Avicii’s ‘Levels’ has been ranked No. 1 in Tomorrowland’s Top 1000 festival tracks, for a second year running.
Decided by worldwide public vote, the results have formed daily playlists of 100 tracks each, broadcast on the Belgian event's own One World Radio. Launched in 2019, this edition of the Tomorrowland Top 1000 saw Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Moguai's 'Mammoth' rank at number two, for the third consecutive time.
Following the launch of DJ Mag’s Twitch account earlier this week, we have partnered with SMASH Esports and Yarden Nasimov for a charity Esports all-dayer this Sunday (5th April). The stream will raise money for the World Health Organization (WHO) COVID-19 Response Fund.
Festicket has shared its festival analytics for 2019, including the DJs who played the most festivals last year.
Armin van Buuren, Steve Aoki, Sven Väth and more are locked for World Club Dome Las Vegas, which will be held at the mammoth event's German home of Commerzbank Arena, Frankfurt, from 5th - 7th June 2020.
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, who topped 2019's DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll, DJ Snake, Laidback Luke and Quintino will also perform at the event, with more than 250 artists set to be involved once the final line-up has been confirmed.
Fresh from topping this year's Top 100 Poll, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike will head to New York City next weekend for a special Halloween party organised by Tomorrowland.
The Garden of Madness party, on Saturday, November 2nd, will see the pair top the bill, while Knife Party, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Gianlucca Vacci and Matt Medved will also guest at the event.
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have won this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll. The duo return to the top spot after winning in 2015, toppling three-time winner Martin Garrix.
“I was caught off guard with the news that we’re No.1 again,” an excitable Dimitri Vegas tells DJ Mag from Ibiza, having just finished 14 weeks of a residency at Ushuaia with his brother Mike. “For us it was unreal, it was a big surprise, to be honest. We’re super-happy.”
Tomorrowland has announced the stages for next year's edition.
After a successful Winter festival earlier this year, which featured performances from the likes of Charlotte de Witte, Afrojack, &ME and more, the Belgian festival returns to the French Alps with ten stage hosts across the week-long event.
Tomorrowland has announced the Sunday main stage headliners for weekend one of this year's festival.
Following the rumours that Swedish House Mafia would be headlining both weekends, Tomorrowland have revealed the weekend one slot will by filled by acts already slated to perform across the weekend.
This December, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike will invoke the madness of summer in Antwerp. Together with Tomorrowland, they are presenting a series of huge Garden of Madness events to the vast Sportpaleis on 14th, 15th, 21st and 22nd December.
To celebrate the duo have given us an ultimate prize package to auction in aid of UNICEF.
Lost Frequencies and Salvatore Ganacci have been locked for this year's AMF Festival, one of the key dates in the mammoth ADE diary.
Set to take place on Saturday 20th October at the Johan Cruijff Arena (formerly Amsterdam Arena), the artist will join the previously announced David Guetta and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, who are the Two Is One performers for 2018. Also locked to play are KSHMR, W&W and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano.