EVENT PREVIEW: Markus Schulz @ Club Seventy-Seven 28-09-19

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The last time Markus Schulz was here in 2016 for an open-to-close set, he left footprints on our hearts. Finally, the wait is over – trance fans in and around the GTA, the king of the marathon will be back for another open-to-close set at Club Seventy-Seven on September 28th, 2019.

Markus Schulz, also known as ‘unicorn slayer’ by his fans, is a German-American trance producer and the man behind the weekly radio show, Global DJ Broadcast, which is successfully winning millions of hearts since 2002. In 2008, Markus was voted #8 on the DJ Mag Top 100 list and he smoothly conquered the top 10 list for the next three years. He is also the founder of Cold Harbour Recordings which has been delivering quality trance music for the trance fans of the world since 2005.  Markus loves playing long sets, thus his open to close sets are one of a kind. Just to let you all know, Club Seventy-Seven said he can play as long as he wants! I am a die-hard fan of Schulz and I fell in love with his art based on what he delivers each and every time for his fans. What to expect from his open-to-close set? Expect nothing but a pure journey! Things will definitely get weird when Markus leads us down the rabbit hole. Tracks like Ave Maria, Destiny, Do You Dream, and other music from his latest artist album “We Are The Light” are expected to be dropped.


This event is less than two weeks away and I am already counting down the days. I am beyond excited to get on the trance floor as a proud soldier of the Schulz Army. Tickets are already on the third tier so if you are as excited as I am, and you want to join the magical journey, hurry up and grab your tickets here. See you on the dance floor!

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Shadman Rijvee – EDM TOR

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Shadman Rijvee

Shadman is a writer with TeamEDMTOR. He listened to many different genres of music in his early years, but after he discovered Trance music in 2008 it has become his soulmate. Shadman moved to Canada from Bangladesh in 2013 and the first rave he ever attended was PVD in Vancouver. He's very friendly and happy to meet new people, so if you see him be sure to tell him you've read his articles.

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