Groundbreaking DJ/remixer/producer Dee Jay Silver –the first artist in his realm to be signed to a major Nashville record label, RCA Nashville–is getting ready to take Las Vegas by storm. Silver will entertain the mass crowds at the ACM Concert For A Cause Festival at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on Saturday, April 2 and Sunday, April 3 between performances by Dierks Bentley, Kenny Chesney, Lee Brice, Sam Hunt, Chris Young, Kip Moore and many more.
Throughout The Week Vegas Goes Country, Silver will also take over Foxtails (3/31) and Foundry (4/3)–some of the hottest clubs inside the SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino–with the Dee Jay Silver official ACM party taking place Saturday, April 2 at the Foundation Room inside Mandalay Bay, where he’ll be appearing monthly on Friday nights. Additionally, the non-stop DJ re-launches a residency at the Rehab Pool at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Friday, April 22, following a successful 2015 spring and summer run. Silver will bring his unique style of mixing to the afternoon pool party on Fridays at least once a month through September, and during Memorial Day weekend (Saturday, May 28), he’ll kick off his third resident gig of the year in Sin City at LAX Nightclub inside the Luxor Hotel & Casino.
The Nashville-based producer will also return to the road with good friend Jason Aldean on the “We Were Here Tour 2016” on April 29 in Uncasville, CT to entertain the crowds between sets by Aldean, Thomas Rhett and A Thousand Horses. Following the first leg of dates which ran January 14-February 27, the tour will make its way throughout the rest of North America this year before concluding October 1 in Bristow, VA.
Throughout the tour, SILVER–currently wrapping a three-week Spring Break residency at Louie’s Backyard in South Padre Island, TX–will also perform select headlining shows, including May 21 at the Foundation Room in Dallas, and appear at country music festivals Rock the South (June 3-4 in Cullman, AL), Carolina Country Music Festival (June 10-12 in Myrtle Beach, SC), Windy City LakeShake Music Festival (June 17-19 in Chicago, IL), Faster Horses Country Music Festival (July 15-17 in Brooklyn, MI) and Watershed Music Festival (July 29-31 and August 5-7 in George, WA).
For a full list of upcoming dates go to http://www.deejaysilver.com/tour/.