Diplo’s Mad Decent Block Party is coming to Pakistan in 2018
With 2018 fast approaching Diplo has some exciting news for his Pakistan fans as the American DJ and founder of Mad Decent record label is set to bring his renowned Mad Decent Block Party to the streets of Pakistan next year. Thomas Wesley Pentz and the Mad Decent label will touch down in Pakistan on the 18th February next year for some Mad Decent music madness.
The origin of Diplo’s Mad Decent Block Party started around ten years ago on the streets of Philadelphia where the event closed off one single street to host a free day party. Considered underground artists at the time a handful of hip-hop and dance acts played the event. However. Diplo’s vision for Mad Decent Block Party propelled it to new heights when in 2013 the event upgraded from its previous five city stop to a 13-city tour.
In 2014 the Mad Decent Block Party landed in a whopping 22 cities across North America and the following year Mad Decent took to the seas as they charted a cruise ship in 2o15. Mad Decent Block Party continued its success in 2016 when the event made it across the globe to India for the delight of Diplo’s Indian fan base. Last year the event graced the iconic Red Rocks topping off another successful year of the block party.
Now Mad Decent fans can get ready for the first Mad Decent Block Party which is just over a month away. Its almost been exactly two years since Diplo last visited Pakistan when he played alongside local Pakistani musicians but one-third of Major Lazer star will be ready for his long-awaited return to the country. Although a date has been set there is no confirmation of who will perform alongside Diplo, however, the American DJ mentioned Omar and Talal Qureshi in his announcement tweet, two local Pakistani artists the Diplo played with last time in Pakistan.
Check out the DJ announcing his Mad Decent Block Party touch down in Pakistan next year below. Keep up to date on Diplo’s twitter and watch out for more information on the Mad Decent Block Party Here.
— wes (@diplo) December 22, 2017