Last Supper faces, and the club’s owners made the rounds – ensuring a good time for all and reliving over a decade’s worth of memories.

Kryspin Ignites the Last Supper Club crowd

Kryspin rounds out local support for tyDi (Credit: JIve Photography)

After the food was cleared away and the tables removed, the crowd quickly flooded to the dance floor.  Northwest favorites WEB and Kryspin quickly and effortlessly brought the energy to a fever pace.  Touches of all genres played like a revue of the diverse artists Last Supper Club has pulled over the years.  Electro house, progressive house, dubstep, trap, trance…every style made an appearance in the hours leading up to the headline act.

And then there was tyDi.  We have to take a moment to editorialize: tyDi is one of the most genuine, electrifying artists in EDM.  His set at Last Supper Club was festival roar in a bottle.  The energy of his stage presence overtook the entire venue.  Soaring through memorable moment after memorable moment, tyDi demonstrated his singular talent for connecting with fans.  Holding up a sign that read “This Is A Good Sign,” tyDi shared hugs, handshakes, kisses, drinks, and debauchery with fans practically standing on the stage with him.  Never missing a beat musically, Tyson proved once and for all that the best moments come in the most intimate places.

tyDi takes a moment to talk to the crowd at Last Supper Club

“Now I found me, found me here in this place” – tyDi

The night of reverie ended with tyDi spending one-on-one time with his fans.  The meet & greet turned into a series of photographs and wild moments.  Each fan was granted a moment with their favorite artists.  Sleep was continually pushed back for one more minute in the crowd.  At one of Last Supper Club’s most packed events, there was nothing but smiles.

Jubilant tyDi Fans at Last Supper Club

Jubilant tyDi Fans at Last Supper Club

Last Supper Club still has some epic nights planned before it closes its doors permanently in January, but many of us in attendance last Wednesday will remember that night as the perfect epilogue to the story of an incredible club.

Leave a comment below with your favorite Last Supper Club memory!  Let’s celebrate one and a half decades of great music and amazing people!  Click here to see our entire collection of photos from the 15th Anniversary show!


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