Size In The Park Returns on May 17, 2014

Size In The Park Returns on May 17, 2014

by Danielle Desmond
04.16.2014


DJ/Producer and Size Records label boss Steve Angello has recently announced the return of his highly anticipated Size In The Park. After being held in Central Park at Rumsey Playfield for the past two years, the third annual Size In The Park location currently remains a mystery to fans. To encourage fan engagement and increase anticipation, the only way to uncover the undisclosed location is for fans to tweet using the hashtag #SITP1705, a contest which began yesterday. With each tweet, the map on sizeinthepark.com will zoom closer until the number of tweets reaches 10,000, revealing this year’s city and venue for this year’s show. Pretty cool. Currently the Size-ometer is only at 2,146. Although, the clues point towards this year’s SITP not taking place in the U.S. unlike its previous two shows. Tickets are not yet on sale, but the faster we find out the location, the sooner we can all try to snag a golden ticket. Get on Twitter and tweet your heart out Size fans.


 http://sizeinthepark.com



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