The Worlds #1 DJ

Paul van Dyk

Extended 4 Hour set

When
Fri May 12, 2006
Where
1015 (Ten 15)
Time
9pm-7am
Tags
Clubs, Dance Clubs, House Music, Techno

Description

Paul van Dyk, The worlds #1 DJ, returns to 1015 for an exclusive 4 Hour set
*** VIP PACKAGE AVAILABLE ***
* FREE DRINKS 9PM-2AM
* Expedited entrance
* Private rooms with the best views in the house
* Free Gourmet Sushi served from 9-11

MAIN ROOM
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Paul van Dyk (Extended 4 Hour DJ Set)
Jerry Bonham
DJ Taj (1015 Resident)

VIP
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Dimitris Mykonos (1015 Resident / Pleasurezone)
Eddie Santana
AO
DJ Hope

HIP HOP LOUNGE
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Ean Golden
Illtrax

Reserve your private table now! Send an e-mail to (tables@1015.com)

From early Berlin techno and house through to progressive trance, producer/DJ Paul Van Dyk has soundtracked the German electronic dance scene ever since he moved to the city and began mixing in 1988. A native of a German town near Frankfurt, Van Dyk first heard house music on the radio during the mid-'80s. Soon he was experimenting with a rudimentary turntable setup, and after hitting Berlin, he gigged around the city. By 1991, he had appeared at the legendary Tresor club; he later set up his own E-Werk club, and debuted on record as Visions of Shiva, with fellow trance wizard Cosmic Baby. He remixed for New Order, Humate, Sven Vth, and others, then signed to the German MFS Records for his first album, 1994's 45 RPM. By the midpoint of the 1990s, Paul Van Dyk had become a globe-trotting DJ and remixer. His second album, Seven Ways, resulted in British and German dance-chart entries for the singles "Beautiful Place," "Forbidden Fruit," and "Words." While both of his albums were issued in America during 1998, Van Dyk added a remix collection (Perspective) and mix album (Vorsprung Dyk Technik) to his discography. 2000 saw the release of the single "Tell Me Why (The Riddle)," the album Out There and Back, and the EP We Are Alive. As a follow-up to global club dates in support of those releases, Van Dyk released another EP, Columbia, in mid-2001. After a relatively quiet 2002 (on the recording front), Van Dyk returned with a mix-album/greatest-hits/DVD (Global), the soundtrack to a film (Zurdo), and a new production album (Reflections). The Politics of Dancing, Vol. 2 arrived in 2005. ~ John Bush, All Music Guide

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Location

  1. 1015 (Ten 15)
    1015 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA