Sat, Apr
25

TCPT presents Thunderbolt feat.Oliver Heldens

Postponed
11:00pm – 6:00am
¥3,000 (advance sales)

Making his rounds of Tokyo’s clubs, Dutch DJ Oliver Heldens is taking over Ageha to start the Golden Week celebrations. As the 7th best DJ in the world (according to DJ Magazine at least), Heldens has over a billion streams on spotify, has remixed for the likes of David Guetta, Calvin Harris and The Chainsmokers. His top songs include ‘The Right Song’, ‘Turn Me On’ and ‘Last All Night’ – he’s guaranteed to get you dancing whether you’re a long time listener or have no clue who he is – trust us.

Advance tickets are available for the low low price of just ¥3,000 – a baragin for a night at one of Tokyo’s biggest superclubs with one of the world’s biggest DJs.

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