The start of a new year is a special time when everyone comes together to celebrate, leaving you ample time to bury the you-know-what. Let auld acquaintance stay forgot with this GrouponLive deal to Golden: NYE 2013 featuring Deadmau5 at Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls on Monday, December 31, at 9 p.m. For $105, you get a ticket package (up to a $180.30 total value; $16.80 tax not included) that includes:
- One general-admission ticket (up to a $130.30 value, including all fees)
- $25 dinner voucher to East Side Mario’s. Guests can select from a full menu of Italian cuisine, such as beef-and-veal tortellini ($18.99), chicken picatta ($17.49), and goat-cheese and grilled-chicken pizza ($14.99–$29.99).
- $25 gift card to Dave and Busters. The gift card can be applied to more than 200 games.<p>
Like every enigmatic superhero, DJ Deadmau5, pronounced “dead mouse,” hides behind a mask; in his case, an oversized mouse head. While he blazes through a set of wildly eclectic EDM on his computer and turntables, the circular eyes and wide smile of his animal helmet light up as the beats intensify and the stage lights dim, or if an audience member with a universal remote presses the “on” button. Born Joel Zimmerman, Deadmau5 gained prominence in the world of progressive house music after his track “Faxing Berlin” made an appearance on legendary producer Pete Tong’s radio show. Soon after, his music appeared on more than 15 electronic compilations, such as In Search of Sunrise, Vol. 6: Ibiza, and earned him a Juno Award for Dance Recording of the Year. His cosmic pulses showcase a wide range of traditional and unconventional musical influences, from jazz percussion to the video-game bleeps of chiptune.
Supporting his latest release, >album title goes here«/i>, Deadmau5 rings in the New Year alongside Scottish DJ and producer Chris Lake and Burns, who has opened for the performer on previous tours with his metallic, transmogrifying beats. Also on the bill are The Sour DJs and DVBBS, a sibling duo whose live antics include stage-diving, head-banging, and furiously organizing their vinyl collection.<p>