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POLARIZING EDM DJ, DJ PRODIGY IS SET TO HAVE PERFORMANCE FOR X GAMES 2022 HEADLINE SHOW

THE 24 YEAR OLD WHO HAS LAID WORK WITH CHASE ATLANTIC, PINKPANTHERESS AND OTHERS, ALONG WITH HAVING UNDERGROUND EDM SHOWS IN AWE SHE PLANS TO GIVE A SHOW WORTH WHILE

POLARIZING EDM DJ, DJ PRODIGY IS SET TO HAVE PERFORMANCE FOR X GAMES 2022 HEADLINE SHOW


 Wildly known that her live sets go absolutely off, and that seems to be the consensus about her last year debut show at Warehouse Unground in London 2021. The duel threat DJ, with a amazing ear for music and immense talent will set to do a live set after the X Games annual events. She is rumored to be one of the leading producers for Australian-Band, Chase Atlantic upcoming album. This was slowly budding after she was brought to be announced as one of the faces for the breakout single “Escort” by Chase Atlantic. 

Credits include “Eden” Start and End, Melanie Martinez “Lunchbox Friends and much more producing abilities to name. 


For the second consecutive year, ESPN will stage the summer edition of X Games at multiple locations across Southern California, including a return to two of the venues it used in 2021: X Games Moto X medalist Axell Hodges’ “Slayground” compound in Encinitas and the the CA Training Facility (CATF) high-performance skateboarding training center in Vista. 

This summer, however, X Games will debut two new disciplines in skateboard and BMX MegaPark. Those events will be held at 13-time X Games medalist Elliot Sloan’s legendary backyard park in Vista, which contains one of the world’s few mini megaramps. 

Over time, Sloan has built out the ramp into a full-fledged “MegaPark” by adding a return and quarterpipe in March 2020, which provides skaters with four total trick attempts during their run. Thus, while Summer X Games 2022 won’t feature a traditional big air contest, the debut of the MegaPark discipline will blend all the elements skaters and viewers alike love about big air and vert. 

The SloanYard venue also features a 100-foot vert ramp, which will play host to skateboard vert and skateboard vert best trick.

As in 2021, this year’s event, which will run July 20-24, will be closed to the public with no spectators in attendance. A future return to a more traditional, centralized venue that can accommodate fans onsite is in the cards, says vice president of programming and acquisitions Tim Reed.


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