Champagne Drip and Sippy to Take Over Discopussy

Champagne Drip is slated to perform at Discopussy in Las Vegas with supporting act SIPPY on Tuesday, November 29, 2022, as part of his Time Warp tour. Purchase tickets for this event at Ticket Fairy.

DJ/producer Champagne Drip’s ongoing tour is in support of his 2022 EP ‘Time Warp,’ released on the Wakaan record label. The four-track EP features Detroit-based bass music producer Sully and singer-songwriter Christina Soto. He kicked off his tour at Wakaan Fest on October 1, which was a great display of his musical prowess.

‘Kaleidoscope’ feat. Crystalline off ‘Starman,’ ‘Me and You,’ a collaboration with Lucii, and his 2019 single ‘In My Dreamz’ with Linney, are among his most popular songs on Spotify. He has performed at the Lost Lands festival, Imagine Music Festival, Electric Zoo Festival, Forbidden Kingdom Festival, and Beyond Wonderland at the Gorge this year. Champagne Drip recently announced that he will be playing at Subtronics and Countdown NYE this December.

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DJ and bass music producer Sippy shared her ‘Run It Up’ EP this year and is currently touring alongside Champagne Drip. She also rolled out the EP ‘Captive,’ consisting of the title track with Bianca, ‘Who’s In Charge,’ a collaboration with British grime collective Virus Syndicate, and a remix for DJ duo RIOT’s ‘Down With Your Love,’ among others.

Like Champagne Drip, Sippy too has performed at Beyond Wonderland, Forbidden Kingdom, and the Lost Lands festival this year. She also embarked on an Australia/New Zealand tour earlier this year with shows in Wollongong, Brisbane, Hamilton, and more.

Get tickets for Wakaan presents Time Warp with Campagne Drip + Sippy at NFBN and Wakaan presents Champagne Drip + Sippy at The Bluebird Reno at the Ticket Fairy: HERE

Find Champagne Drip online: Spotify | Instagram | Apple Music | YouTube
Sippy: Spotify | Instagram | Apple Music | YouTube
Wakaan Records: Instagram
Discopussy: Instagram

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