5740 Maple Avenue
Dallas, TX 75235
Purple Foundation’s quarterly party at the Dallas Eagle: SCORE is back Saturday, June 11, with DJ Ben Baker (NYC) taking over the decks. NYC-based Ben Baker’s fresh take on house music has made him one of the most sought-after DJs in North America. Whether he is playing classic vocal tracks at the beach, tech and tribal house at the main event, or deep and dark beats at after-hours, Baker thrills partygoers and keeps them coming back for more.
With its hot dance floor, expansive patio, and friendly staff, The Eagle has provided the perfect setting for SCORE to quickly grow into one of Dallas’s most popular and fun nights out, bringing together a diverse and lively crowd in support of local HIV/AIDS organizations. SCORE is your party—whether you want to let go and dance the night away, grab drinks outside with old friends, or explore the sea of hot friendly faces for new adventures. All we ask is for you be yourself and have a blast doing it!
Join us on Saturday, Jun 11, for SCORE with DJ Ben Baker. The suggested donation at the door is $5, and like all Purple Foundation events, all proceeds go directly to local HIV/AIDS organizations. The Eagle will also be donating a portion of its bar sales for the night. Purple Foundation events are always a blast, so save the date and tell your crew to join you for a fantastic night of great music, good people, and a great cause.
DJ Ben Baker (NYC)
PAPA World Tour's resident NYC DJ, Baker has performed alongside international stars such as Isaac Escalante, Tomer Maizner, Oscar G., Micky Friedmann, Ana Paula, Paulo Pacheco, and Hector Fonseca. In the past year Baker has worked the crowds at Arena Festival (Playa del Carmen), Papa World Tour (NYC Resident DJ), Circuit Breaker @ Babel (Guadalajara), Rage (Mexico City), Heretic (Atlanta), Xion (Atlanta), XL (NYC), EGO (Providence), Erotika (Toronto), Prism World Pride (Toronto), Griffin Sundays (NYC), and Irving Plaza (NYC)
Ben Baker is the new face on the East Coast music scene, and he has acquired the credibility that experienced crowds demand.