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DJ Loczi’s “Electric Dream” Launches at Studio 54

DJ Loczi's Electric Dream at Studio 54, Las Vegas
Studio 54
inside MGM Grand was an explosive visual and auditory experience on New Year’s Eve for the launch of DJ Loczi’s Electric Dream, recurring every Friday (Photo Credit: Isaac Brekken/WireImage)

DJ Loczi's Electric Dream at Studio 54, Las Vegas
DJ Loczi's Electric Dream at Studio 54, Las Vegas

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The already excited crowd went wild as the venue turned dark and Loczi took to the turntables set against a massive LED screen. Launching his set with Black Eyed-Peas’ “I Got a Feeling,” the energy among partygoers was insane as the end of 2010 neared. No one knew what lay ahead for this dream-like party as musicians began surrounding the crowd. Heads turned to find live musicians jamming in beat with Loczi’s electric spins. Loczi was joined by master remixer David Alexander on the keys, celebrity musician Christopher Wight on the drums and vocals, famed guitarist Joy Basu and Emmy-Award winning animator Mark Butler.

DJ Loczi's Electric Dream New Year's Eve Countdown
DJ Loczi's Electric Dream New Year's Eve Countdown

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Partygoers reveled in the alternate universe created and controlled by Loczi as they were taken on sensory overload. The amazing graphics exploded on the LED screen in perfect rhythm to Loczi’s beats as the colors and patterns blurred the line between fantasy and reality. The elaborately costumed Studio 54 dancers performed seductive numbers throughout the night, bringing out the sexy side among New Year’s Eve partiers.

Christopher Wight on drums at Electric Dream, Studio 54
Christopher Wight on drums at Electric Dream, Studio 54

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Loczi started the journey through the past as the rave-like atmosphere felt reminiscent of the original Studio 54 in New York City, including a scantily clad dancer descending to the stage in the famed Studio 54 moon. This imaginative trance ushered in 2011 as clubgoers screamed the countdown and cheered at the stroke of midnight when confetti and balloons dropped from the ceiling. The party continued well after the clock struck twelve when incredible wall-climbers appeared from nowhere and performed amazing acrobatics, causing jaws to drop. As the morning hours grew later, Loczi became a figment of the imagination controlling the dreams and reality of every partier inside the legendary Studio 54.

DJ Loczi on red carpet at Studio 54 for Electric Dream
DJ Loczi on red carpet at Studio 54 for Electric Dream

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