4th Annual New Year's Eve Ballwith Richard VissionChristopher LawrenceDJ BL3ND
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  • Price $40/ $50
  • Doors 8:00 PM
  • Show 8:00 PM
  • Age Policy 18
  • On Sale 11/29/2011

Event Info

  • 1000 lbs of Confetti to Rain Down Throughout the Night!
  • 3 Areas with a variety of great music by some of Houston's finest talent
  • 7 Bars and 15+ Bartenders to satisy your thirst
  • Confetti Countdown and midnight toast
  • Amazing Brand New Sound System
  • Breath taking Light System
  • Table/Balcony/Party Booth Packages Available
  • 30,000 sq feet of Non-Stop Party Space

Local Support by:

  • DJ Riddler
  • Sean Carnahan & Surain
  • Brian Stovall
  • Lawrence & Celauro
  • Vance Lawrence
  • JC Vanegas
  • Tony Santana
  • Blake Silverstein
  • Best Legz
  • Tager n Funk
  • Bjorn Larsen
  • Chris Calix
  • Joe Dismal
  • Ted Beezy
  • Dread Foxx
  • Big Bend
  • Oscillator Z

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Richard Vission:

Grammy nominated remixer/ producer Richard Vission rocks dance floors around the world with his recent remixes of Weezer, RadioHead, Timbaland, Prince, Lady Gaga, Static Revenger and David Bowie, as well as his original productions like "Somebody" and his new single "Never Be Alone" is set for release early 2009. His label Solmatic has grown from releasing some of the top underground bangers of the year to being a full blown dance club residency phenom - (think F**k Me I'm Famous 3 years ago)

Vission consistently ranks in the TOP 30 DJs for the last decade - showing no sign of slowing down in 2008, From million selling pop star LP credits to hosting the longest running mix show in the US, "Power Tools" - Vission's work is met with enthusiasm from the top of the charts, to soul of the underground.

Christopher Lawrence:

Winner of 'Best American DJ' (DJ Times) in 2008 and voted the #4 DJ in the World by DJ Magazine’s ‘Top 100’ poll for 2006, Christopher Lawrence is recognized worldwide as one of the World's top DJs and producers. Dubbed "A Superstar DJ" by the US’s URB and “One Of The Most Popular DJs On The Global Circuit” by DJ Magazine, Christopher Lawrence is one of the biggest, most respected and popular names in dance music today. Once an outsider in a world dominated by European and UK DJs, Christopher has risen to the top of the international dance music heap. He is now considered one of the key global players and America’s leading dance music export, playing his tough techno trance sets main stage at the world’s biggest festivals and superclubs.


DJ BL3ND didn’t start out with hopes of being an online star.

“When I was 15 I started DJing at school, and then I bought my own equipment and started DJing mobile parties, weddings, little kids parties,” he says. “I enjoyed it, but I wanted to play music that I liked, so I looked for club that would let them show them my skills. My goal was to be a club resident, but no one ever gave me a chance—they denied me, told me they already had a DJ.” That’s when DJ BL3ND started streaming DJ sets online.

“I’d get one to four viewers per day. It was kind of sad, but I was happy for my four viewers,” he says. I started watching YouTube videos to improve my skills, but I noticed they would focus just on the turntables and hands, and the videos weren’t that entertaining. So I found this mask—I wanted to be as crazy as I wanted without people knowing my identity.”

His breakthrough video, the DJ Bl3nd Club Mix 2010, has now earned more than 22 million plays. He still focuses on mixing other people’s music—his favorite artists are Afrojack, DJ Chucky, the Swedish House Mafia and the Bloody Beetroots - but will release an original electro-house track later this year. He’s also planning a world tour—but the mask will stay on.

“BL3ND is a mystery to a lot of people,” he says. “No one knows my voice, my age—all anyone knows is the character.”