Martin Garrix Returns to NYC for Two Nights at Brooklyn Navy Yard



Kevin Ng


April 1, 2024

Martin Garrix is returning to New York City to rally out the party animals this upcoming weekend at Brooklyn Navy Yard – Building 293 for two nights on 4/5 and 4/6. It was less than a year ago when the Dutch superstar sold out four consecutive back to back shows at the Brooklyn Mirage which was a record breaking feat at such an iconic venue in the big apple. The difference this time around is that he will be bringing out an even more robust lineup with talents from his very own STMPD RCRDS.

Presented by a powerhouse team from STMPD RCRDS, Pulse Events, Nebula, and Apollo ID, Martin Garrix & Friends promises an unforgettable weekend of electrifying energy. Fans will be treated to a special two-hour set by Martin Garrix himself, where his renowned stage presence and diverse arsenal of bangers and classics will be sure to leave crowds spellbound. His performances do not disappoint in terms of bringing in a balance of explosive energy to vocal portions enchanting crowds to sing along with his massive discography of hits. There’s no doubt to why he is regarded as one of the top DJ’s in the world and plays at the biggest festivals and venues every year.

Joining Garrix on support is a diverse roster of newcomers and staples from the STMPD RCRDS family and includes Dubvision, Infuze, Julian Jordan, Justin Mylo, Mesto, and Summun. Tickets are still available here as of this moment but be quick because the hype around this weekend is on a whole another level with this being the first major event of the Spring in New York.

Founded in 2015, Pulse Events has become a leader in the Asian-American electronic music scene, hosting events across North America. They previously hosted industry-leading electronic music artists such as Afrojack, Gryffin, KSHMR, Kill The Noise, Like Mike, Seven Lions, Vini Vici, Yellow Claw, and more. More recently, they held Spring Festival: Lunar New Year Celebration where SLANDER and Alan Walker headlined the festival. The brand has organized world tours for K-pop acts like EXO and Big Bang. 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.

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