Miss Monique [Extended Sunset Set] on The Roof event artwork

Miss Monique [Extended Sunset Set] on The Roof

Feb 5, 20232 PM
Miss Monique [Extended Sunset Set] on The Roof event artwork


Miss Monique's debut US performances in early 2022 quickly made her one of the most talked about progressive acts in recent memory. Gray Area has had a front-row seat to the sought-after Ukrainian talent's meteoric rise, hosting her in New York, Chicago, Detroit, Austin, and Los Angeles. And on February 5, 2023, she's back in Brooklyn for her first outdoor New York performance on the Superior Ingredients spectacular climate-controlled, glass-enclosed year-round open-air space, The Roof.

Miss Monique at the Biosphere Museum, in Montreal, Canada for Cercle

If you've been in the house for any of her monumental performances at Seismic Dance Event, CRSSD, EDC Orlando, or Dreamstate, you know why Monique is quickly becoming one of progressive's most recognizable DJs. And with unforgettable sets aboard the iconic Arcadia Spider and for Cercle in Montreal, the strength of her fanbase continues to grow in leaps and bounds. Her trademark blend of pumping melodic techno, progressive house, and trance overflows with uplifting and boundless energy and has made her a favorite of diverse artists like Gorgon City, Cosmic Gate, David Guetta, Meduza, Nora En Pure, and Andrew Rayel.

Miss Monique's achievements on stage in 2022 are only rivaled by her triumphs in the studio. She's dropped over a dozen releases on celebrated labels like her best-selling imprint Siona, Tiesto's AFTR:HRS, Cercle Records, Insomniac, and Nora En Pure's Purified Records. She's worked alongside industry heavyweights like Emma Hewitt, and remixed for leading progressive names like Paul Thomas. As a result, she is racking up millions of streams and is one of Beatport's top 10 best-selling progressive house artists of 2022.

We could continue singing Miss Monique's praises, but it wouldn't do her talent justice. So come through on February 5, 2023, and experience it live. Sunday funday's are made for good music and good fun. So dance the day away with this rising talent in an intimate setting beneath the warmth of the glass-enclosed roof amidst the backdrop of picturesque panoramic views of New York City. We can't think of a better way to chase away the Sunday scaries.

Support: NURAN

NURAN's smooth and sultry melodics have quickly caught the ears of industry heavyweights. With only two years since his first release on the legendary Sharam Jey's Bunny Tiger, the Miami-based DJ and producer has already picked up heavy support from the likes of Joseph Capriati, Paco Osuna, Maceo Plex, and Blond:ish. So come early to what all the fuss is about surrounding this quickly rising star.


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