International DJ David Penn to play Epic gigs

Award-winning Spanish DJ has two events this weekend

Just in case you thought Epic Day Entertainment had disappeared from the scene, never to return, think again.

This weekend, DJ David Penn, one of Spain’s best-known DJs and producers of house music will be headlining two events in Cayman. The first is at Royal Palms on Friday night and the second is a boat party on Saturday afternoon.

The parties will also feature local DJs Billy Corduroy, Mat Banx, Urusai and Lora.
Penn has been a leader in the industry for over 15 years, playing as a DJ for big labels like Defected and Glitterbox all over Europe. He is also recognised for his performances at the Defected Croatia Festival.

He was an omnipresent force in 2019. Ranked #1 house music artist of all time and #5 all-genres artist of the last 12 months by an unassailable points margin on industry-recognised website Beatstats, he topped and tailed a summer-long assault on the top of the house charts with two heavyweight releases.

First came his ubiquitous roof-raising remix of Pete Heller’s all-time house classic ‘Big Love’ which dominated DJ charts and dancefloors the world over, followed by ‘Stand Up’, a supercharged gospel house masterpiece.

In Dec. 2019 he was awarded Best House Artist of 2019 by Traxsource.

Friday @ Royal Palms
9pm
$15 entry
Tickets will be available on the door. Purchase in advance to avoid the line. Buy online at www.Eventpro.ky/DavidPennPalms.

Saturday @ Boat Party
1:30pm
$35 entry
No tickets will be available at the dock so advance purchase only. Cash bar on board. Buy online at www.Eventpro.ky/DavidPennBoat.

Note: Bundle tickets for both events are available for $45.

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