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Party people are you ready? This weekend Life in Color: World’s Largest Dance Party returns again to the San Diego Sports Arena in beautiful, sunny California. Prepare yourselves to be doused from head to toe in colorful paint while dancing to local talent, David Solano, DVBBS and ending the night under Borgore’s filthy beats. Since 2006, Life In Color has been delivering an absolutely one of a kind experience worldwide booking massive names and providing a next level paint party found nowhere else, while also provides an amazing platform to up and coming local DJ talent at every city they visit.

If you wish to avoid the massive cannons spraying pink, green and blue paint everywhere .. it will be next to impossible! So get ready to arrive beautiful and leave an artistic masterpiece!

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About the Artists:

David Solano – David comes to us from Miami, FL where the Life In Color tour all began. A very talented producer and remixer you’ll find his tracks and sets consist of mostly electro and progressive house. Together with Adventure Club they wrote Life In Color: Unleash’s Anthem this year (Adventure Club & David Solano ft. Zak Waters – “Unleash”), be sure to give it a listen on your way to the show!

DVBBS – Originally from Canada, this young duo consists of two brothers, Alex and Chris van den Hoef. The duo’s first big hit was a massive collaboration with Borgeous on “Tsunami” taking their music to the next level. With tracks like “Tsunami,” “Raveology,” and their most recent release “This is Dirty” who could possibly be a better fit for partying in the paint?

Borgore – The man most fans will be coming out for, BORGORE! Many of us originally fell in love with his unique style self-described as “Gorestep,” but lately Borgore has branched out into a more trap and house sound you can hear in his most recent release with Sikdope “Unicorn Zombie Apocalypse.” From older hits like “Decisions” to his more recent tracks like “Incredible” with Carnage, you never know what to expect from Borgore as his arsenal of music is ever expanding.

by Grant Manley, Staff Writer