Dev and Cataracs to Play at Pacific
Two of the hottest electro dance musicians, Dev and The Cataracs, will perform April 13 at the Stockton Arena as part of "The Electronic Vault," a large party hosted by the Associated Student Body of University of the Pacific (ASUOP). Doors to the Arena will open at 8 p.m. The event starts at 9 p.m.
University of the Pacific students will be offered discounted tickets as well as shuttle rides between the campus and the arena. Tickets for the public will be available through Ticketmaster starting Feb. 15.
"This concert will be nothing like any concert we've hosted before," said Arlene Brown, the Arts and Entertainment Advisor for ASUOP. "We hope to transform the arena into a giant dance club, complemented with some of Vegas' hottest DJs and private Pacific only lounge. The level of production going into this show will be unprecedented to Pacific."
Dev, who was born in Tracy and raised in Manteca, has had more than 38 million YouTube views for her song "In the Dark," which reached the #11 on Billboard in October of 2011. Last year, her album "The Night the Sun Came Up" was released in England. It's due to be released in the United States in March of this year.
She also has been featured as a guest artist on songs recorded by Enrique Iglasias, New Boyz, Demi Lovato, and Eric Saade.
The Cataracs have released four albums since 2006 and currently are promoting their fifth album "12," which also is due to be released in March. The group has had numerous minor hits, including several top 100 songs in the United States and Europe. Their biggest hit is the song "Like a G6," which reached the number one spot on Billboard in 2010.
Student tickets will cost $15 and will be limited to one per student. Student shuttles between the Stockton campus and the arena will begin at 8 p.m. the night of the concert. Tickets for the public will cost $35 in advance through Ticketmaster, or $45 at the door.
For more information about Dev, visit http://devishot.com.
For more information about The Cataracs, visit http://www.itsthecataracs.com/.
For more information about ASUOP, visit http://ASuop.Pacific.Edu.