- $15 for one ticket to Wolfgang Gartner (up to $29.88 value)
- When: Friday, February 13, at 9 p.m.
- Where: Park City Live
- General admission
- Door time: 8 p.m.
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
- His secret identity: Joseph Thomas Youngman
- When he became an EDM superhero: in 1999, after he found a cape in a dumpster and moved from deep house to the more experimental style of progressive house
- How progressive house differs from other forms of EDM: a lack of choruses, elaborate drum rolls, and an emphasis on cohesive albums rather than just singles
- Gartner’s hits that embody these principles: the funk-infused “Illmerica” and the triumphant “Redline”
- Gartner’s mantra that embodies these principles: “I have a responsibility to advance the genre.”
- Other claims to fame: eight No. 1 songs on the Beatport Top 10 Chart; one Grammy nomination in 2010 for his remix of Andy Caldwell’s “Funk Nasty”l; “Wolfgang’s Symphony,” Beatport.com’s highest-selling song in 2009
Park City Live
Underneath Park City Live’s shimmering laser light system, a slew of musical acts shine. The energetic venue is equally at home pulsating with dance music or hosting a stripped-down acoustic show, beckoning a diverse crowd of music aficionados to its dynamic confines. But the venue didn't begin life as a haven for audiophiles and their ears. The historic Summit County War Veterans Memorial Building, completed in 1940 following a fire, was originally home to an American Legion room, rifle range, gymnasium, and the Boy Scouts. But by 1984, the entertainment needs of the city had changed, and the building began providing recreation of the more artistic variety. Today, the space serves as the home for Park City Live, as well as O’Shucks Bar & Grill and Rock ‘N’ Reilly’s Irish Pub.