CircoLoco Art Basel Miami Featuring Tale of Us, Damian Lazarus, and Seth Troxler on December 3
CircoLoco Los Angeles with Virgil Abloh, Tale of Us, Seth Troxler, and Perel on December 4
CircoLoco is breaking new ground in 2021; the legendary party recently announced the launch of its own record label, CircoLoco Records, and has now revealed the artists who will be joining them on their first overseas tour in over a year, in collaboration with longtime promoter partners Teksupport. The Martinez Brothers, Seth Troxler, Damian Lazarus, Michael Bibi, Perel, Chloé Caillet, and Mink will provide world-class soundtracking across the brand’s touchdowns in New York, Miami, and Los Angeles.
New York will be the first city to host a CircoLoco takeover, which will take place in an undisclosed Brooklyn warehouse over two nights during Halloween Weekend. On Friday, October 29, South African superstar and Grammy nominee Black Coffee will perform as the headliner. He’ll be joined by Virgil Abloh of Off-White, DJ Tennis of Life and Death, and Chloé Caillet of PVBLIC XCESS. The Martinez Brothers, Cuttin’ Headz bosses and IMG signees, will perform alongside Crosstown Rebels founder Damian Lazarus, Solid Grooves’ Michael Bibi, DFA and Running Back’s Perel, and Mink the following night.
CircoLoco will travel to the South and West with Virgil Abloh, Damian Lazarus, and Perel. The brand will reunite with Damian Lazarus, a crowd favorite in the city for his iconic Get Lost marathons, for the party’s highly anticipated Art Basel Miami debut. CircoLoco will be joined by fellow legends Seth Troxler and Tale of Us in Miami, before heading west to Los Angeles for its day-to-night extravaganza. Virgil Abloh and Perel will also make a triumphant return to the CircoLoco stage, treating guests to one-of-a-kind golden hour performances.
CircoLoco is one of the longest-running brands in underground dance music, having represented house and techno for more than 20 years through its parties at Ibiza’s DC10 and around the world. CircoLoco’s dance floor has become a major crossroads for underground dance music, fashion, art, and wider culture as its reputation has grown.