Belgium's leading whimsical EDM festival, Tomorrowland, will release their global ticket sales this Saturday, February 15. Taking place for two consecutive weekends, July 18th - 20th then July 25 - 27th, Tomorrowland is expected to be bustling with dance music lovers from all over the world. This year's theme happens to be, The Key To Happiness.
Expected attendees must first sign up for the Pre-Registration tickets by clicking on this link until February 15th, 12PM (CET). Make sure to be alert when choosing which weekend works best for your schedule.
Back in December, we announced that party duo, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, were going to livestream their first ever solo show, 'Bringing Home The Madness,' here. In case you missed their grand performance via livestream, the duo has released their 2-hour set on Youtube.
Held in Belgium's biggest stadium, Antwerp's Sportpaleis, the entire stadium looks like a full house. According to the numbers, more than 35,000 attended this show, wow! The production behind this show were backed up by Tomorrowland producers, which can explain the immense stage and lights that can accomodate to a show this size.
Oh yes, Oh yes!-- This week on #ThrowbackThursdays, we're featuring the legendary, Carl Cox. Here's a list of reasons why Carl Cox is a living legend:
1. He has his very own badass stage every year at mega music festivals like Tomorrowland, Electric Daisy Carnival and Ultra Music Festival appropriately titled, 'Carl Cox and Friends.'
2. He was able to cheat time and ring in the Millennium twice by flying into two different timezones.
3. He released 16 albums since the year 1996.
4. He has a 'Global' radio show that hits unprecedented records. The numbers are as follows: "over 16 miliion listeners wordwide, syndicated across 60 terrestial FM, Satellite and DAB stations throughout 35 countries, making him one of the most important broadcasters on the planet."
One of the most popular EDM events in the world, Tomorrowland, has finally released an amazing after-movie of their 2013 festival that occured this summer in Belgium. This 30 minute recap of the festival is undoubtedly one of the most epic festival videos to date. Filled with great production, awesome music, and sick shots of the event, viewers will get to relive the extraordinary experience that is Tomorrowland (and make all those who didn't go really jealous).
Luckily for everyone, the American expansion of the festival, Tomorrowworld, begins in just a couple of weeks. From September 27 to 29, the fairytale event will be taking place at Chattahoochee Hills in Georgia. Tickets are still available over at tomorrowworld.com, so go get those and experience one of the most extravegant festivals the EDM world has to offer!
We had a few minutes to sit down with the French DJ/producer Martin Solveig after his performance at Electric Zoo in New York. Solveig’s creativity and adventuresome spirit could be seen throughout his set on Main Stage East as he brought the crowd to life. Interacting with the crowd from the beginning where he invited everyone to be part of the filming of the 'Blow' music video, Solveig kept it up throughout his set. The enthusiasm was evident as we talked to Solveig about his performance, his new single with Laidback Luke, and the exciting summer he’s had.
Easily one of Revealed Recordings’ hottest artists, Dannic is the artist to watch as he continues to navigate the EDM circuit. Between his current tour, his new radio show, and his most recent release, ‘Rocker’, the Dutch DJ isn’t showing any sign of slowing down. With performances at the biggest festivals of the summer, including EDC Las Vegas and a debut at Tommorrowland, Dannic also had the chance to take the main stage at Electric Zoo on Randall’s Island in New York this past weekend. After delivering a festival-worthy set, full of energy, big drops, and banging tracks, Dannic took a few minutes to chat with us about his experience, how he got here, and what we can expect from him for the remainder of the year.
It just so happens that this past weekend was Cosmic Gate and Emma Hewitt's debut at Governors Island, and to celebrate we wanted to surprise our readers with something a little special! Not only did we catch Bossi mid-shave as we knocked on his hotel door to bombard him with an interview, but we were also fortunate enough to bring along one of DC's coolest, most talented videographers. Yes, that's right, we have some raw footage of Sunday's show just in case you missed it, or want a little recap because the photos on your phone aren't enough. Check out Bossi's thoughts below on how their show would be at Governors Island, and compare them to how it actually was!
Many avid festival goers have placed TomorrowLand, Belgium's largest EDM music gathering, on their bucket list of festivals to someday experience. Set in a fairy tale dream land with campgrounds called Dreamville, the festival brings in over 180,000 visitors from 200 countries to its home in Boom, Belgium every year since its inception in 2005. With past performers like Swedish House Mafia, Armin Van Buuren, David Guetta, Steve Aoki, and Avicii, the festival has become known worldwide for its incredible main stage set up, endless music, and engulfing art installations The Dutch festival organizers, ID&T Entertainment and Media Enterprise, announced earlier this week that they will be joining forces with curators of last year's successful CounterPoint Festival to create TomorrowLand's second home and give the festival a tangible destination for US-based fans. The spinoff of the popular festival, to be called TomorrowWorld will be happening September 27-29th 2013 in mystical lands of Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, just outside the city limits of Atlanta.