Deep Dish Appear In Chicago For A Secret Show
by Mikey Lavery
When you mention the word Deep Dish in Chicago, you usually get someone telling you about the city's delicious deep pan pizzas, but this past Saturday night, there was a very different serving under that name.
It was only last month that the famous DJing duo of Sharam and Dubfire teased the world with their return to dance music under the guise of Deep Dish and the clubbers who turned up at Chicago club The Mid on Saturday and were, quite simply, the luckiest clubbers in the U.S.
Of course, those in the know and who had been keeping up with the rumors surrounding the pair and quickly guessed there would be some kind of announcement at the night. The flyers for the exclusive secret show only displayed the symbol Deep Dish had used as the on their website in the run-up to their reunion announcement. Was it enough to get people talking and send a buzz around the city? You bet it was.
After social media exploded, the club’s s promoters confirmed Deep Dish’s appearance on hours before doors opened, but by then, 1300 fans who were on the ball RSVP’d and got in for free and experienced a night they would never forget.
Deep Dish’s brand new single “Quincy” arrives March 17th and is currently Number One in the Buzz Chart and was Pete Tong’s Essential New Tune for his BBC Radio 1 show. With no further dates announced, we suggest you get your tickets for their long, long awaited show at Miami’s Ice Place on March 29. If Saturday night was anything to go by, it may just turn into the event of the year.
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