Brown & White Productions Moves HQ to HOME Nightclub

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Just received a press release stating that Brown & White Productions -- who have brought acts such as MSTRKRFT, Carl Cox, Sasha and Digweed, Josh Wink to town -- is moving its show headquarters from Dante's to HOME Nightclub. I'm hoping to catch up with B&W's Amin Mohabbat tomorrow for more information, but until then, here's the missive.

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(Photo of Paul Van Dyk at Dante's by Todd Owyoung)

On February 21st, B&W holds their final show at Dante's Naughti Gras 5 with Cedric Gervais. Capacity is expected, and attendees are encouraged to get there early to ensure attendance. B&W's new home base for throwing major shows will be at HOME Nightclub at the Ameristar Casino in Saint Charles. Their first major show at their new home will be with Sander Kleinenberg on March 20th. Several shows are planned in upcoming months at the new space. This marks another chapter to B&W's ongoing dedication to Saint Louis' electronic music scene.
B&W has exclusively brought the biggest performing DJ's and electronic acts to Dante's for the past three years, including first time visits from major DJ / producers such as Benny Benassi, Ferry Corsten, Paul Van Dyk, Armin Van Buuren, Tiesto, and many more. Their presence provides major boosts to the public's awareness of the Saint Louis electronic music scene. Many Saint Louis DJ's have received their start in the scene by DJing at B&W shows, and even more fans began their love for electronic music at these events. B&W wants to thank everyone for the support over the last three years.

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