Canadian DJ duo, DVBBS, returns to Maya Day and Nightclub

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Māyā Day + Nightclub, Steve LeVine Entertainment & Public Relations and Disco Donnie Presents announce DVBBS will perform at Māyā Day + Nightclub on Saturday, October 24.

Canadian dance music duo DVBBS (pronounced “dubs”) is comprised of brothers Christopher and Alex van den Hoef. The gentlemen took the dance music world by storm in 2013 with the release of their hit single, “Tsunami,” a collaboration with DJ and producer Borgeous, according to a press release.

The track was released on Sander van Doorn’s label Doorn Records and charted worldwide in countries including Belgium, Austria, Denmark, Sweden, Canada, and Germany, stated the release. It also reached No. 1 on both the Beatport Top 100 and Netherlands iTunes chart.

In March 2014 DVBBS released a vocal remix of the song featuring British rapper Tinie Tempah entitled “Tsunami (Jump).” It topped the UK Singles Chart and has received extensive airplay in Britain via the likes of BBC Radio 1Xtra, Rinse FM, and Capital Xtra, stated the release.

Doors for DVBBS open at 9 p.m., at 7333 E. Indian Plaza in Scottsdale. This is a 21+ event.

To purchase tickets, please visit or For VIP table reservations contact host at

Māyā Day + Nightclub was named for the ancient deity that manifests and perpetuates illusion and dream, according to the release. Developed by Triyar Entertainment, Māyā features a 9,700 square foot indoor bar and 17,600 square feet of outdoor pool and patio areas with a resort-style pool complete with daybeds, lounges, private and VIP cabanas.

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