• DATE /September 9, 2017
  • TIME /10:00 PM - 05:00 AM
  • ADDRESS /1up — 214 West Commercial Row Reno, NV 89501

Event info

Dr. Fresch returns to Reno on September 9th at 1UP.

LA-Based producer Dr.Fresch makes his highly anticipated return to the 775. He’ll be performing at 1UP a long side local favorites Roger That, Kalvin & Clein, Case, Chuck Tyler and Stacy G.


Tunes will be kicking off at 10 pm and we will be partying until the sun comes up.


Act fast and get a ticket to the show for the low cost of $5! Pre show tickets are $10 and day will be $15.


Dr. Fresch:

In 2012, Tony launched the Dr. Fresch brand with remixes on Dim Mak Records,Big Mamas House Records, and Prep School Recordings. After securing a position as a resident DJ for Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records in 2013, he won Insomniac’s Discovery Project Contest and waschosen to perform at Nocturnal Wonderland in San Bernardino, CA. Following his performance at Nocturnal Wonderland, Dr. Fresch went on to release hisdebut EP which was featured at #9 on Billboard Magazine’s “Next Big Sound” Chart in November 2013. Since then, Dr. Fresch has gone on to release amassively successful series of remixes, garnering multiple Top 5 spots in Hype Machine’s popular chart, and over 10,000,000 plays on SoundCloud and millions of plays on YouTube.Dr. Fresch has continued to gain serious momentum over the course of the last year. With releases on OWSLA, Ministry of Sound, and more, Dr. Fresch has quickly solidifiedhimself as one of the most unique emerging dance music artists.Over the summer of 2015, Dr. Fresch launched his viral mix series “The Prescription” which has already garnered millions of plays over the course of its first 8 episodes. Each installment features a 30minute Dr. Fresch mix followed by a 30 minute guest mix. The summeralso brought Dr. Fresch onto the festival circuit with plays at likes of EDC Las Vegas,Paradiso, Moonrise, Nocturnal, CRSSD, Splash House, Escape, and more.With an arsenal of original music yet to be released, the future continues to remain bright for Dr. Fresch.