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Carl Cox for D8 In The Garden outdoor summer show

Carl Cox for D8 In The Garden outdoor summer show


Carl Cox for D8 In The Garden outdoor summer show has added a legend of dance music to their lineup for the 2024 summer series.

District 8 is marking their 10th birthday at D8 In The Garden this summer August 4th, a Bank Holiday Sunday, with one of the biggest names in dance music – Carl Cox playing at the Walled Garden, Palmerstown House Estate, Co. Kildare.

Tickets on sale this Thursday at 10am.

Early access via the District 8 website signup.

As previously announced, Mall Grab and Armand Van Helden play on Saturday August 3rd at D8 In The Garden , with X-Coast, and Derv and Becky Stone playing on the bill also.

About Carl Cox

Carl Cox is an English house and techno DJ, producer, and music promoter. Carl Cox is widely regarded as one of the pioneers and influential figures in the electronic music scene. He gained prominence in the late 1980s and early 1990s, particularly during the rise of the rave and acid house movements.

Throughout his career, Carl Cox has played a significant role in shaping the global dance music scene. He has been a fixture at major festivals and events, earning a reputation for his dynamic DJ sets and his energetic performances. Cox is known for his versatility, seamlessly blending various sub-genres of electronic dance music, including house, techno, and trance.

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