Although his fame isn't quite the same as his fellow European super-DJ Tiesto, Paul van Dyk has enough pull in these parts that packing fans into the palatial Stereo Live won't be a problem. The Berlin-based DJ excels at styles from pillow-soft progressive house to more robotic techno, but is best known as arguably the first name in trance even after nearly a quarter-century on the turntables. Like many of his fellow elders, Van Dyk has capitalized on EDM's recent move towards the U.S. pop mainstream, welcoming a host of guests including Owl City's Adam Young on his 2012 disc Evolution.
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