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Born and raised in Arles, France, Chris built his skills and reputation for years playing some of the finest establishments in Europe before hitting Las Vegas in 2004 for what was meant to be a two-week vacation. He was so enamored by the city that he decided to pack his bags and make it his new home — he hasn’t looked back since. The easiest way to understand how far Garcia has come since is to pay close attention to the venues he has played. From opening the main stage at EDC in 2012, to the BPM festival in 2013. Chris has headlined nine of the top ten grossing venues in America, and more than half of the top 50. With headliner residencies at Playhouse in Los Angeles, Vessel in San Francisco, Set in Miami, Sutra in Orange County, and plenty of others. While his preference for musical style is always deeper sexier and more subtle house music, living in Las Vegas forced him to adapt his style to give him the depth to play with mainstream commercial acts like Avicii, David Guetta, Afrojack, and Steve Angello. Garcia excels when he has the opportunity to play with DJs and producers whose playing style is similar to his, so he has matched up well when he played alongside Luciano, Jamie Jones, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, and The Martinez Brothers. Regardless of preference, there is a great deal of pride that Garcia has in working in as many countries, cities, and venues as he has – and being stretched to play the variety of styles asked of him. That range brought him to over 150 gigs last year in venues averaging capacity of well over 1,000.