On the heels of their first album in five years, Justice is slowly getting back into touring mode. They did a few shows around the release of Woman in a few big cities across North America and Europe like Paris, London and New York. Now they will be returning to New York City the night before New Year's Eve for a special DJ set with friends on Pier 94.
This won't be a live set from Justice as they are still readying their new live setup next year. It will likely be premiered at Ultra Music Festival in March. Until then, expect DJ sets from Justice, which is nothing small since they have not toured much over the past few years.
Pre-sale tickets are available now starting at $50 plus fees.
This all part of RPM Presents' Big Week NYC, which will host dance events all over New York City leading up to New Year's Eve. On the big night they have Gareth Emery and friends at a Brooklyn Warehouse and then Nicole Moudaber, Danny Tenaglia and others will take over a different Brooklyn Warehouse.
DJ Snake, Tchami and the rest of the Pardon My French crew will take over Pier 94 on Dec. 28.
There is no word on who will be joining Justice for the show, but it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to think that some of the Ed Banger Records crew would come along for the show. Other DJs who have praised them over the past few weeks and toured with them in the past that have gigs in North America that week could also be possibilities.
UPDATE: Justice will be joined by Hot Chip (DJ Set) and Crystal Castles at Pier 94. Tickets are still on sale.