Globally renowned DJ, producer, songwriter, and instrumentalist Gareth Emery has just announced arguably the most exciting Halloween weekend out there this 2020. Sweeping through the Sap Center in San Jose, California, Gareth is bringing three socially distant Drive-In shows to the Bay Area. MAKE SURE TO PRE-REGISTER HERE. Tickets go on sale October 8th at 12pm PT, 3pm ET at ticketmaster.com.
Taking place October 30, 31, and November 1, electronic music enthusiasts and music lovers alike are set to pour into the Bay Area for Gareth’s ‘We’ll Be Ok Halloween Drive-In.’ Last month, Gareth sold out three tremendous ‘We’ll Be Ok’ nights in Anaheim, California, signaling his return to touring. After a long seven month break, Gareth is now standing at the forefront of the industry in taking the stage back for live shows.
Tickets are one per vehicle and every passenger must wear a seatbelt. This Halloween Drive-In comes off the heels of Gareth’s weekend showdown in Anaheim, which took the winning spot in Drive-In shows thus far. Featuring an array of music from his 2020 album THE LASERS, as well as strings of Gareth classics including “Concrete Angel,” “Saving Light,” “Sansa,” “Sanctuary,” “Hands,” “U,” and heaps more, the sold-out crowds were in absolute heaven during in his two-and-a-half hour sets. The buzz from Anaheim is yet to stop, as everyone who joined can’t stop talking about how sincerely amazing it felt to be back at a show. If you’re craving your first dose back, don’t miss out on these upcoming shows.
More recently known for his mind-blowing Laserface tours, anyone who knows Gareth’s live shows knows his production setup is nothing short of world-class. He filled Anaheim’s Drive-In with tons of lights, a top-notch sound system, A1 visuals, and all the bells and whistles dance music fans expect from an outstanding live show. San Jose will be yet another testament to Gareth’s spectacular live music experiences, and is easily going to stand out as the best event of Halloween 2020.
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