Calvin Harris Made Into Wax Statue
Calvin Harris has been given his very own life-sized wax replica, displayed in Madame Tussauds, New York. The Scottish DJ and producer joins the likes of Steve Aoki and Martin Garrix as yet another DJ who has been immortalised in wax, consolidating his position as one of the most influential artists of this generation. Calvin Harris’ replica can be found in the Time Square-based museum as part of its Silent Summer Club Series, where visitors will be able to attend three silent discos as part of the ‘Calvin Harris Experience’. Where they will be able to listen to electronic music on headphones while dancing in front the wax statue. The first date is set to be July 11, with additional parties on Aug. 9 and Sept. 16. Tickets are available now.
If you want to listen to the real Calvin Harris perform, he recently announced that he’ll be playing three dates in Pacha Ibiza this summer. Originally only having two residencies in Las Vegas until 2020, these shows might be the only way to experience Calvin Harris in Europe this summer. The event is called Tuesdays on Mars and will take place on the 14th, 21st, and 28th of August. For Pacha, it is a great accomplishment, after the renowned club underwent a complete makeover over the last couple of months.
Calvin Harris has had an extremely successful first half of 2018, his latest release ‘One Kiss’ has undoubtedly taken off since its release, proving to be a track that is destined to be a summer mainstay. So far ‘One Kiss’ is just short of 100 million views on YouTube while having clocked up over 220 million plays on Spotify. The track has also been remixed by electronic dance music talents such as Jauz, ZHU, and most recently by Dutch sensation Oliver Heldens, you can hear the remix here.