Atop a Brooklyn rooftop almost a decade ago, All Day I Dream debuted their first dance party in 2011. Soon after, the event took the world by storm as a premier global house music event that eventually turned into a label. Comprised of producers Lee Burridge and Matthew Dekay, the All Day I Dream parties were sparked by their mutual creativity backed by a love for music as a transport into another time and space. The name speaks for itself since the event is curated as an escape from reality through the combination of music and dreamlike elements to create a truly ethereal environment.
For the 2020 year, All Day I Dream has announced an epic worldwide tour that kicked off in January in Dubai and concludes in September in Ibiza. The tour spans twenty-nine days with several stops through North America, Europe, Middle East, and Indonesia. In the past, All Day I Dream events have sold out as tens of thousands of ‘Dreamers’ gather to enjoy the beauty of the carefully curated event that focuses on melodic music, elaborate production, positive vibes, and inclusion.
The worldwide tour this year features exciting surprises accompanying the unique locations. All Day I Dream is set to return to Los Angeles with an additional stage this year at the new location in Pershing Square overlooking the Downtown LA skyline. The tour will also return to Denver’s Sculpture Park which features towering sculptures that are incorporated into the intricate decor that All Day I Dream is known for.
Additional stops include Beach Club at 1Hotel in Miami in March for Miami Music Week. This summer, All Day I Dream will resume their residency in both Mykonos and Ibiza. The party series will feature six daytime events at Scorpios Club in Mykonos and nine events at the legendary Cova Santa in Ibiza. With stops at some of the best party destinations in the world, the 2020 tour for All Day I Dream is expected to a one of the best yet. For tickets and more, head to www.alldayidream.com.