Bounce Music Festival To Stop at Syracuse University With Cazzette & More To Start The New Year

Bounce Music Festival To Stop at Syracuse University With Cazzette & More To Start The New Year
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The international touring Bounce Music Festival is making its way over to Syracuse University on January 18th. Unlike most major EDM concerts that come to the university, this time it will be at an one of the best venues on campus, the Goldstein Auditorium.

Cazzette, Swedish DJ Duo consisting of Sebastian Furrer & Alexander Björklund, will be tearing up the stage for their second performance for the Bounce Music Festival. They have established themselves as one of the best duos in the world, touring with Avicii for the past 3 years and currently holding the #11 track in the world on Beatport, “Beam Me Up.”

Cazzette will headline the night, but they will not be alone. The power duo from NYC, Modern Machines, will be supporting Cazzette with a set that will have everyone pumped for the finale.

An event of this caliber has not happened in the history of the Goldstein Auditorium. Especially with a top 5 EDM festival and a world-renowned duo like Cazzette taking the stage. They will have the auditorium decorated with Bounce’s touring production with state-of-the-art lights and a sound system that will bump through the entire venue.

Click here to purchase tickets. They are now on sale up until January 18th.

Lorent Rosenblum | Elite. 

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