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Electric Palms Concert Series: Nervo - Presented by BAMP Project and Collective Effort Events
Early Bird pricing $35 and is limited to the first 300 people (only available online and at local motion), $40 regular price, and $50 at the door.
Every Package Includes: 1 Premium Level Alcohol Bottle with gratuity included, 1 VIP ticket to the concert for the package buyer, 10 VIP Bottle Service wristbands for friends you would like at your table, your own VIP table + couch area, and professional photos of your party from our Electric Palms photographer!
Riser Packages also include a raised VIP table + couch area on a stage above the crowd and your own private security guard for your bottle service table!
Tables range from $450 - $1500 depending on your selected table location. Click on the concert photo above to find the bottle service map to select which table area you would like and purchase that corresponding table above. Questions? Email: ElectricPalmsHawaii@gmail.com
*Packages include one VIP concert ticket for the package buyer, all other members of the party need to purchase GA tickets to gain entry into the concert. The 10 VIP Bottle Service wristbands are NOT tickets to the event, they are given out to members of the party to allow them to gain access to the bottle service table.
The Lounge opens at 6:00PM for the 21+
Concert Doors open at 9:00PM for the 18+
♦ Jeff Phantom vs Sam Lamb -- 9:00-10:00
♦ Dirty Secret -- 10:00-11:00
♦ Rich Viceroy + Sonufi -- 11:00-12:00
♦ NERVO -- 12:15-1:45
Doors Open at 9PM • Show Starts at 9PM • Ends at 2am • 18+ to Attend • 21+ to Drink
@ The Republik • 1349 Kapiolani Blvd 3rd Floor, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814
Starting out in the mid-2000’s, Australian sisters Mim and Liv Nervo made their name by writing smash singles for artists like Ke$ha and Kylie Minogue, remixing superstars like Katy Perry and Thirty Seconds to Mars, and joining forces with David Guetta to co-write his Grammy-winning “When LoveTakes Over.” They quickly built upon that experience by releasing music under their own name, NERVO, alongside some of the biggest producers today including Afrojack, Steve Aoki and Nicky Romero, while tearing through arenas acrossNorth America on the Britney Spears/Nicki Minaj Femme Fatale tour. Now, one of the most sought after acts in dance music, NERVO, can be found balancing their rigorous worldwide touring schedule while working on their debut album that soaks deadly-catchy melody into the loud, dirty beats that set apart their brand of progressive and electro-house.
When not in the studio Mim and Liv can most likely be found spinning at clubs, parties, and festivals all around the world, with their travels including stops at Lollapalooza, Electric Daisy, Ultra and Tomorrowland where they notably celebrated their first Beatport #1 song, “The Way We See The World” (the official Tomorrowland 2011 anthem, co-written and co-produced with Afrojack, Dimitri Vegas, and Like Mike). Their club addiction manifested itself in their first Winter Music Conference party this past year (a Delano Hotel event that featured NERVO along with R3HAB, Adrian Lux, Sneaky Sound System,Hook N Sling, and Quintino) as well as two major residencies in 2012: one at the Wynn Hotel Group in the newly anointed EDM mecca of Las Vegas, the other at Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel.
“We’re pop writers and we’re club addicts,” notes Mim. To that end, their latest single “You’re Gonna Love Again” layers heartache-curing lyrics over in-your-face beats and a synth-drenched sound that slays. It’s the follow up to their debut single “We’re All No One” released in 2011, which saw the Australian sisters teaming up with the aforementioned Steve Aoki and Afrojack to top charts all over the world.
As they balance DJ-ing with songwriting/producing and making their own music—and also serving as hosts of NERVO Nation, their monthly show on Sirius XM’s BPM channel—the globe-trotting duo considers spinning essential to honing in on the perfect sound. “Since we’re not spending all our time in the studio anymore, we get to play our records when we DJ and instantly see how the crowd reacts,”says Mim. “We’re always educating ourselves with that feedback. And those moments when people have their hands in the air and they’re loving the tunes—it’s one of the best rushes you can experience. It means everything to us.”