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Robin Schulz to perform at Phuket's Xana Beach Club on April 4

PHUKET: In what could possibly be one of the biggest performances to grace the shores of Phuket this year, German electronic DJ and producer, Robin Schulz is coming to Phuket for a one-off performance in April.


By The Phuket News

Wednesday 23 March 2016, 01:11PM


Having topped the charts across Europe and boasting numerous top-10 hits in the US, Asia and Australia including Prayer in C, Sugar, Headlights, Waves and Sun Goes Down, Grammy nominated Schulz will be taking his sounds to Bang Tao Beach’s XANA Beach Club on Monday, April 4.

Promotor Aaron Zoanetti was excited about the event. “We’re incredibly thrilled that an artist the caliber of Robin Schulz will be performing in Phuket- his iconic sounds suit the beaches of Phuket perfectly”, says Zoanetti.

For his part, Schulz is looking forward to performing in an idyllic setting.

“One of the perks of my job is playing in some really fantastic venues and locations, and the beaches of Thailand are going to be a really electrifying place to perform.”

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General Admission tickets can be pre-purchased for B690 by visiting this link.

A strictly limited number of tickets will be available on the door for B750. Doors Open at 8pm.

Live 89.5 and The Phuket News are proud sponsors of this event.

 

 

 

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