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DIJITALW Hollywood Hotel
Hollywood, CA
Sunday, June 19th
FREE WITH RSVP TO: info@findyourelectricbeach.com

Following 2015’s expansion to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, Miami, and ChicagoCorona’s event series Electric Beach has established itself as a leader in the EDM space bringing world-renowned DJs including Paper Diamond, SNBRN, Chromeo (DJ Set), Jillionaire of Major Lazer, Grandtheft, Bag Raiders, Will Sparks, Timmy Trumpet, AN21, TWRK,  Ape Drums, Craze, Astronomar, and more to cities across North America.

In May, Electric Beach made its return to Los Angeles’ Skybar At Mondrian Hotel with special guests Prince Fox and Cheat Codes providing the tunes. Now, the Corona Electric Beach will be bringing back the rooftop vibes, this time at West Hollywood’s W Hotel on Sunday, June 19th. Headlined with a DJ set from veteran Electric Beach performers, Australian megawatt duo Bag Raiders, Corona Electric Beach will be going all day from 2pm-7pm. Partygoers are also in for a set from special guest Watch The Duck as well as openers Dijital and Phil N Good. The 21+ summer kick off will be free with RSVP to info@findyourelectricbeach.com


Bag Raider’s long overdue and lovingly anticipated debut self-titled album is finally complete. Now the boys are ready to sit back, kick their feet up and enjoy the sound of jaws collectively dropping across the planet as they deliver one of the most well rounded and unique debut pop albums of the year.Bag Raiders are the combined talents of Jack Glass and Chris Stracey. Together, they produce the sparks of light, aural gems and sonic booms that make up one of the most sought-after up and coming duos on the planet. After dropping singles on Bang Gang 12s (Fun PunchTurbo Love) and remixing the likes Cut Copy, Midnight Juggernauts and Kid Sister, the two’s reputation internationally grew, and when they released a little ditty titled ‘Shooting Stars’ they reached every dangerous, dark and smokey corner of the world, making them a household name among in-the-know indie kids, the sweaty dance faithful and the DJs across the globe.A collection of thoughts, ideas and memories, Bag Raiders transcends typical dance and pop boundaries, showcasing the creativity of a band at the forefront of modern production. The album ticks the right boxes for fans new and old, coming correct with sing-a-long choruses, deep-breath anthems, blissful chill and pure dancefloor energy. In short Bag Raiders debut album adds a new dimension in the cluttered and diluted dance world.The boys recorded the album deep inside their secret inner-city bunker, where they grew colonial beards and shut out all natural light, choosing only to surface for fine wine and an assortment of snorkeling trips. Amidst the candle light and dripping taps they agonised over structures, waveforms and patterns possessed by a mad desire to reproduce a synaesthesic wonderland they could picture but could not see.Part of these precise experiments entailed hand picking a slew of special guests including Dan Black, Rhys Taylor (Ted & Francis), Simon Jones (The Holidays), Gisselle Rosselli (Crave You), Martin Solomon (Wim), and putting their vocal chords to work in a union of sweet melodies.The first taste of the record and sequel to the aforementioned Shooting Stars will be the first single Way Back Home. This swirling anthemic affair is a dancefloor call to arms (or hands in the air), with a beautifully moody performance by Martin Soloman from Sydney band Wim, who broods his way through a poignant display of affection, percussion and ecstasy.The record spirals into a matrix of colour from the opening second of the house- inspiredCastles In The Air. We are then taken through to the soon-to-be festival favourite Sunlightfeaturing Dan Black, to the soulful crooning on So Demanding, a daze inducing electro-lullaby.Prelude represents a new side of the dancing duo, a slow-burning instrumental centerpiece that takes the album on an express train to Musicality Central. The album then thumps along with one foot rooted in the dance world and the other kicking up pop-dust as we are treated with more delights before wrapping up with the epic closer Way Back Home.Chances are, if you’ve stumbled into a club, wobbled at a party, looked into the light at a festival or dawdled along the radio dial in the last 2 years, you’ve been inadvertently exposed to the Bag Raiders. The culmination of these moments and experiences you may well have forgotten is now here, in 49 minutes of take home, glistening glory. Bon appétit

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“Everyone sees the Duck traveling smoothly on top of the water, but no one sees how hard he’s kicking under it to stay afloat.”

Hailing from Alabama, WatchTheDuck (WtD) boldly fuses electronic music and soul to deliver a unique and pioneering sound to the global music community. Led by founding/performing members Jesse Rankins (songwriter/vocalist – aka the Voice) and Eddie Smith III (producer/DJ aka the Sound), along with production partner Oscar White(engineer/guitarist aka theDuck), WtD is a force to be reckoned with, demolishing genre boundaries and setting new benchmarks in modern music.

WtD has experienced critical acclaim due to their fresh take on production. Atlanta hip-hop legend T.I. tapped WtD to lend their talent to “Light Em Up,” the track Billboard hailed as ‘Paperwork’s’ “darkest and strongest cut.” The collective has also collaborated with Beyoncé, The Dream, SchoolBoy Q, Afrojack, Young Jeezy, Tricky Stewart, Sevyn Streeter, and Pharrell Williams, among others.

Their remixes of Beyoncé’s “Partition” and “Drunk In Love” as well as T.I.’s “All About The Money” have garnered hundreds of thousands of plays on SoundCloud, where they have a loyal and growing fan base. But the boys are not only masterminds in the studio, they’re also bosses in the live arena. Their high-energy performances have captivated the festival stages of SXSW, Counterpoint, Number Fest, Parklife, BeatPatrol, AWOL, and TomorrowWorld.

Their tunes have also successfully crossed over to the silver screen, as their single “Poppin’ Off” was featured in the summer smash film ‘DOPE’ as well as in TV’s ‘Banshee,’ ‘One Life to Live,’ VH1’s ‘Love & Hip Hop New York,’ ESPN’s ‘First Take,’ and even in the video game ‘Saints Row IV. WTD is also celebrated for their distinct and lively music videos, which have garnered MTVu Freshman of the Week honors as well as Top 10 slots and performances on BET.

Having already accrued a stellar rolodex of releases including the ‘Black Music On Molly ReMixtape,’ ‘Anatidaephobia EP,’ and the critically acclaimed ‘Don’t Watch Me’ mixtape, WTD debuted their groundbreaking EP on Dim Mak / Epic Records. Executive produced by Pharrell Williams, T.I., Steve Aoki and Tricky Stewart; ’The Trojan Horse’ was released in Nov 2015. The EP also features Pharrell Williams, SchoolBoy Q, AfroJack, T.I. and a few more guest surprises.

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6250 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, California, 90028

Join us for a swim, or hang out at WET®, our famous rooftop pool and bar in Los Angeles. Enjoy stunning views of Los Angeles and Hollywood in the comfort of your own W lounge chair or private luxury cabana. All cabanas & daybeds may be reserved for a minimum food & beverage price. All cabanas have seating for up to 8 people including 2 lounge chairs.  Daybeds can accommodate up to 4 people. Reserve daybeds and cabanas here.

While we encourage and promote self-expression through fashion, we have a firm dress code. Only appropriate and upscale beachwear is welcome poolside at WET. This means NO jeans, basketball shorts, boots, printed shirts with offensive or aggressive graphics, or inappropriate swim or athletic wear. At night, our dress code is upscale and “dress to impress”. Men must wear closed toe shoes and a collared shirt to access the bars.


Known for bringing a fun in the sun vibe to legendary dance clubs, Electric Beach is an EDM-focused concert series sponsored by the legendary alcohol brand Corona.

Following 2015’s expansion to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, Miami, and Chicago,  Corona’s event series Electric Beach has established itself as a leader in the EDM space bringing world-renowned DJs including Paper Diamond, SNBRN, Chromeo (DJ Set), Jillionaire of Major Lazer, Grandtheft, Bag Raiders, Will Sparks, Timmy Trumpet, AN21, TWRK,  Ape Drums, Craze, Astronomar, and more to cities across North America.

By creating an authentic on-site consumer experience, Electric Beach is a party atmosphere synonymous with the laid-back music entertainment produced all over Mexico’s Beaches. “This is a party experience that is not only about the DJ but also about the ambiance.”

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