Revival is Purple Party Weekend’s signature Sunday tea dance, and we are delighted to announce that, for 2014, DJ Alyson Calagna is returning to Dallas to headline with an opening set by local favorite DJ Aqualight. This will mark Alyson’s sixth appearance at Purple Party Weekend—more than any other DJ in Purple Foundation’s history—and for good reason: She has become one of the most in-demand DJs on the international circuit and has played at many of the planet’s top dance events including Alegria in New York, The Week in Brazil, and Gay Village in Rome.With an unmistakable sound all her own, Alyson has garnered a dedicated following in nearly every corner of the world.
To continue our tradition of epic Sunday tea dances, we’re returning to the phenomenal Plush Nightclub. Currently ranked #26 of the top 100 nightclubs in the country, Plush is located in the heart of downtown Dallas’s Main Street district and features a Funktion One sound system, liquid nitrogen blasters, and an incredible lighting system.
Buckle up, because with DJ Alyson Calagna and Plush Nightclub, you’re in for quite a ride!
The outernational DJ is the pioneer behind the sound of “Omtronica,” mixing sexual, sensual and spiritual rhythms with tones of empowerment and ecstasy. From beats of shared consciousness to the tribal ballet of contemporary longings, Calagna’s unique blend of organic sound, poetic wisdom and modern pulses combine to bring the listener to center of their conscience and the heart of the dancefloor.
With an international list of appearances – across the United States and in Brazil, Mexico, Montreal and beyond – Calagna has perfected a sound that is globally influenced and instantly recognizable. Her music has appeared on NBC’s, MTV and the USA networks. She has had releases on major dance labels such as Nervous, Stereo Productions, Intenso and Star69. She has also headlined some of the largest venues around the world including Pacha, Space, Crobar, The Government, The Village and more. Alyson has played events with DJ’s Danny Tenaglia, Chus and Ceballos, Boris and David Penn just to name a few. Critics have lauded her for discovering an unmistakable “sound of her own,” and she has garnered a dedicated following in nearly every corner of the world.
By creating a world both personal and external – of both breathing and breathlessness – Calagna, and those tuned into her, become lamas of the mind . . . the mantra . . . the mat . . . and the floor.