Dave Clarke is joining forces with Belgian club Fuse to host a stage at this year’s Tomorrowland. The line-up includes techno artists and past Fuse performers Len Faki, Marcel Dettmann, Mind Against, Pan-Pot, Pierre and Downside, who are set to perform at the festival’s Cathedral stage on Sunday, 22nd July, during the first of two weekends of the festival.
This marks the seventh consecutive year that Clarke has hosted his own stage at Tomorrowland and the first time he’s collaborated with Fuse, one of the longest-running clubs in Belgium, at the festival.
The sold-out Tomorrowland this year welcomes hundreds of artists across two weekends — 20th through 22nd July (weekend one) and 27th through 29th July (weekend two) in Boom, Belgium — including Nicole Moudaber, Ricardo Villalobos, Carl Cox and Porter Robinson as his new Virtual Self project. The line-up also features stages curated by current DJ Mag Top 100 #1 artist Martin Garrix, Eric Prydz, Charlotte de Witte and recent DJ Mag North America cover stars NERVO. There are also rumours of a performance from the recently reunited Swedish House Mafia.
In other Tomorrowland news, the festival’s home at De Schorre park is getting a proper makeover this year. Additionally, Tomorrowland will once again host its innovative UNITE livestream, a series of events across various countries connecting with the main festival via satellite in real time. The festival is also premiering a new winter edition, Tomorrowland Winter, in France next year.
Prior to Tomorrowland, Clarke is heading to Sub Club in Glasgow on Friday, one of the top 30 UK club events this month. He also just unveiled a remix of ‘IVT?’, his collaboration with Louisahhh, from Chloé, which DJ Mag recently premiered.
This month, Fuse is one of more than 160 speakers and partners at the four-day Brighton Music Conference (BMC), which runs from 25th to 28th April at The Dome and other venues across the city.
For more information on Tomorrowland, visit the festival’s official website.
Watch Dave Clarke’s set from Tomorrowland 2017 below.
John Ochoa is the editor-at-large of DJ Mag North America. You can find him living his best life on Twitter.
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