| American|| Lukasz Tracz|
| 4 April 1985Ziebize, Poland|
Co-founder of Life in Color (tour)
Lukasz Tracz (born April 4, 1985) is an entrepreneur and a businessman who currently lives in Miami Beach, Florida. Involved with several ventures, he is best known as the co-founder of Life in Color, an EDM tour dubbed the "World's Largest Paint Party," which was recently purchased by Robert F. X. Sillerman's SFX Entertainment. Lukasz and his twin-brother have been named "EDM International Phenomenons" by Boca Magazine.
Lukasz Tracz Wikipedia
He and his new circle of friends loved partying so they began hosting events at various clubs, and charging an inclusive price for limousine shuttles and VIP bottle service. Once Lukasz and his friends started throwing parties regularly, they decided to name themselves Committee Entertainment. All founders were avid fans of house music, and took different roles: Paul Campbell was relations/social media manager, Sebastien Solano was in charge of event negotiations, David Solano (aka DJ Climax) was the resident DJ, while Lukasz was in charge of media marketing.
At the time in Tallahassee, paint parties between fraternities and sororities were becoming popular. After attending one of these parties, Lukasz and his partners had the idea to acquire the name "DayGlow" and throw paint parties. In 2007, Lukasz and his partners (Sebastian Solano, Paul Campbell, David Solano & Patryk Tracz) decided to organize their first Dayglow in Miami at a local club called Allure. The first show had 1,000 attendees.
Later Lukasz and his partners took the party to Club Space and started traveling to cities outside of Florida. It only took 2 years for Dayglow to grow exponentially, becoming the 1st college EDM touring event in the United States. In 2009 Dayglow hosted a stage at the massive Ultra Music Festival. Their party has also been featured in National Geographic.
In 2013, Lukasz and his business partners hosted their 1st Life in Color Festival in Miami. Committed to blending genres, the committee faced criticism when they added 2 Chainz to the event, with Lukasz defending the inclusion of hip hop. 2 Chainz was eventually added to the lineup, which also included artists such as Calvin Harris, R3hab, and Steve Aoki.
Lukasz and his twin-brother have been named "EDM International Phenomenons" by Boca Magazine.
Tracz continues to live in Miami Beach, Florida.