HALLOWEEN with Dillon in NYC?


 Dillon loves a good prank and always brings it when he steps in the booth.  His new album “Wut Wut” was released on Today on his IDGAFOS Record label. This one is fire party people so definitely check it out NOW!

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WUT WUT follows Francis’ 2014 debut studio album Money Sucks, Friends Rule, and sees him return to his moombahton roots and early Latin influences. Executive produced by Toy Selectah, the albumwas recorded in New York City, Miami, Dominican Republic, and Mexico City. WUT WUT is available to pre-order on iTunes, pre-add on Apple Music, and pre-save on Spotify now HERE.

Francis began teasing teasing the albumearlier this year with the release of tracks “Ven” (feat. Arcángel & Quimico Ultra Mega), “We The Funk” (feat. Fuego), “BaBaBa” (feat. Young Ash),  “Look At That Butt” (feat. Jarina De Marco), and “Never Let You Go” (feat. De La Ghetto). “We The Funk” (feat. Fuego) debuted in the Top 20 at Spanish Pop Radio and earned Francis Artist Of The Week on Spotify’s marquee ¡Viva Latino! playlist. Critics were quick to praise the album’s early singles as “wild, bright moombah bass to get your body doing things you didn’t know it could” (Billboard) and “energetic and fun with just the right amount of inherent humor thrown in” (Your EDM), with Dancing Astronaut adding, “Dillon Francis’ movement back into the realm of Caribbean rhythms may cement him as one of the most popular and relevant producers of the time.”

IDGAFOS originated from Francis’ 2011 song of the same name, which at the time, reflected the culmination of his signature musical productions. The term has since evolved into a rallying cry for all things Dillon Francis — his clothing line, epic live show, and now an outlet with which to release his new music. In his own words, IDGAFOS is “to be spirited and happy… to never give a fuck or shit about anything but remaining positive.”

In the coming months, Francis will appear at numerous music festivals and wrap the third consecutive year of his residency at the Wynn Las Vegas. A complete list of upcoming live dates and ticket information can be found HERE.

Dillon Francis Live Dates

09/14/18 Las Vegas, NVIntrigue Las Vegas

9/21/18 Pittsburgh, PAThrival Festival

09/22/18 Las Vegas, NVEncore Beach Club

09/28/18 Las Vegas, NVEncore Beach Club

10/13/18 Denver, COMile High Spirits Block Party

10/28/18 San Antonio, TXMala Luna Music Festival

11/09/18 Orlando, FLEDC Orlando

11/10/18 Tucson, AZDusk Music Festival


Platinum-selling artist, DJ, producer, and all-around nice guy Dillon Francis will continue to surprise fans worldwide in 2018. His catalog encompasses the #1 Dance Radio Airplay hit “Anywhere” [feat. Will Heard], “Candy” [feat. Snappy Jit], #1 Billboard Dance Club Songs chart-topper “Coming Over” with Kygo [feat. James Hersey], and the RIAA platinum-certified “Get Low” with DJ Snake-which surpassed 500 million worldwide streams. He initially landed in the history books during 2012 as “the first moombahton artist to achieve the number-one spot on Beatport” on the Something, Something Awesome EP. His 2014 major label debut, Money Sucks, Friends Rule [Mad Decent/Columbia Records], graced Rolling Stone’s “Top Electronic Albums of 2014” list as 2015’s This Mixtape Is Fire EP bowed at #1 on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart.

Francis consistently engages a social media following of 2 million on Instagram, 1.5 million on Facebook, and 1 million on Twitter with a string of hilarious content. He remains a festival favorite, igniting the stages including Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival, Ultra, TomorrowWorld, Electric Zoo. Moreover, his music has lit up Furious 7, Entourage, Neighbors, Zoolander 2, and more. For tour dates, love letters and more information visit


LaoRa has earned her reputation for twisting an eclectic array of underground sounds – and an at-times extreme upbringing – into global-pop with as much bite as it boasts colour. Now digging deeper into her South American heritage than ever before – combined with elements of dancehall, reggaeton, afrobeat, and hip-hop – LaoRa’s is a story of dislocation and defiance. Growing up in Bogota, talk of bombs and extradition were commonplace in the playground, and so LaoRa and her brothers were in large part introduced to music by the necessity to stay safe indoors and watch MTV. Once relocated to London, LaoRa began producing her own demos, but her ‘Colombianness’ wasn’t coming through in the way that she wanted. But beginning with ‘Jesus Made Me Bad’, which ruffled feathers and the local charts back home – plus a string of acclaimed tracks since then, including ‘Me Gusta’ (ft. Afro B), ‘Body Bounce’ (ft. Konshens) and ‘Drum Machine’ – LaoRa has developed that clearly charismatic voice of her own. Here, frequently, are songs celebrating femininity, power, heartache and sex; uplifting international pop, but always with a sting in its tail. It’s a sound that is already evolving fast, and seems innately able to translate to crowds far beyond LaoRa’s own (she has already toured with acts as diverse as MØ, Crystal Fighters and Anne Marie to Rejjie Snow and Bomba Estereo, picking up tens of millions of streams along the way). Earlier this summer, Lao Ra released her latest singles “No Pressure” and  “Patrona”.

So What About Halloween? 

Halloween in NYC is huge for EDM and this year is no different.  On October 26th Halloween Warehouse brings EDM headliner Dillon Francis.  Dillon doesn’t come to NY often so this show should draw attendees far and wide.  He’s bringing along with him Valentino Khan, a DJ who has a style of his own and needs no introduction.



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