When I heard AVB was making a stop in London, I was completely ecstatic. Though I’m growing out of trance and towards house and dubstep, AVB is nothing short of a God of the genre. He’s been named DJ Mag’s #1 DJ four years in a row – more than any other artist, and his radio show A State of Trance (ASOT) boasts over 550 shows and millions of live weekly listeners.
Before I get to the review, I’d like to thank the John Labatt Centre, who so graciously provided me with a pair of VIP tickets to the show, vouchers to cover a round of drinks, and the opportunity to share my experiences with the online community. The concert made for a night that I will never forget.
Tickets and drink vouchers provided by the JLC (plus one of my own).
Tiesto is a bit of an idol amongst those I associate with, so on the night of September 17th I certainly wasn’t the only person headed to see the show at the JLC. What better way to prepare then to get everyone together, get dressed up, and head to the show as a group?