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Kick Off Independence Day Weekend with Armin van Buuren and Aly & Fila in NYC !

One of the biggest EDM parties this Independence Day Weekend is here in New York City! RPM announces an exceptional 2016 lineup featuring some of the most respected names in trance, techno, and house, for a series of day and night events at Governors Island and around Brooklyn. ARMIN VAN BUUREN and ALY & FILA are set to headline shows on Friday and Saturday respectively.

The weekend-long party kicks off Friday, July 1st with ARMIN VAN BUUREN at a secret warehouse location, where he’ll be playing a special back to the roots set, a treat for new and old fans alike. Almost 10 years since his last Brooklyn show at Tobacco Warehouse and with this summer being the 15-year anniversary of ASOT, timing could not be more perfect to celebrate with an indoor/outdoor event. Location to be announced 24 hours before the event.

The party continues Saturday, July 2nd with ALY & FILA’S FSOE Island event at Governors Island. Following the worldwide success of their Future Sound of Egypt (FSOE) radio show, the Cairo born and raised trance powerhouses made history during the launch of their FSOE tour by becoming the first ever electronic music artists to perform at the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. ALY & FILA are ready to bring their party to NYC and they’re bringing some of the FSOE family with them, including ARCTIC MOON, FERRY TAYLE, M.I.K.E PUSH, MONOVERSE, SEAN TYAS, SOLARSTONE, and THE THRILLSEEKERS.

Tickets for Armin Van Buuren at Brooklyn Warehouse for Friday, July 1st can be purchased here
Tickets for Aly & Fila's FSOE Island event at Governors Island for Sat, July 2nd can be purchased here!

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