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Andrew Rayel Wrapping up 2017 in a Major Way

Over the years, everyone’s favorite Moldovan DJ has made a few things clear. 1) Trance is not dead 2) Trance is not dead. Armada’s very own, Andrew Rayel has blessed stages across the glove with his unique Big Room Trance twist that has left hundreds of thousands yearning for more. Trance is not at the same level as some other Electronic genres here in the United States, however, Andrew has seamlessly taken off and become one of the most well respected names in the industry.

In recent memory the DJ/Producer has left us with timeless sounds from “All Systems Down”, to “One in a Million” and the entire “Moments” Album. Rayel has embarked on an International binge of divulging fans into his sound and seamlessly reeling in more and more of a following. 2017 has proven a massive year for Andrew and he is wrapping it up with a series of shows across North America, including a few wrapping up now in Europe.

In my mind, there is no better way to wrap up an amazing year for Electronic music as a whole (outside of the mainstream) than with a powerhouse set from one of Trance’s biggest names. Peep his latest drop “Soul on the Run” with Bogdan Vix, KeyPlayer and Roxana Constantin along with other bangers on his Spotify below! Follow on Twitter for more updates going into the New Year!

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Remaining Tour Dates:29
TICKETS: Remaining Tour Dates 2017
December 08- Trencin, Slovakia @ Expo Center
December 09- Gdansk, Poland @ Ergo Arena
December 15- San Diego, CA @ Omnia Nighclub
December 16- California City, CA @ Time NightClub
December 23- Las Vegas, NV @ Marquee Nightclub
December 27- Edmonton, Canada @ Shaw Conference Centre
December 29- New York, New York @ Marquee Nightclub
December 30- Piladelphia, PA @ NOTO
December 31- VAncouver, Canada @ Pacific National Exhibition
http://andrewrayel.net/tour/

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