Martin Garrix has been forced to cancel all of his upcoming shows.
The cancellations come weeks after the Dutch superstar was suffered an ankle injury while performing on stage in Las Vegas on May 25th. During that performance, Garrix managed to finish his set, but wound up leaving in an ambulance.
Now he’s been instructed by doctors to stay off of his feet for the next four weeks. That’s made performing impossible, so his team announced in a press statement that he’ll have to forego all of his upcoming shows until he’s recovered.
There will be a rave 80 feet below an Icelandic glacier this summer, and Martin Garrix will play it.
The Dutch DJ , who last month dropped his first music as Area21 for a year, will be joined by the mighty MK to spin some tunes below the surface at Iceland's Secret Solstice 2019.
Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren, Paul van Dyk, Tiësto and an army more of your favourite DJs have been locked in for EDC Las Vegas this May.
The line-up is absolutely huge, with the likes of David Guetta, who's currently being sued for alleged plagiarism, Alison Wonderland, Skream, Camelphat, and The Glitch Mob also confirmed.
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.
Ultra Miami has unveiled its full line-up, with a complete list of headliners including Adam Beyer b2b Cirez D, Afrojack, Alesso, Armin van Buuren, Martin Garrix, Carl Cox, David Guetta, Dubfire b2b Nicole Moudaber b2b Paco Osuna, Eric Prydz, Jamie Jones and Joseph Capriati set to play between Friday 29th and Sunday 31st March.
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.
Tomorrowland has locked Armin van Buuren, Paul van Dyk, Martin Garrix and many more in its second wave of artists.
Nervo, Claptone, Armand van Helden, Lost Frequencies and more also join the Belgian mega festival’s line-up.
Tomorrowland takes place at De Schorre park in the city of Boom and spans two weekends in July. The first runs from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st July while weekend two takes place from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th.
Calvin Harris, Tiësto, Martin Garrix, and more are confirmed for 2019 Las Vegas residencies through the Hakkasan group.
The likes of Zedd, Steve Aoki, who spent Christmas delivering free food to homeless people, and Nicky Romero have also been booked in for parties spanning the group's Hakkasan and OMNIA nightclubs, as well as the massive WET REPUBLIC Ultra Pool.
Ultra Festival is facing legal trouble after being sent a cease & desist order by Rapture Festival, which was given permission to take place at the same location on the same weekend.