Each Summer for the past eleven years, All Day I Dream’s Summer season has helped forge beautiful memories that last a lifetime. Forty cities, hundreds of parties, and countless miles later, the eponymous daytime brand has crafted both a legacy as well as a worldwide musical movement.
On July 31, Lee Burridge will touch down in Denver alongside Sebatien Leger, Tim Green, and Jon Charnis.
Lee Burridge’s record label, artists and wanderlust events forge the way that many others follow. Infused with beautifully infectious energy and fun at its core, the events, the production, and the music take you someplace otherworldly.
After a rapturous return last summer, ADID welcomes “Dreamers” new and seasoned to gather together once again and make their very particular magic happen – especially when the sun sinks into the horizon and dusk dissolves into night.
Chasing the sun West, All Day I Dream changes things up this year by commencing its USA season with its first ever multi-day festival. On May 12-15, The All Day I Dream Festival camps out in the idyllic surroundings of California’s Woodward Reservoir in Oakdale, California. For the festival’s inaugural lineup, Lee Burridge brings together over thirty five members of the ADID family from around the world as well as live acts and bands such as Little Dragon, RY X, Cubicolor, Jan Blomqvist and Gheist. An eclectic mix of brilliant music set in a serene natural pocket of nature.
Returning to acclaimed residencies on the idyllic shores of Mykonos and Ibiza, Lee and his label compatriots will be found taking over world renown clubs Scorpios and Cova Santa most Thursdays throughout Summer. If that’s not exotic enough for you, the daytime to evening soiree will host a new event at Kiki’s Beach on the North Coast of Egypt amidst white sand beaches and blue sky days complimenting the party experience perfectly. European adventures this Summer also include a return to their epic London extravaganza at Studio 338, as well as their annual party during Sonar week in Barcelona.
Following the festival, ADID returns to its spiritual birthplace of Brooklyn, NY for the first of two blistering events at Brooklyn Mirage. After a sell out show breaking all attendance records last year, this event is one not to be missed. North America loves All Day I Dream and the rest of summertime is highlighted by stops at Toronto’s Fort York, Denver’s Levitt Pavilion, a Chicago takeover at a venue to be named later on, and Montreal’s Off-Piknic event.