Danny Avila releases DA TV Episode 12: UK Takeover

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Latest part of his much-loved video series is out now
Features behind-the-scenes footage of his gigs including
Ministry of Sound, Life in Color and Don’t Let Daddy Know

The twelfth episode of Danny Avila’s popular DA TV tour diary series is now live on his YouTube channel, with this edition a ‘UK takeover’ featuring footage from his recent string of dates in England and Scotland. Each performance during this 4-gig tour were packed a lot of importance, as each gig marked a special part of Danny’s career.

Kicking off at DJ Mag’s headquarters, Danny performed a 2-hour live set which had fans going crazy on social media. Danny Avila was placed at #60 in last year’s DJ Mag Top 100, solidifying his relationship with the magazine with this special event. Continuing with a gig at the legendary main room, The Box, at Ministry of Sound marked another major milestone. Danny has become a frequent guest at the iconic London establishment, making him one of the youngest acts to ever do so. The video shows Danny rocking Manchester with a spectacular show at the world renowned event series; Life in Color, performing alongside Laidback Luke, Sander van Doorn and Nicky Romero.

Finishing off the UK tour with a smash performance at one of the world’s premier events; Don’t Let Daddy Know. The Edinburgh event was the debut DLDK event for Danny, the organization which has rapidly grown from a one-off event to a global frontrunner in dance music events. Danny’s debut their marks the begin of what could be a long-lasting relationship.

The new episode is the latest offering from Avila in his ongoing efforts to provide immersive experiences for his fans and to bring them closer into his exciting lifestyle. With over half a million views for the series so far, it’s proved to be something that his fans truly appreciate.



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