Teksupport Kicks Off Return Of Nightlife In New York With BACK Starting July 2
NYC is back in business! Get ready for some of the best events! Teksupport is BACK, announcing the return of nightlife in New York with a new summer series in July. These events will feature some of the biggest names in house and techno. This massive series will see Teksupport bring its trademark immersive production to a Brooklyn Warehouse location for a string of parties under the umbrella, BACK.
In adherence to NYC guidelines, BACK will be open to vaccinated attendees only.
The parties will run through the night, in a Brooklyn warehouse, with outdoor spaces, and roll-up garage-style doors.
BACK kicks off with a July 4 weekend double-header that will be led by Bronx-born, hometown heroes, The Martinez Brothers. This will definitely be sure to be a memorable way to celebrate nightlife’s return to the city. BACK runs throughout July, with programming also including a one-off daytime B2B from Innervisions’ founders Dixon and Âme. In addition, this includes a special performance from Rumors figurehead Guy Gerber, a takeover from melodic star duo Bedouin, sets from DJ icons Sven Väth, Loco Dice, Seth Troxler and the emergent talents of Perel, Michael Bibi, Chloe Caillet, Mano Le Tough, and Red Axes. This is definitely the way to celebrate the return of live music!
BACK continues Teksupport’s commitment to showcasing the world’s best underground house and techno DJs in New York. The warehouse idea is genius! Teksupport is responsible for bringing storied European brands like Time Warp and Circoloco to New York and has thrown parties in submarine factories, navy yards, subterranean ballrooms, and industrial warehouses, building a reputation for pairing raw spaces with world-class event production and talent.
Tickets On Sale June 8 at 12pm EST:
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Further information / vaccine protocol:
Due to the current restrictions in New York State regarding gatherings, until further notice, all attendees must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19.