Tomorrowland has revealed the fourth wave of artists for its 2017 events, which are set to take place on two consecutive weekends from 21st to 23rd and 28th to 30th July in the city of Boom, Belgium.
In alphabetical order, the new artists announced are Adriatique, Alesso, Aly & Fila, Âme (live), Andrea Oliva, Brennan Heart, David Guetta, DVS1, Excision, Kungs, Len Faki, Mano Le Tough, Markus Schulz, Maya Jane Coles, MK, Nervo, Ricardo Villalobos, Svenson & Gielen, Tchami, Tube & Berger, Vaal, W&W, wAFF and Yves V.
JOYRYDE has recently released his Diplo & Friends Radio 1 mix and announced new North American tour dates.
The hour-long mix is riddled with unreleased originals and remixes, alongside the choicest tunes in hip-hop and bass.
Martin Garrix sees in 2017 by looking back at his favourite tracks of last year in a special edition of his online radio show.
2016 proved to be quite the 12 months for the Dutchman (despite the chaos elsewhere), topped off with his crowning as the youngest winner ever of the Top 100 DJs poll at the Amsterdam Dance Event.
Garrix's mix features 19 tracks from throughout the year, including many of his own productions and collaborations, such as 'Oops', 'Spotless' with Jay Hardway and 'Make Up Your Mind' with Florian Picasso.
Alesso fans recieved a special treat on Saturday night as the Swedish superstar showed off his insane new stage at the Greek Theatre in LA.
The spectacle reportedly took four months to design and build, transforming from a little drawing on scrap of paper into an absolute behemoth, featuring 100 meters of floor-to-ceiling LED screens and enough lasers to put a Star Wars space battle to shame.
Check out some footage of the stage below.
Tomorrowland’s live stream launches at 7pm tonight (22nd July), for the event that runs from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th July.
Tomorrowland takes place in the city of Boom in Belgium, hosting headliners Tiësto, Alesso, Deadmau5 and Eric Prydz, with the latter pair launching their dual live show at the event later today.
Deadmau5 revealed he had been working on a brand new live show with Eric Prydz last month (June), which the pair are set to premiere at Tomorrowland this weekend (Friday 22nd July).
Now Deadmau5 has shared images and videos of the Mau5trap vs Pryda live show in a stream of Instagram posts, which include teasers of snares, “random goat” sounds, a “beer summon” button, a lot of lasers and more. You can see the stream of posts below.
Deadmau5 has revealed in a post on Twitter that he has been working on a brand new live show with Eric Prydz, which the pair are set to premiere at Tomorrowland in July. You can see the full tweet below.
The two artists were placed alongside each other on the festival’s bill when the first wave of artists were announced in March, at the same time as it was also confirmed they would run a Mau5trap vs Pryda stage at the event.
Tomorrowland has announced its full line-up, for the event which runs in Belgium between Friday 22nd July and Sunday 24th July.
Named ‘The Elixir of Life’, Tomorrowland 2016 will land in the city of Boom for one weekend this year with 15 stages. And a slew of new artists have joined already announced headliners Deadmau5, Eric Prydz, Tiësto and Alesso.
In a massively varied line-up, the event will see Alison Wonderland, Marcel Dettmann, Jamie Jones, Adam Beyer, The Martinez Brothers and many more join the bill.
The Flying Dutch festival’s Swedish Journey event has been cancelled amidst uncertainty over whether Avicii would show up to perform, despite the fact that Steve Angello, Alesso, John Dahlbäck, Icona Pop and more were on the bill.
The festival was set to take place on Saturday 30th July at The Hague, Nijmegen, but Alda Events, who run the festival, issued a statement on their website last night (Thursday), announcing that it would not be going ahead.
Lining up massive hits from Laidback Luke, Martin Garrix and Andhim, the soundtrack to Mysterland's aftermovie alone is enough to get us excited!
Mysteryland, the longest running electronic music festival in the world, drew a record of 90,000 visitors from 60 different countries in August, and featured sets from Alesso, Netsky, Chris Liebing, Jeff Mills and DJ Jazzy Jeff across a whopping 42 stages.
Watch Mysteryland 2015's epic aftermovie below.