This New Year’s Eve, party like the classic stars at Truman Capote’s legendary masquerade ball. Inspired by the 1966 party that had the entirety of New York City abuzz, NYE 2017: The Black & White Ball will be held at the recently renovated Hyatt Hotel and features three rooms of music disco, dance, funk, top 40, old school, soul, and house from some of the Twin Cities’ top DJs.
Each year, Ignite Models and the team behind nyempls.com are on the pulse of the Twin Cities music scene, and NYE 2017: The Black & White Ball is no exception. When it comes to featuring the best of the incredible wealth of talent in the cities, no line up would be complete without DJ D.Mil. Most DJs will say they grew up on hip hop, but it couldn’t be more true of D.Mil. Raised on St. Paul’s East Side, D.Mil spent much of his ‘80s childhood shadowing his older brother, Jim, a b-boy break dancer with the St. Paul Wild Style who introduced D.Mil to classic rap and the growing Twin Cities hip hop scene. When he turned 18, D.Mil bought a pair of Technics and a sound system. He says he hasn’t looked back since, all the while amassing a national following and an impressive roster of residencies. Drawing inspiration directly from the crowd’s reaction and momentum, D.Mil is always good for an energetic set that proves why he is one of the Twin Cities’ most in-demand DJs.
To get your end of the year party started, tune in to hear DJ D.Mil live as the mixer for GO 95.3 FM’s Mr. Peter Parker Show on weekdays at 5 pm. There’s no doubt D.Mil will be accomplishing his New Year’s resolution to continue inspiring people and parties, ending 2016 with the biggest one of the year. Don’t miss your chance to finish this year off right with a live set from DJ D.Mil at NYE 2017: The Black & White Ball.