Disneyland Paris is set to host an EDM festival on Saturday 8th July in the French capital, appropriately titled Electroland.
American EDM DJ Steve Aoki will headline the one-day festival along with Australian sister duo NERVO, who’ll be joined by french DJs Michael Calfan and Richard Orlinski.
The new event will give ticket holders exclusive access to the park rides by night as well as the acts on a series of outdoor stages.
Germany’s Parookaville festival has unveiled that Axwell ^ Ingrosso, David Guetta and Steve Aoki will be headlining this year's festival, which is takes place in Wesse, Germany from Friday 21st July to Sunday 23rd July.
Started just two years ago, Parookaville now attracts around 80,000 dance music fans to Wesse Airport in Germany — which is located on border between Germany and Holland — for three days of electronic music.
Steve Aoki premiered what is believed to be his next single during his Ultra Music Festival performance this past weekend.
During his action-packed set, which you can see footage of below, the cake-throwing EDM star brought Grammy award-winning rapper 2 Chainz on stage with him to perform a new cut from both Aoki and Canadian duo DVBBS, called 'Wouldn't Be Me Without You'.
The track has been rinsed by Aoki and DVBBS for a while now but has only ever been known as ID.
Steve Aoki has revealed the first episode of his new TV show, Aoki's World.
Steve Aoki launched his Dim Mak fashion line at the menswear edition of New York Fashion Week this week.
Aoki founded the Dim Mak label in 1996 and has spearheaded its evolution through music releases and one-of-a-kind merch.
He has produced four collections for Dim Mak Collection. While the clothing is manufactured in the States, Aoki plans to keep his design team in Japan.
Diplo and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike collaborated on the track ‘Hey Baby’ with vocalist Deb’s Daughter last year, which was released through Mad Decent in October.
Now Diplo’s label has dropped a remix package of the track, featuring reworks from Steve Aoki, Blasterjaxx and Lost Frequencies.
Tomorrowland has revealed the third 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.
BH Mallorca has announced its summer 2017 headliners, and once again the popular party hotel is bringing out the big guns.
Opening the season on 15th June, Dim Mak boss Steve Aoki brings the big room noise. Following that on 20th June, rapper Tinie Tempah tops the bill, before Example heads down on 27th June.
Then in July, garage don Craig David takes over on the 18th and Creamfields bring the festival experience to the Balearic isle on the 20th.
Dance music was born in nightclubs, and it is in these incredible spaces where it will always live on. But there is something quite special about transporting the energy and excitement of dance music into a totally different space. Here we recap four occasions when dance music crossed into iconic, unusual spaces.
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