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Swedish DJ ALESSO to Perform Live at XYLO at The Palace This December 14

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  • Get ready to rock your Friday night as the Swedish DJ and producer ALESSO performs his EDM hits live at the decks of XYLO Nightclub at The Palace on December 14, 2018.

    Alessandro Lindlad, or better known as ALESSO, is a Swedish EDM DJ known for his style that focuses on melodic vibes alternating with his rave productions. He has performed at big music festivals across the globe such as Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival, Creamfields, and Tomorrowland. Some of his top hits are ‘Heros’ with Tove Lo and ‘Under Control’ along with Calvin Harris.

    Having debuted in 2011, he now ranks at the 45th spot on DJ Magazine’s Top 100 list 2018 and is now set to take the XYLO stage before the year comes to an end.

    Event passes are worth Php 3,400 with complimentary drink available at events.thepalacemanila.comEntry to XYLO is strictly for 18 years old and above only, and requires valid ID upon entry.

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    For reservations and passes, contact The Palace Manila at 09176808888, or visit their website at events.thepalacemanila.com. You may also check their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/XYLOatThePalace for updates.

    Details

    What: Alesso Live at XYLO at The Palace
    Where: XYLO Nightclub, The Palace Manila, Uptown Bonifacio, Taguig City
    When: December 14, 2018, 10:00 p.m.
    Ticket information: Php 3,400

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