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DJ Duo ‘The Chainsmokers’ to Perform at Forest Hill Stadium, Tickets are Now on Sale

Jan. 31, 2017 Staff Report

The popular electronic dance music (EDM) DJs The Chainsmokers will play at the Forest Hills Stadium for the first time ever this summer, according to venue’s website.

The DJs will be performing at the stadium with special guest Alison Wonderland on Friday, June 9th, and opening with Kiiara on Saturday, June 10th as part of their nationwide “Memories Tour.”

The duo is comprised of Alex Pall who grew up in Westchester, NY, and Andrew Taggart of Freeport, Maine. They first performed live together at Terminal 5 in September 2014, and have since reached the top 10 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, and Top 10 in Australia and the U.K. with their songs, “#Selfie”, “Roses,” “Don’t Let Me Down” and “Closer.”

Tickets to the two Forest Hills concerts have just gone on sale and are available to purchase at the Forest Hills Stadium website.

The summer lineup at the stadium includes the The xx on May 19, Sigur Rós on June 17, and Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers on July 26 and 27.

For more information on the concert, visit http://www.foresthillsstadium.com/events/detail/330810

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