Dutch producer Sander van Doorn headlines The Ritz Ybor City on Saturday

He’s celebrating 15 years on ‘Identity.’

click to enlarge Dutch producer Sander van Doorn headlines The Ritz Ybor City on Saturday

If you’re an indie-rock purist who secretly spent 2007 dancing to a trance remix of the Arctic Monkeys’ “When The Sun Goes Down,” then you might want to head to an EDM show on Saturday to pay your respects. That’s when Sander van Doorn (who produced said remix) will headline a tour that celebrates the 15-year anniversary of his Identity radio show. The 40-year-old Dutch DJ already marked the occasion at Miami Music Week earlier this year, but this is the first time he’s doing so locally.

Sander Van Doorn w/Pedro M/Kyle Kinch. Sat. Aug. 10, 10 p.m. $15. The Ritz, Ybor City. discodonniepresents.com.


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