LIV Nightclub: 2014 has been somewhat of a comeback year for Erick Morillo. Why? For those that may not know, the I Like To Move It producer checked himself into the infamous (and expensive) Passages Malibu rehab facility for “personal health issues” back in 2013 after some not-so-good performances that fans definitely noticed. On July 30th, 2013 Erick Morillo announced on his Facebook page that he had successfully completed a 30 day rehab stint at the facility and would be checking out. In his statement, Morillo went on to say “…I want to share it (his health issues) with the world and use my sobriety as an example to all that you can have a life that is full of joy, love and laughter without drugs or alcohol.”
Morillo also announced that he would not be partaking in a crazy tour schedule or having 20 gigs a month – opting for “4 or 5 gigs a month” to “focus on my first love, making music, and attaining balance in my life. Nothing hurts dance music fans quite like learning that one of their favorite DJ’s will be that much harder to see – but it is something that was necessary for Morillo, and something we absolutely applaud him for. I like to think that, on a primitive level, Morillo’s message was simply “It’s about the music.” And that’s a message all of us here are behind 100%.
His grand re-entrance to the scene was back in April at Club Space, a venue Morillo has a lot of history with. Fortunately we didn’t have to wait too long to see Erick Morillo again because on Saturday, May 31st he will be at the one and only LIV nightclub at the prestigious Fontainebleau Miami Beach. LIV nightclub resident DJ, Mednas, will also be in the mix along with Harry Romero. Tickets for the ladies are $60 while the gentlemen will have to pony up $90, both of which can be purchased by CLICKING HERE. For VIP info please call LIV nightclub VIP host David Gordon at 561-239-1200. There will be a dress code enforced at this 21+ event, so dress accordingly. Doors open at 11pm.
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