Bader Field in Atlantic City is about to get a bit more colorful.
Known as the world’s largest paint party, Life in Color - formerly Dayglow - is bringing a New Year’s Eve party to Bader Field that will host some of the world’s hottest DJs.
Starting 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 31, guests can count down to midnight with Steve Aoki, Tommy Trash, Adventure Club and David Solano.
The party - housed in a state-of-the-art, custom-made, heated tent - is slated to end at 2 a.m. It will be Bader Field’s first electronic dance music-themed event.
Guests must be 18 to enter and 21 to drink. As far as a dress code, wear something you can dance in, and something you won’t mind seeing covered in paint at the end of the night.
Tickets for $89 floor access are already sold out. General access tickets are available for $99, but concertgoers can upgrade to VIP floor access for $159, which includes a swag bag, paint and express entry, or to VIP deluxe balcony access for $250, which also includes a swag bag, paint and express entry. That express entry could come in handy on what is likely to be a cold night on the former airfield.
Bottle service also is available to patrons ranging from $1,200 to $3,700, depending on party size. Go to http://www.lifeincolor.com/nye/ to purchase tickets.
The show is sure to keep everyone dancing all night long with Aoki headlining. The world-class DJ is an American electro house musician, record producer and founder of Dim Mak Records. He has had collaborations with everyone from LMFAO to Kid Cudi and Travis Barker.
Life in Color won’t be the only EDM party in town for New Year’s Eve. Tiesto is headlining the party at HQ inside Revel on Dec. 31, while David Guetta takes over Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa on Dec. 28, and Rusko hits the House of Blues at Showboat Casino-Hotel Dec. 29.
Although it won’t be Bader Field’s first large-scale concert, it will be the first event in a heated tent. The Dave Matthews Band Caravan was the first to use the abandoned airfield, with Metallica’s Orion Music and More Festival and Phish following suit.