Ready to take the floor by storm

Giuseppe Ottaviani (above) will headline the Unlimited gig, which also includes Chris Schweizer (left) on the decks.

A HIGHLY anticipated dance music show featuring a massive line-up is ready to take KL Live in Kuala Lumpur by storm tomorrow.

Stake of Sound presents Unlimited, a collective of passionate dance music lovers coming together to ignite a darker and harder journey.

Unlimited features special appearances by international guests such as Giuseppe Ottaviani from Italy presenting Live 2.0, an evolution of his previous “Live 1.0” performance combining all those live elements with his productions and performing new “freshly-made” tracks.

Meanwhile, Sneijder from the UK arrives with his recent “Afterdark” concept for all things dark, original and dance floor-orientated, while Chris Schweizer from Argentina, hard trance legend Scot Project from Germany, and Shugz from the UK are also in the house.

Chris Schweizer
Chris Schweizer

Local favourites Chukiess & Whackboi and D’Jaeger will complement the night.


20, Jalan Sultan Ismail, KLPre-sale Normal ticket RM138 (excluding 7.5% processing fee when purchased online) are still available / Door sale – RM158 / VIP Ticket – RM168 (excluding 7.5% processing fee when purchased online) (VIP Entry Lane / Upper level VIP Area / 1x complimentary drink)

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