Audien Brings his Progressive House Never Died Show to New York’s Avant Gardner this Friday

The progressive house king, Audien is set to make his return back to New York City this Friday for a show at the illustrious Avant Gardner in Brooklyn. Over the past 10 year’s we’ve seen many genres of dance music come and go but one that seems to have captivated fans has always been progressive house. The genre saw it’s golden days during the 2012-2014 era of dance music. During that time, Audien produced some of the most iconic progressive house tracks including ‘Circles’ and his remix of Bastille’s ‘Pompeii’.

Being one of the core artists of the genre, Audien put together a tour theme called ‘”Progressive House Never Died” to give fans the opportunity to either relive or experience for the first time the magic of progressive house. The artist is set make his return to NYC this Friday and he will be bringing with him a handful of talents artists including Frank Walker, Hook N Sling, Mike Williams, Codeko and Danny Quest.

The event is presented by Project 91 events group and you can expect to hear many classic dance tracks at the show. Tickets are running low so be sure to scoop them up here now before they are all gone.