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Dutch DJ Sander Van Doorn is one of the few DJ’s that debut high on DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJ’s and since his debut at #32 back in 2006, has stayed in the top 20% (minus 2013 – he was #39). Sander Van Doorn already has two full length albums as well as a slew of singles and remixes that have topped charts worldwide. Sander Van Doorn had his first major release on Spinnin’ Records in 2008 titled Supernaturalistic later that month won Best Breakthrough DJ at the International Dance Music Awards held at Miami’s Winter Music Conference. Like the other popular DJ’s of the times, Sander Van Doorn has played at most of the big music festivals held around the world and even has his own podcast, Listen To Identity that is available on Youtube and Itunes. Van Doorn has been noted as an extremely technical producer, only allowing the best in tracks he’s involved with – and it shows. His latest hits Joyenergizer, Ten and Neon are testament to that high praise. Currently on tour, Sander Van Doorn will be making a stop in Miami in November!

Sander Van Doorn at STORY Miami Friday November 22nd

On Friday, November 22nd Story Miami will be playing host to Van Doorn. However Van Doorn will not be the only DJ in the building at Story Miami – Special guest DJ Julian Jordan will also be playing as well as resident Story Miami DJ Dave Sol! Julian Jordan is a highly talented 17 year old Dutch DJ that has already teamed up with the likes of Gareth Emery, Nicky Romero and of course, Sander Van Doorn. Most 17 year olds are still goofing off in class, so kudos to a young man that already has his ducks in a row. The doors at Story Miami will open at 11pm and the party goes until 5am. Story Miami has priced tickets at unbelievably low $30 for the ladies and $50 for the gentlemen and they can be purchased by CLICKING HERE. To book your VIP, contact VIP host David Gordon at 561-239-1200 and tell him we sent you. This is a 21+ event and a dress code is enforced, so dress appropriately fellas.


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