Dada Life to bring their biggest show to the Bay Area

Swedish DJ duo to stop in San Francisco as part of The Compound: Evolved tour

Olle Cornéer and Stefan Engblom make up the infamous DJ-duo, Dada Life and they have plans to bring “no rules but the rules of Dada” to San Francisco on March 11. The duo said that they want to bring the experience to the crowd and stated they have “lots of new activities in and around the venue.” From their Twitter, activities will include “Banana Basketball, Pillow Fights, Hypnosis, Roaming Dada-bassadors, [and] Champagne Showers.” They also plan to bring new music to all the “proud Citizens of Dada Land.” Supporting acts ARMNHMR, LOUDPVCK and Arty will bring their music to the dance floor of of the auditorium.

Both producers have played at huge festivals across the world, such as Coachella, Ultra Music Festival and Electric Daisy Carnival. In addition to their craziness at festivals, their performances (or lack thereof) have incited riots in Los Angeles, Austin and Miami.

Their trademark live experience will be the only show in the state of California, so be sure to grab your tickets from TicketMaster. General admission is priced at $49.50 and as usual, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium does not have assigned seating. This will give fans the opportunity to get there early to get catch the Dada close-up and in action for The Compound: Evolved tour.

Written by Jay Gelvezon