Thomas Gold Returns to NYC at Governor’s Island Beach Club

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Just watch the video and don’t ask questions.

Producer Thomas Gold from Berlin, Germany will be returning to the magical venue that is Governor’s Island Beach Club in NYC on August 29th. Question: What’s better than to get on a 15 minute ferry ride from the Big Apple to go rave on an island looking over the Hudson Bay towards the city skyline, accompanied by light shows, dancers, and excited concert-goers? Your answer should be nothing because this venue has it all. There’s water by your side, light shows and music blaring out of speakers from every direction, confetti, streamers, cool fog in your face, neon palm trees and people in onesies walking across the crowd in a giant hamster ball, it really doesn’t get better than this. Gov’s Island has hosted the likes of Gareth Emery, Hardwell, Dirty South, Benny Benassi and many more memorable names, so expectations are always sky high when it comes to Gov’s Island events.

Thomas Gold has been playing major festivals all over the globe for the past bunch of years including EDC, Tomorrowland, Ultra and others that I probably haven’t even heard of. He has made a huge name for himself in the business and this is definitely a show that you don’t want to miss. Early Bird tickets are on sale now for CHEAP, and special guests (who are without a doubt going to be unreal) haven’t even been announced yet. Get on this while you can, because it’s not every summer that he comes around to the East Coast.

Here’s a playlist of all of Thomas Gold’s original tracks to assist in the decision making process, or simply for your enjoyment.

Dillon Francis – Bruk Bruk (I Need Your Lovin)

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After finishing his Money Sucks Friends Rule tour earlier this year, Dillon Francis is about to hit the road again to promote his new EP This Mixtape is Fire. Francis recently released Bruk Bruk (I Need Your Lovin) to promote the mixtape, and he’s hit close to 1.5 million plays. For those who have seen Dillon live, you may recognize the “Bruk Bruk” heard right before the drop, as he’s thrown this transition into his sets before. I highly recommended seeing this dude live as he never disappoints in throwing a wild party every time he hits the stage. Find a city near you and get your tickets for his tour that goes until the end of October here, and enjoy the ride.