The widely acclaimed dance concept Don’t Let Daddy Know will go to the USN Bolton Arena in Greater Manchester on Saturday 7th October 2017.
They’re under starter’s requests, and… ..Party At The Races is back, at Brighton Racecourse on eleventh August, blending all the enjoyment of a day at the races with the enormous night energy of a dance music event.
Welcoming a record-breaking 90,000 guests in 2016 alone, the Djakarta Warehouse Project became the largest two-day event in Asia last year. Now gearing up for its ninth edition, the festival returns with a jaw-dropping lineup of talent set to grace the stages of the JiExpo Kemayoran on December 15 & 16, 2017.
ULTRA Worldwide has confirmed the Sidney Myer Bowl as the location for its first event Down Under, when it arrives in Melbourne on February 24, 2018 with Road to ULTRA Australia.
With just under two months to go, The BPM Festival have revealed the full lineup for their European debut on 14th – 17th September.
The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) takes place this October, and Dave Clarke Presents will be back at ADE for it’s 13th edition.
Returning to ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event) comes the well established and influential Dockyard Festival on Saturday, October 21st.
The 11th edition of Positivus Festival, now just two weeks away, over the course of three days from 14-16 July will see the likes Ellie Goulding, Alt-J, Pixies, Grandmaster Flash, Rae Sremmurd, JP Cooper, José González and many more on the five stages amidst a dreamy forest setting on the Baltic coast.
The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) announces the first selection of artists for 2017. Among them are Danny Tenaglia, Fatima Yamaha, Jeff Mills, Joris Voorn, Martin Garrix, Nicole Moudaber and Paul Oakenfold. The organizers expect to welcome a record 2,500 artists for the 22nd edition.