Armin van Buuren has announced a special, all-ages live show, 'This Is Blah Blah Blah' (nodding to his track of the same name), which will take place in Amsterdam late-spring.
Following in the footsteps of his forthcoming 'This Is Me' concerts, which sold out in record time, this new concept will also be held at Ziggo Dome, with a date set for Saturday 23rd May. The show will last for two hours, offering younger fans an opportunity to see the trance and EDM icon in the flesh for the first time. Tickets go on sale Saturday 29th February.
“During my most recent tour I realised that my children have never had the opportunity to see a live performance of mine," van Buuren explained.
"I would like to not only share my love for electronic music and trance with my own children, but to give all young fans the opportunity to attend a show and feel the energy that comes with a show of this format. I hope it is an inspiration for them.”
2020 is already looking like another big year for van Buuren. His State of Trance single-day summertime London gathering just unveiled a huge line-up. He's also busy with duties as global ambassador for the World Wide Fund for Nature charity.
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