British producer, DJ and trance master Paul Oakenfold will help the Garden celebrate its second anniversary next month.
He'll bring his "We Are Planet Perfecto" tour to the Union Plaza restaurant and club at 9 p.m. Oct. 21.
Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 at the door, on sale at Ticketbully, Hommework and the Garden.
It's a 21 and over show.
The tour comes as Oakenfold, one of the first electronic dance music artists to break through big, is putting the finishing touches on a new album, "Pop Killer," due early next year. It features guest appearances by Cee-Lo, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Matt Goss.
He's also winding down his three-year "Perfecto Vegas" residency at Sin City's Rain Nightclub. His last performances there will be Oct. 8 and New Year's Eve.
Oakenfold's website lists a performance time of 11:40 p.m. at the Garden, 511 Western.
In other news:
• Mexican regional pop star Jenni Rivera, who played here twice on her last, mariachi-themed tour, will debut her new Estrella TV talk show on Oct. 19.
"Jenni" is billed as a single-topic talk show designed to show "a different Jenni," as she put it in a press release.
Rivera, who recently sold out LA's Staples Center, was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award for her mariachi album "La Gran Senora en Vivo." They'll be handed out Nov. 10 in Las Vegas.
• Speaking of award nominations, Las Cruces' Randy Granger is up for two awards at this year's NAMMYs — the 13th annual Native American Music Awards.
His album "Pura Vida — This Is Pure Life" is up for best world music recording and best Latin American recording.
Those awards will be given out Oct. 7 in Niagra Falls, NY.