Brazilian DJ and hot-shot Vintage Culture announces 12 shows which he will be performing during his Las Vegas residency taking on the stage on some of the best iconic Las Vegas night-clubs
Hot on the heels of Vintage Culture‘s sold-out international tour, multiple platinum releases, and chart-topping tracks comes the announcement of his first Las Vegas residency in conjunction with the world-famous Tao Group.
Vintage Culture DJ featuring a set filled with hits such as “Slow Down,” “In The Dark,” “Free” and his classic remix “Love Tonight“, expect an adrenaline-infused rush from the stage straight into the audience.
Regarding the announcement, Vintage Culture states: “Having a residency in Vegas was always a dream of mine, at this point in my career it is hard to distinguish between dreams and reality anymore. Moments like this make me realize how important it is to endure, persevere and stick to your vision. I feel so blessed by the support I’m receiving around the world.”
He adds, “Brazilian fans are known to be one of the most passionate crowds, but every time I discover a new place, I see the beauty that inspires me to go further. Vegas gives me the opportunity to reach new people and a new home to welcome them. I am so excited to begin this journey alongside so many other talented artists with the Tao Group”.
Vintage Culture rose to international stardom and infatuated audiences worldwide through his songwriting, studio productions, and stage presence. Known for his irresistible melodies combined with driving instrumental rhythms, he has created a mesmerizing style and sound which is instantly recognizable.
In Vintage Culture tour he is returning to Marquee in March and following this, fans can check his monthly appearances throughout the year. We can count on 12 shows altogether, some of which will include Vintage Culture’s own debut label, scenography, and many other surprises along the way. returning to Marquee in March, and following this, fans can check his monthly appearances throughout the year. We can count on 12 shows altogether, some of which will include Vintage Culture’s own debut label, scenography, and many other surprises along the way.