SHIFT Ft. Michal Menert w/ Eliot Lipp, Primeform (fka Paul Basic), Mikey Thunder, TheBeatServer – Pretty Lights Music Showcase

Ages 16 and up
Thursday, May 26
Doors: 8pm | Show: 8:30pm
$22


SHIFT THURSDAYS
Presented by Cervantes’ & River Beats


PRETTY LIGHTS MUSIC SHOWCASE

ARTISTS PERFORMING ON THIS SHOW
Michal Menert

Eliot Lipp

Primeform (fka Paul Basic)

Mikey Thunder

TheBeatServer


TICKET INFO

$15 Early Bird

$22 Advance
$25 Day of Show


ALL PATRONS UNDER 21 YEARS OF AGE WILL PAY A $5 SURCHARGE AT THE DOOR UPON ENTRY. **


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CERVANTES x RIVER BEATS
Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom & The Other Side are excited to partner with River Beats as our official media partner for SHIFT Thursdays! River Beats provides comprehensive media coverage for all things music. Check out their work at riverbeats.life where you can find artist interviews, show previews / reviews, and much more.


CONTACT INFO
– If you are a performer, live painter, or vendor interested in participating at any SHIFT Thursday events, reach out to [email protected]
– If you are a music lover interested in joining our street team and would like free tickets to SHIFT Thursdays and other Cervantes’ events, reach out to [email protected]
– For all media inquiries, reach out to [email protected].


SILENT DISCO

This event will feature a silent disco on the patio.
Michal Menert (born June 10, 1982) is a Polish-born American electronic music producer and the founder of Super Best Records. He was also the first artist on the Pretty Lights Music label and was an integral part of Pretty Lights, producing Pretty Lights debut album, Taking Up Your Precious Time as well as contributing to several tracks after his official departure from the project. Menert tours with a 7 piece band including MC, violin, and DJ. Michal Menert was born in Kielce, Poland and spent his early years in Krakow, when Poland was still part of the Eastern Bloc, under the rule of the Soviet Union in the early 1980s. His parents were professionals in academia and industry, and would fill the house with banned books and Western music.