Dutch Treat

Armin van Buuren is not exactly known for his brevity. The Netherlands-born blockbuster trance-master habitually plays six to seven hour shows during his worldwide club tours, and even staged a record-breaking twelve and a half hour set at a European club in 2002. Despite the epic length of his gigs, van Buuren doesn’t let a moment pass him by, utilizing every second to maintain an escalating rhythm dominated by house and vocal trance melodies. It would be ill-advised to dance for hours on end, so it’s a good thing there will be plenty of posh seating available around the Millennium Resort's pool during van Buuren’s headlining session at Relentless Beach on Saturday, September 3. The Millennium’s end of summer bash will also be replete with go-go dancers, a well-stocked bar, and bikini-clad ladies.
Sat., Sept. 3, 11 a.m.-7 p.m., 2011
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