EXIT, one of the world’s leading music festivals in the past two decades, closed its gates on Monday morning, after another spectacular sunrise at its globally praised mts Dance Arena stage!
Parklife celebrated a triumphant tenth anniversary this weekend with a host of electrifying performances from Solange, The Streets, Mark Ronson, Migos, Christine and the Queens, Dave and more.
The anticipation for the Amsterdam Dance Event grows stronger with each passing year. The year 2018 was supposed to be the largest one Amsterdam Dance Event has ever had. Did you know there were 2500 artists performing from 17th until 21st October?
The 23rd edition of the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) has come to an end in the early hours of Monday morning. For the first time, ADE welcomed over 400,000 visitors from more than 100 countries for an extensive day and night program featuring over 1000 events and leading artists and speakers from around the world.
Amsterdam Dance Event 2018 highlights Amsterdam Dance Event is undoubtedly the biggest electronic music conference in the world. Starting out as a relatively unassuming gathering back in 1995, ADE now attracts almost 400,000 visitors every year. During ADE the Dutch capital hosts myriad events from countless panels discussions at the main conference through to pop-up performances, tech scho...
New York City’s premier electronic music festival ELECTRIC ZOO THE BIG 10 celebrated its tenth turn at Randall’s Island this past Labor Day Weekend (August 31-September 2) with great fanfare.
Just like every year, the first weekend of Tomorowland 2018 turned out to be a music lover’s paradise. Each year feels so different and incredible not just because of the magnitude of the event but the unbelievable moments that one witnesses at the grand music festival!
Destination ULTRA once again made its indelible mark on the Croatian coastline this past week, with over 150,000 attendees from 142 countries enjoying ULTRA Europe 2018 in Split.
Hungary’s beach-themed festival, Balaton Sound was attended by a record breaking amount of people, with 165,000 visitors over five days, increasing by 8,000 visitors from 2016’s record-breaking year.
It’s that time of the year again. All trance and techno fans have made their way to The Netherlands to get their share of brilliant music. While all the Techno fans made their way to Amsterdam for Awakenings, the trance fans caught their cabs and headed to Bloemendaal to Luminosity Beach Festival. And the rest of us at our homes? We are absolutely resenting our decisions of staying back home as we...