A night together with Steve Aoki is a night full of mayhem. Confetti everywhere, rubber dinghies, crowdsurfing and much, much cake. His sets are as energetic as Steve himself, known for his epic facial hair and a perfect understanding of what his crowd needs. That’s the way of Aoki. After performing at festivals like Tomorrowland and Mysteryland, it’s time for an event of its own. On the 31st of May the Heineken Music Hall will be taken over by #AOKIFY!
It’s the very first time Steve Aoki performs solo in Holland. The #8 in the DJMag Top100 plays almost 300 shows a year, owns a couple of restaurants, a clothing line and a publishing agency. With his airplane practically as his home, he flies around the world spreading #AOKIFY.
But most of all, Steve is an artist with pure passion for his music and his fans. When he takes the stage, the party really kicks off. Partly because of the music, partly because of the show, but mostly because of the pure chemistry with the crowd. For example cakes throwing, which he has transformed into a way of art. You’re a friend of Steve, and the party wouldn’t be the same without you. Expressing this mindset of ‘having a blast together’, Steve has a growing number of dedicated fans all over the world.
On the 31st of May, the Heineken Music Hall hosts #AOKIFY. Steve’s not coming alone, of course. He will be joined by a group of famous friends. These names will be revealed in the upcoming weeks. But considering it’s #AOKIFY, they definitely will be massive!