Don't Let Daddy Know 2016 ~ Macau

Don't Let Daddy Know prides itself on creating events that simulate the effects of a rollercoaster ride in the form of intense clubbing. They've had numerous shows around the world including, but not limited to, India, Amsterdam, Turkey and Chile. With the huge amount of success they've had in bringing international DJs to places around the globe, they're striving towards creating their very own DLDK-branded music festival in the future.


This year's Don't Let Daddy Know event was hosted by Dj Revolution at Studio City Macau, a short trip away from the previous year's location at Asiaworld-Expo in Hong Kong. With tickets ranging from $850HKD (general admin) to $1500+HKD (VIP), the night featured a total of 7 artists; Steve Angello, Showtek, Dannic, Moti, Borgeous, Sem Vox and Carta. Not only was this a 6-7 hour show with big name DJs, the tickets also included free entrance into the after party hosted by Pacha Macau, featuring Spinbad.


Borgeous hitting the stage

With a headliner like Steve Angello, Electric Soul just had to be there! We felt so strongly about this that we even decided to share the love with our Electric Soul Crew, holding a month-long online ticket giveaway. The lucky winner of our giveaway was Deepen N, who actually had his birthday a couple days prior to our announcement. Happy belated birthday and we hope you had a blast at DLDK!


We know we did ;) Studio City was once again a great location for the event; spacious, quality sound systems, modern facilities, there's really nothing we can complain about. One thing that really stands out from Studio City's stage is the excellent visuals used within the show. The stage was armed with lasers, smoke machines and the like, producing a highly stimulating light show that only further enhanced the music. In addition to the actual show, the event was also highly organized and ran smoothly throughout, with no obnoxious lines or waiting times for artists to come out. To top it all off, there was a booth for cute DLDK merchandise that people could buy to commemorate their time there. Overall, it was a good event with an extensive set list filled with well-known names, making the steep ticket price justifiable to both students and young adults alike. It's definitely an event worth going to if you're around Hong Kong or Macau during the summer.