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“Together As One” For New Year's Eve

Michela Fossati-Bellani |
December 6, 2010 | 5:34 p.m. PST

Staff Reporter

Together as One in 2007 (Insomniac Events)
Together as One in 2007 (Insomniac Events)
You should probably rethink your New Year's Eve plans if they don't involve "Together As One."

Many of you regretted missing Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) in June.

So why not make your first resolution a little bit in advance and dance your way into 2011 regret free?

Redeem yourself by attending Go Ventures & Insomniac Events 13th Annual Together As One (TAO) on New Year's Eve.

Unlike other electronic music events, Insomniac Events manages to intrigue and entertain a variety of people through their outstanding productions.

Last year each production element surpassed attendees’ expectations and this year the lineup has set the stage again.

The night's main acts feature Markus Schluz (his second consecutive year at TAO), Dada Life, Rusko, Major Lazer feat. Diplo & Switch, Laidback Luke and Wolfgang Gartner.

Laidback Luke brings hybrid house styles to the table like it’s nobody’s business (It's safe to say his performance on day two at EDC was one of the best.)

Throughout 2010, he has produced huge remixed hits of Wynter Gordon’s "Dirty Talk," as well as mixes for Ferry Corsten, Calvin Harris and Moby.

Laidback Luke has also put out some of his own projects like "Till Tonight" feat. Jonathan Mendelsohn, and "Turbulence" by Luke and Steve Aoki feat. Lil Jon.

Wolfgang Gartner has been producing nothing but innovate sounds in 2010. He combines funked-up techno with scattered bass and zip line beats.

Wolfgang Gartner adds new house energy to the stage as he drops wild beats and brings the crowd to another level (you'll probably never hear a live show quite like his).

Apart from recruiting many of the most outstanding musical talents, Insomniac Events enhances the experience by synchronizing the stages’ LED backdrops and laser fans with each artist’s distinct style.

Last year TAO not only entertained 50,000+, it converted many party-goers into cultured house music fanatics.

The event will provide the necessary escape for those of us with a passion and appreciation for music.

General admission tickets for TAO are available on Ticketmaster, but if you want to save $12-13 on service fees, go the sports arena ticket office and buy the ticket for $70.

If you’re on the “starving-college-student” budget, get your tickets soon because the price will go up.

Skip bar hopping, forget about regular parties and leave Ryan Seacrest and the ball drop at home. Experience something different with your friends at TAO for New Year's Eve.

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