Boston’s biggest dance party iExperia hits the House of Blues

Glowkids & Fuse, A-Borg, Commerce and several other DJs will descend upon the House of Blues Boston to bring a mix of EDM music, confetti blasts and laser shows to their audience Friday, Sept. 27. Described as Cirque Du Soleil meets a massive nightclub dance party, iExperia will bring some of the local scene’s biggest DJs together under one roof paired together with acrobats, hoop performers and other acts.

One of the show’s headliners, Glowkids & Fuse did not originally start out as a duo but soon came together after playing weekly at GLOW Boston.

“Other promoters started booking us to play their parties together. There was a photo taken of us on New Year’s Eve one year when we were playing at RISE and we noticed we had a cool image going between the two of us. [We] officially collaborated as a duo in May 2012,” said Fuse.

Fuse describes the duo’s music as “electro, progressive and vocal house and dance remixes.”

Fuse is a former Journal editor.

The duo is looking forward to playing at iExperia, explaining that the show is bringing something different to college students. The show promises to feature “huge light and lasers shows, confetti blasts and an elaborate visual setup,” according to its website.

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“We’re bringing a world-class level show to college students. Normally, you would only see things like this in Las Vegas, New York City or other large entertainment destinations,” Glowkids said.

As for what to expect from Glowkids & Fuse at the show, they promise it will be “an exciting, energetic and uplifting soundtrack to a totally mind-blowing experience.”

The stage performers during sets will also bring something unique to the night in the two’s opinion.

“There will be a number of stage performers you don’t see at the typical EDM concepts – festivals, maybe, but definitely not a venue like House of Blues,” Fuse said.

Two fellow performers that Fuse & Glowkids are excited to see take the stage on Friday night are A-Borg and Case & Point.

“I’ve only seen Case & Point play at Gypsy Bar, so to see them play at a place multiple times with all the more people will be awesome,” said Fuse.

The 18+ show does enforce a strict dress code, however. Women must wear dresses, skirts, nice denim, heels or flats. Men are encouraged to wear nice denim, shoes that aren’t sneakers and a collared or neat t-shirt. Doors open at 7 p.m. and tickets can be bought at or Tickets start at $31.65. The Suffolk Journal is also giving away one pair of tickets to the show. Visit the Suffolk Journal Facebook or Twitter account to find out how to enter.