Duck Pond & Public Works present Dirtybird Records favorite SAGE ARMSTRONG
**TICKETS ON SALE NOW: https://www.bigneon.com/events/b9f6da4c-7e04-47bd-8bfe-fc6e9a7df570/tickets **
The Buddy System will be in full effect, featuring B2B sets from Duck Pond resident DJs and friends:
Dj Cue (Airpusher) B2B Ry2 (Duck Pond)
GingerKat (Zero Fucks) B2B Ariel Ocean (Duck Pond)
Dylan (Duck Pond) B2B Yoni (Duck Pond)
Chilton (Duck Pond) B2B Tingle (Duck Pond)
Grab a buddy (or 10) of your own, throw on those matching party pants, and dance the night away to tech and bass house. Just try not to lose your buddy. You never know when they’ll show up back at camp.
MAIN ROOM / 21+
ABOUT Sage Armstrong
Sage Armstrong began making waves in the house music scene with his debut Dirtybird release, ‘What’s Yo Tempetcha?’. Grown in the south, he has been influenced by a multitude of different genres that continue to inspire his creative flow in the studio and on stage. He has created his own style by adding unique elements that give off a vibe of bouncy underground beats with original vocals. Sage continues making music with no creative boundaries after receiving support from some of his favorite Dirtybird artists like Justin Martin and the boss man himself, Claude VonStroke. With an exciting release schedule and show dates piling up, the future is looking bright for this rising star.
ABOUT Duck Pond
Duck Pond has been a dive bar staple in Black Rock City since 2006. Home to everyone's favorite Burning Man opening night party, The Early Bird Special, the Ducks pride themselves on slinging cold booze and sick beats, morning, noon and night. Duck Pond is honored and humbled to host amazing talent every year, including DJ Dan, Skrillex, Diplo, Aphrodite, Elite Force, Bootie SF and many more.
We have zero tolerance for creeps. Seriously. If you’re having a problem with someone, let a bartender or security know, or find someone wearing a Duck Pond shirt and we’ll help you handle it discreetly. Our parties are a time to have fun the way you want! Consent is critical.