Pulse Events is bringing the heat with its phase 2 lineup for their Spring Festival: Lunar New Year Celebration at Brooklyn’s Avant Gardner on February 18-19, 2024. Headlined by SLANDER and Alan Walker, this two-day event is not just about music but promises a full-blown celebration of Chinese New Year and the Lunar calendar’s spring. Tickets are still available for purchase on DICE.
The Phase 2 lineup introduces a mix of local Asian-American talent. SLANDER leads the charge on Sunday, supported by Trivecta and Samplifire. The Great Hall will also feature local talent REMIX and Jom Zeng B2B Zion. Sunday night at Kings Hall boasts dynamic performances from local acts like G-NET, Orlost, DYVERGENT, GRIMMACE, and PSYTOXI.
Monday sees Alan Walker in the Great Hall, joined by 4B, Henry Fong, 4YU, and CYBERPUNK. What So Not headlines Kings Hall on Monday, with support from SunRyse, Kasi Opi B2B Charmy, and closing acts Auxygen, Minijoy B2B 1MO.
Pulse Event’s Spring Festival goes beyond music, featuring a lively night market with Lunar New Year treats. Attendees can enjoy immersive experiences like a glam station, interactive photo booth, Kandi Bracelet stations, Spin The Wheel excitement, and a Fortune Wall for writing wishes.
Established in 2015, Pulse Events has emerged as a key player in the Asian-American electronic music scene, specializing in organizing concerts and live performances across North America and beyond. With a mission to pioneer cultural and media innovation, this event producer and promoter brand has successfully hosted industry-leading electronic music artists like Afrojack, Gryffin, KSHMR, Kill The Noise, Like Mike, Seven Lions, Vini Vici, Yellow Claw, and others. Pulse Events has also produced world tours for South Korean acts such as EXO and Big Bang.
Pulse Events aims to represent Asian-Americans within the global dance music community by paying homage to the Lunar New Year. In 2024, Pulse Events will further champion the Asian American market by holding more events and supporting youth organizations and groups that highlight Asian culture. In addition to dance music events, Pulse Events created the Krazy Super concert to promote K-pop music in New York and Los Angeles, uniting more fans who love Asian culture.