Romania’s Neversea festival will host the likes of Afrojack, Tale Of Us, Lost Frequencies and more for its 2019 edition.
Taking place in the coastal city of Constanta from the 4th to 7th July, the event, which is run by the same team as UNTOLD festival, has also locked Jamie Jones, Steve Aoki, DJ Snake, Dubfire, Andy C feat. Tonn Piper, Jessie J, Agents of Time and more to play.
There will also be a host of local talent set to represent Romania’s scene on the bill too, including Raresh, Priku and Praslea.
Tomorrowland Winter took place last week in the ‘Alpe d’Huez Grand Domaine Ski’ winter sports resort in France and, by all accounts, it was pretty spectacular.
Tomorrowland Winter is currently taking place at Alpe d’Huez, France and by the looks of things, it’s a pretty spectacular affair.
If you’re not one of those fortunate enough to be there, fret not, there will be some pretty big sets from the beautifully designed festival available to stream live from the comfort of your own home, starting today.
In an address to Oxford University’s union today, Afrojack discussed the possibility of making an album outside of the genres he's previously been confined to.
The world-renowned debating society welcomed the Dutch megastar to give a talk to its members, where he discussed a variety of topics, according to the quotes posted to the union’s Twitter account.
The second in our series of Top 100 DJs charity auctions launches today, offering one lucky reader the chance to own a bundle of signed Afrojack merchandise.
The highest bidder will take home a snapback cap, t shirt and sweatshirt, all signed by Afrojack. If you win the auction, you'll also get the bonus of 50 entries (usually £5 each) into our prize draw for a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to the Top 100 DJs Awards Ceremony in Amsterdam!
Ultra Mexico has locked Afrojack, Armin Van Buuren and Steve Angello in the first wave of names set to play at Mexico City's Foro Pegaso venue over Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th October 2018.
Tomorrowland has announced its 2018 live streams, offering those without a ticket the opportunity to catch 200 artists across four channels over the two weekends.
The online broadcasts have been fixtures at the festival for several years, and as such it's unsurprising organisers have now confirmed the same for 2018's instalments.
Tomorrowland is set to live-stream sets from some of this year’s confirmed artists, including Armin van Buuren, Afrojack and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, as part of its UNITE project, a series of live-streaming events across various countries connecting with the main festival in Belgium via a satellite in real time.
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Martin Garrix is the latest DJ to be immortalised in wax by Madame Tussauds’ Amsterdam outlet.
Garrix joins a slew of other DJs who have already been made into waxworks with Tiësto, Afrojack and Hardwell all featured in the Dutch museum, plus Steve Aoki in the Las Vegas hub.