Mint Festival has announced details of its first wave of artists, for the event that takes place on Saturday 24th September.
The fifth edition of Mint Festival moves to the Tetley complex in Leeds city centre in 2016, with five stages run by system., Elrow, Knee Deep in Leeds, Bitch and No Curfew.
Jamie Jones, Joseph Capriati, Adam Beyer, Loco Dice, Nastia, tINI, Skream, Hot Since 82, Kerri Chandler, Steve Lawler, Shy FX feat Stamina MC, Ms. Dynamite, Toddla T, Ummet Ozcan, Dannic, Third Party and many more are all confirmed as part of the the line-up.
Over the weekend the deadliest mass shooting in America’s history left 50 dead and more than 50 injured at Club Pulse in Orlando, Florida. A lone gunman opened fire at 2AM on Sunday (12th June) at the venue with more than 100 people inside, in an attack that is believed to have been motivated by homophobia.
Adam Beyer and long-term partner Ida Engberg got married on Saturday, before heading down to Berlin’s Berghain for the afterparty.
The Drumcode boss announced the pair had wed in a Facebook post that read, “Yeeeeeeeeees!!!!! Just got married to the woman of my dreams! All is full of love!”.
After one commenter asked who would be playing the wedding party, Beyer replied, “We're off to Berghain tomorrow to celebrate, so pretty decent line-up.” You can see the full post below.
Whether the last 12 months have been kind to you or not, chances are there’s only one option when it comes to sending 2015 off, and welcoming in 2016. Going out to a big f***-off rave.
We’ve scoured the country’s party calendar to compile a list of ten Great British sessions that look nothing short of essential, meaning that — if you don’t decide to stay in and get messy with some mates — you can expect hazy memories and a tell-tale ringing in the ear.
From the South to Scotland, London to Leeds, here’s where to find what’s going off, and when...
Awakenings has revealed details for its first ever North American stand-alone show, and it's looking huge!
Since the event was founded in Amsterdam way back in 1997, it's spread successfully across the globe with multi-day festivals and one-off parties from London to Berlin, with the upcoming NYC edition scheduled for Valentine's Day next year.
They're set to craft some impressive bespoke decoration for the mega event's NYC debut, making full use of the Hammerstein Ballroom’s soaring 75ft opera house floor and excellent acoustics.
This line-up for New Year's Day at Tobacco Dock just got bigger.
Having already announced Drumcode’s very own Adam Beyer, who’ll be joined by Maceo Plex, launching his Dream Don’t Sleep concept, alongside Âme, Anja Schneider and Bicep - the East London venue is set to be the destination of choice for partying into the new year.
Exit isn't a festival, it's a movement. Held each year in a gargantuan fortress that sits atop Serbia’s second capital of Novi Sad, Exit is loved and touted as much by locals as it is by the jet-set festival crowd — a shining beacon of youth-fronted revolution in the Balkan region.
Ida Engberg and her beau Adam Beyer are set to headline Techno For Humanity in Antwerp, Belgium on Thursday, 17th September — a one-off fundraising initiative for Syrian refugees.
The techno power couple will be joined by Davide Squillace, Matthias Tanzmann, Guti, Marc Houle, Heidi, Christian Smith,Yousef, Marco Faraone and more, alongside Antwerp-based party promoter and event organiser, IKON.
Holland's DGTL Festival is set to run in Spain this year for the very first time, kicking off on 14th and 15th August at Parc Del Forum, Barcelona.
All the usual techno suspects will spin — think Dixon, Joseph Capriati and Marcel Dettmann — alongside big names in house including George Fitzgerald, Breach and many more.
Watch the official announcement for DGTL Barcelona below.