Doubling up as their last event until 2019, several big names in techno and house will play Junction 2's pre-New Year's party.
Lining up at London's Tobacco Dock on Saturday, December 29th are Adam Beyer (In The Car Park), Âme b2b Rødhåd (a UK debut), Amelie Lens, Dixon with an extended set, Fort Romeau, Mind Against and Trikk. See the full breakdown below.
Adam Beyer (pictured)
A three-hour video of Eric Prydz aka Cirez D's recent sold-out b2b with Adam Beyer is available to watch now.
The video - which you can watch below - captures the first of two collab sets by the pair at Hollwood Palladium in L.A.
Last month, it was announced that Pyrdz is taking his much-acclaimed HOLO live show to the Steel Yard festival in London for next year's May Bank Holiday.
Ultra Australia have revealed its Phase 1 headliners for its 2019 outing.
Returning across February 23th (Melbourne) to February 24th (Sydney) next year, Martin Garrix, Adam Beyer, The Chainsmokers and Marshmello are the first big names to be announced to play the festival. You can watch the Phase 1 announcement below.
With Phase 2 expected to drop soon, tickets - which range from $125 to $275 - can be bought here.
Junction 2 Festival’s organisers have announced the first wave of acts set to play its 2019 edition.
As announced last week, next year’s festival will expand into two days, with the Friday (7th June) boasting a more eclectic, underground line-up while Saturday (8th June) will maintain its policy of house and techno sets from some of the biggest names in the game.
Several acts have shared full sets from Awakenings at this year's ADE.
Hosted via the Amsterdam techno institution's YouTube channel, twelve videos capture sets from the likes of Adam Beyer, Ida Engberg, Charlotte de Witte, DJ Rush and I Hate Models at the annual club festival.
Go here to watch all the videos. Watch the full liveset of Adam Beyer during Awakenings x Adam Beyer presents Drumcode ADE below.
Junction 2 festival’s organisers have announced that it will return in 2019 for its fourth edition, expanding to become a two day event in June.
Set to take place on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th June next year, the award winning festival will return to London’s Boston Manor Park for what promises to be yet another exceptional party.
While the festival Saturday will remain focussed on hard-edged house and techno sets, the newly introduced Friday bill will focus on a more diverse and eclectic range of sounds from a wide and versatile range of DJs and producers.
Adam Beyer has announced an after-party for Drumcode's forthcoming Halloween session at London's Tobacco Dock on Saturday 27th October.
With the main event finishing up at 10PM, those who've still got something left to give can head to one of the UK capital's newest venues, the 24-hour-licensed FOLD, for another few rounds with the main man and his comrades through to 6AM.
Ushuaïa Ibiza will host a charity event to help fight animal cruelty, featuring Adam Beyer, Art Department, Bedouin, DJ Sneak, Ida Engberg, Lauren Lane, Nitin, Tiga and an as-yet-unannounced special guest.
The party, Wild, will also involve DJ Mag UK's August cover star, Black Coffee, and is set for Thursday 13th September at the famously hedonistic White Island hotel and venue. Promoters The Night League and Music Against Animal Cruelty (M.A.A.C.) are behind the session.
Swedish techno producer and DJ Adam Beyer has announced details of his forthcoming Drumcode Halloween party.
Set for London's Grade I listed warehouse Tobacco Dock on 27th October, Beyer will line up alongside Charlotte de Witte, Nicole Moudaber, Slam, Paco Osuna and more. Drumcode staples including Alan Fitzpatrick, Dense & Pika and Marco Faraone will also make an appearance at the ten-hour party.