Toronto is in for a special treat this upcoming Thursday, as the BPM Festival has brought in two of the biggest names in the industry for a musical showcase at Maison Mercer. Both Bedouin and Lee Burridge will grace the decks to kick off the Easter weekend in good style. Despite Toronto’s recent string of proper bookings it’s still often rare to see a double headliner on the lineup, so this is an event that is not to be overlooked.
Since smashing their Electric Island set last summer, Bedouin have created quite a reputation for themselves in Toronto. Their last set, which took place at Coda, turned the venue into a madhouse, and we don’t expect any less from them this following Thursday. After breaking in the dancefloor a little bit, All Day I Dream head honcho Lee Burridge will take the stage. When Lee Burridge plays he fills the room with deep sounds and good vibrations. These two acts have styles that mesh well with each other, and maybe if we keep our fingers crossed we can expect a b2b. Thursday is the place to be in Toronto, so come dance it out with two of the most popular acts in the industry.
Tickets are available here. Doors open at 10PM. Support by Kevin Faria and Sam Haze.
Check out Lee Burridge’s Burning Man set below to get you in the mood.