Crossover artist CloZee unites festival kids and NPR lovers with eclectic house at Celine


  • Lionel Pesqué
French electronic artist Chloé Herry, aka CloZee, is known for blending dancefloor rhythms with international instrumentation and a keen sense of drama. It’s resulted in plenty of crossover appeal; she’s just as likely to have fans who know her from NPR’s Echoes as they do from Electric Forest. She swings through downtown’s Celine this week for a can’t-miss night, even if it’s only to watch her eclectic fan groups interact.

8 p.m. Sunday; Celine Orlando, 22 S. Magnolia Ave.; $25;

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