Flux Pavilion – 2014 Concert Schedule
Get ready to dance it up, because dubstep DJ Flux Pavilion is underway
on a concert tour, and you don't want to miss this exciting show. If you're a fan of dubstep and dance music, then you're
in luck, because Flux Pavilion is one of the hottest DJs around, and his live shows are out of this world. Just imagine being
able to dance with countless other like-minded fans, as the infectious beats of Flux Pavilion fill the venue. His shows are
the perfect way to start your weekend off right with a group of your favorite friends. Flex Pavilion will be visiting a number
of venues this year, including the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, the Scope in Norfolk, The Beach at Seaside Heights,
Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Washington Avenue Armory in Albany, Toronto's Kool Haus, the Richard L. Berkley Riverfront
Park in Kansas City, the Sands Bethlehem Event Center, and many more. With such a variety of locations set for this year's
tour, you will have no problem finding a show to check out. To get your tickets before they're all sold out, be sure to visit
StubHub, and then get ready to have a blast at Flux Pavilion's concert!
About Flux Pavilion
G. Steel, or Flux Pavilion, has been creating some of the hottest dance music since 2008. He is perhaps best known for his
hit song, "I Can't Stop," which is from the EP "Lines in Wax." The EP also contains the tracks "Hold Me Close" and "Haunt
You." "I Can't Stop" was later sampled for the song "Who Gon Stop Me" by Jay-Z and Kanye West. The song was also used by Chiddy
Bang, who created a freestyle rap to the song, and included it on a mixtape. But this was just the beginning of a number of
appearances that the song made.
In 2011, "I Can't Stop" was also used in the Kony 2012 campaign, and it appeared in
the video game called SSX. By 2013, the song was also used in a trailer for the film "Rush," and it made an appearance in
the film "The Great Gatsby." Flux Pavilion ended up receiving a nomination by the BBC's Sound of 2012 for this incredible
In 2013, Flux Pavilion released another EP, titled "Blow the Roof," which was met with praise by fans and critics.
The EP contained catchy tracks like "OneTwoThree (Make Your Body Wanna)," "Double Edge," "Blow the Roof," "Do or Die," "The
Scientist," "Starlight" "I Still Can't Stop," and more. With a peak position of number 4 on the UK Dance Albums chart, the
EP helped Flux Pavilion continue to rise in his genre.
Flux Pavilion's Breakthrough Album
With the ability
to play a number of musical instruments and a great singing voice, Flux Pavilion has entrenched himself in music nearly his
entire life, and it seemed only natural that he would eventually pursue a career in music. He soon started creating his own
dubstep music, and from the 2010 EP titled "Lines In Wax," Flux Pavilion finally got his big break. The EP spawned the mega-hit,
"I Can't Stop," which ended up being sampled in a number of other songs. By 2012, he had received a nomination for the BBC's
Sound of 2012 poll, which is usually dominated by artists who are backed by major labels, whereas Flux Pavilion was independent.
He later released another successful EP, "Blow the Roof," which charted at the number 4 position on the UK Dance Albums Chart.
A song from the EP was even featured in the video game, Need for Speed: Most Wanted. Since his debut, Flux Pavilion continues
to crank out some of the best dance tunes around.
Flux Pavilion Trivia
Did you know that Flux Pavilion
co-founded a record label?
The independent record label was co-founded along with Shaun "Doctor P" Brockhurst, Earl
Falconer, and Simon Swan.
With influences ranging from Rusko to the Prodigy, dubstep artist
Flux Pavilion has taken the scene by storm with his hit tracks. His high-energy tracks songs have garnered him critical acclaim
and a loyal fan base. Flux Pavilion's music has also been sampled by a number of other artists as well. This exciting dub
step artist is now underway on a concert tour, and you don't want to miss a second of his show. His concerts are known to
be nothing short of spectacular, with laser shows and amazing visuals adding to the incredible experience. If you've never
seen a dubstep artist live in concert, there's no better way to start than with a trip to see Flux Pavilion. Whether you're
a longtime fan of dubstep music, or you're new to the genre, you are sure to have an incredible time at the next Flux Pavilion