In the heart of the Himalayas, the first Love Tomorrow Music & Arts school has just opened doors. Together with 300 local children, Lost Frequencies (Love Tomorrow Ambassador) inaugurated the magnificent building in Sekha, Nepal.
The total industry revenues grew from 570.7 Cr. in 2016 to 725.6 Cr. in 2017.
Dashiki is an unusual artistic movement that mixes a blend European and African cultures with music, visuals and people.
Cream Ibiza moves to its shiny new home at Hï Ibiza this summer and having already confirmed three electronic music heavyweights, namely Diplo, Hardwell and Steve Angello, as party regulars, the esteemed club brand can now reveal the next wave of big-name acts set to join them.
After a successful 2017 season, Privilege Ibiza is gearing up for another year of musical bliss. The summer reawakening of the San Rafael giant begins with the Opening Party on Friday 25th May, showcasing some of the best names in the scene.
With help from their friend Elena Brower, Above & Beyond will be performing a (rather rare) yoga set at Anjunabeach SoCal.
Summertime is well and truly arriving in Greenwich over the coming months as game changing London venue Studio 338 sets out plans for yet another unique and irresistible pool party series.
Having sound-tracked an array of legendary club nights over the last quarter of a century, Positiva Records celebrate their 25th anniversary throughout 2018, marking the occasion with a series of special shows and events.
New music industry event organisation, the Women in Dance Music Collective, will launch at this month’s Brighton Music Conference.