Dutch big room house, electro house DJ and record producer, Hardwell has not been booked for Tomorrowland 2017. This marks the 2nd consecutive year where the former 2-time world #1 DJ won’t be performing at the iconic Belgian event.
With 2017 well and truly under way, many of you will already be planning your holidays this year around European locations where there are a host of brilliant festivals to attend.
Spinnin’ Records is making its debut at world famous festival Tomorrowland this year. The Dutch record label will head over to Belgium on Friday 28 July with its popular event Spinnin’ Sessions.
Taking place from 13-14 August 2016, on the sun-kissed golden sands of Zeebrugge Beach in Belgium, WECANDANCE festival showcases an exceptional line-up of quality underground music across 4 main stages.
Few can argue with the impressive line-up offerings of one of electronic scene’s most extraordinary festival spectacles, Tomorrowland!
Hardwell’s upcoming ‘I Am Hardwell’ show in Antwerp has been cancelled over looming terror threats following the terror attack in Brussels.
The world famous Café Mambo Ibiza is ready to embark on its global tour and will be making a stop in Belgium for the very first time.
Superstar DJs/producers Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, voted #1 on DJ Mag’s globally renowned poll of the Top 100 DJs in the world, returned to Belgium over the weekend for three sold-out shows (December 17, 18, 19), with special guests Afrojack, Armin van Buuren and Ne-Yo, plus an exclusive vinyl-only session. The duo will head to the U.S. first quarter of next year to finish their new album.
Big Room House been notoriously one of the most popular genres of Electronic Dance Music during the 2013 and 2014 years. Both DVBBS and BORGEOUS were able to capitalize on this movement with their hit track “Tsunami” which took the world by storm. Now the trio are celebrating their brand new Gold status by selling over 15,000 copies of “Tsunami” in Belgium.