Pure, the techno-focused concept party that Carl Cox founded and has been running in Australia with Richie McNeill and Eric Powell, is coming to the US.
With Josh Wink, Worthy and of course Eric Powell in tow, Carl Cox will be bringing Pure to New York City's Brooklyn Mirage on June 15th.
Ultra has revealed the dates for 2020's festival, just days after this year's edition reached its conclusion.
The monolithic session will return to Miami on 27th March, running through until 29th March. There has been no confirmation as to whether the action will take place at this year's site, Virginia Key, which was secured after local authorities refused a license for the event's old home, Bayfront Park.
Ultra Europe has locked in Carl Cox, Adam Beyer, Armin van Buuren, Richie Hawtin, Maceo Plex and more for this year's edition.
They join an already star-studded line-up including Swedish House Mafia's long-anticipated Ultra Europe debut, announced last month.
The Croatian destination festival runs from 12th - 14th July, and you can buy tickets here.
Miami Music Week welcomes techno legend Carl Cox playing a night of disco, funk and soul at Basement on Sunday 31st March.
With the week’s line-up curated by Nicolas Matar, the man behind two of New York’s most successful club brands, Cielo and Output. Other parties happening from March 27th-31st includes a Hot Creations event headed up by Jamie Jones, alongside Erick Morillo and David Berrie, and a Pete Tong Presents Vinyl with the Radio 1 DJ joined by Hot Since 82 and Benton.
Hot Since 82 is the latest name to be confirmed as a RESISTANCE Ibiza resident this summer.
The DJ will exclusively play as a terrace resident for the party at Privilege during its nine-week run on the White Isle. He will play five dates in total over the course of those nine weeks, and joins previously announced residents Carl Cox and Adam Beyer at the party.
Burning Man, the annual festival that takes place in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada, has announced its desire to put a stop to those using its spectacular backdrop as an aid to further commercial and other personal interests.
Marian Goodell, CEO of the nonprofit Burning Man Project, published a statement declaring:
North italy's Kappa FuturFestival will return yet again for 2019, and the likes of Carl Cox, Charlotte de Witte and Boys Noize have now been confirmed to play at this year's event.
Also set to make an appearance are Jamie Jones, Amelie Lens, Peggy Gou, Richie Hawtin and Patrick Topping. The first wave of names is rounded out by Boris Brejcha, Nic Fanciulli, Dana Ruh and a live performance from Vitalic.
Carl Cox, Armin van Buuren and Richie Hawtin are among the names locked-in for this year's Winter Music Conference.
The Miami institution marks its 34th year in 2019, and will take control of the city's Faena Forum from 25th - 28th March.
German techno festival Time Warp has revealed the line-up for its 25th anniversary edition this April, including a first-time b2b pairing of Nina Kraviz and Helena Hauff.
The festival will take place on April 6th at the Maimarkthalle in Mannheim, and will see regulars such as Ben Klock, Richie Hawtin, Charlotte de Witte, Carl Cox, Adam Beyer, Amelie Lens, Dixon and Laurent Garnier also join proceedings.