Paul van Dyk to Spin at Myst

National mix master Paul van Dyk, who is one of the most recognized DJs in the industry, will take the helm of the wheels of steel at downtown Scottsdale dance club Myst Thursday, June 11. The DJ will be in town as part of his Volume World Tour 2009 and will headline the club's weekly dance night House 7340.

Van Dyk broke out into the music scene in 1991 and has garnered a career spanning almost two decades. He's been a fixture in the list of top 10 DJs since 1998 and returns to Scottsdale once or twice a year to perform. He was also named the World's No. 1 DJ by DJ Magazine and has dominated the electronic music charts.

The dance party will kick off around 9 p.m.

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