Tomorrowland has revealed the full list of acts performing at this year's 2020 Belgium festival.
Among the hundreds of acts performing at the 16th edition of the event, 3 Are Legend will return as headliners, alongside EDM mainstays Afrojack, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Marshmello, Nervo, and Timmy Trumpet.
In terms of techno offerings, Adam Beyer, Amelie Lens, Adriatique, Carl Cox, Enrico Sangiuliano, Maceo Plex, and Marcel Dettmann will all perform at the festival.
Carl Cox, Charlotte de Witte, Jeff Mills and more are locked for Awakenings 2020.
This year the world's largest outdoor techno festival marks 20 years of gatherings, returning to its iconic stomping ground of Spaarnwoude, close to Amsterdam, Netherlands, on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th June.
Tomorrowland has revealed the stage hosts for this year's festival.
Following the sale of the Belgian festival's Global Journey Travel Packages on Saturday (18th), the first stage hosts have been announced.
Among the hosts to be announced are techno kingpin Adam Beyer's Drumcode, and masked purveyor of house, Claptone, who brings his Masquerade stage back in 2020.
A Carl Cox-themed watch has been designed by Zenith.
Unveiled at WatchWeek Dubai 2020, the Zenith Defy 21 Carl Cox Edition is inspired by the DJ and Producer, and is limited to 200 in number.
The watch features an entirely carbon body with a matte black face, and the counter inside the face of the watch is designed to look like a vinyl record.
The bezel of the watch also shines green under UV light, mimicking the effect of club lighting.
Check out pictures of the watch below, which is on sale for just over £17,000.
Carl Cox will embark on his Carl Cox: Invites tour later this year.
The tour, which will stop in 12 cities in 30 days, will include three festival stops, with Coxy performing at EDC Mexico, San Diego's CRSSD, and Ultra Miami, where the much-loved DJ also hosts his recently adapted Resistance stage for a techno takeover.
Resistance has revealed the first acts who'll perform at the arena during Ultra Miami next year, following months of uncertainty earlier this year regarding the festival's location.
Performing at the new stage dubbed The Cove, which overlooks Biscayne Bay, Techno stalwart Amelie Lens has been confirmed as a headline DJ at the event, alongside Adam Beyer, who plays B2B with Cirez D AKA Eric Prydz, Richie Hawtin, and Tale Of Us.
With news having emerged last month of an immersive Human Traffic-themed experience coming to London's Printworks next year, Carl Cox has now shared a trailer teasing further information on the event, returning as Human Traffic character Pablo Hassan.
Carl Cox is playing a New Year's Eve rave in Hawaii, with sets planned for both Wednesday December 31st 2019 and Thursday January 1st 2020.
The events mark 20 years since Cox was last in the US state. As part of BBC Radio 1's Millennium celebrations he played a midnight set on Bondi Beach in Australia before flying to Hawaii to do the same at Kakaako Waterfront Beach — taking full advantage of the International Dateline.
Carl Cox has designed a limited edition baseball jersey and bracelet.
The beloved DJ, who recently won the Highest Techno award in this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll, as well as the No. 1 spot in the Alternative Top 100 DJs poll, has teamed up with merchandise company Electric Family for the charity campaign. Creating both a baseball jersey and bracelet, proceeds from sales will benefit Cox's chosen charity, St. Nicholas Nairobi Fund.