28-year old Charlotte de Witte has established herself as a coveted name in the Techno community over the past few years.
The journey began for the Belgian-born DJ and Producer in 2011 when she won a competition that gave her the massive opportunity to open the Main stage at Tomorrowland.
With live concerts being practically non-existent for almost the past year, since the end of December, it looks like some sort of a comeback is on the cards for the music scene in India. With a number of gigs panning out since highlighting some of the spectacular local talents, the next couple of months might see some international acts making their way back to the country as well.
In a recent social media post, Charlotte hinted that she’s ready to get back on the road saying “Bring on the tour life” possibly hinting at upcoming tours. This post drew the attention of her fans around the county commenting about how they were waiting for her to come back and play in India and in a subtle move, she kept liking the comments keeping the anticipation levels rising.
Never felt so strong and energized. Bring on the tour life 🦾✨
Kicking things off, Charlotte de Witte announced she will be heading to India on a 2-city 3-date tour hitting Goa and Bangalore from March 19-21, 2021 in celebration of 10 years of sLick!
Playing two nights in Goa followed by the third in Bangalore, true to the rumours, the undisputed queen of techno, Charlotte de Witte is returning to India.
In another post made this weekend, she also shared the big news of her engagement with Enrico Sangiuliano.
The techno duo shared the news on social media with pictures and adorable captions each.
I found my place 💍 pic.twitter.com/BJv2PPNTVq
— Charlotte de Witte (@CharlottedWitte) February 5, 2021
Here’s to wishing both of them many Congratulations and loads of happiness from the T.H.E team!
In the meantime, here’s something to keep you going, check out the full B2B set by the newly engaged couple on YouTube!
— Charlotte de Witte (@CharlottedWitte) February 6, 2021
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