Unsound has shared the first program announcement for this year's festival.
Houghton Festival has been cancelled.
In a statement posted on social media, organisers of the annual festival - which was due to return to Houghton Hall in Norfolk next month - said they have had no choice but to postpone the festival for the third year in a row. They cite issues with the UK government's track and trace system and, more generally, the lack of a clear COVID-19 road map. You can read the festival's statement below.
Taking place on the 16th, 17th and 18th of June in Fira Montjuic and Fira Gran Via, the 2022 edition of the event will follow on from Sónar Istanbul in October this year, and the Portugal edition in April 2022.
Loraine James, Pan Daijing and Lorenzo Senni are among the names set to play Rewire’s upcoming "offline" festival.
Following an online edition in May, the festival returns to The Hague, the Netherlands across 10th-12th September, as well as 18th September.
Billed "as a reintroduction to Rewire’s usual format," the festival will also host the likes of Sarah Davachi, bbymutha, Laurie Spiegel and Lyra Pramuk in venues including Paard, Korzo and Koninklijke Schouwburg.
The full line-up has been revealed for this year's EDC Las Vegas.
Set to return to Las Vegas Motor Speedway across October 22th-24th, the festival will feature sets from Eric Prydz, Charlotte de Witte, Black Coffee, Martin Garrix and many more.
Two months on from revealing that the event was officially postponed until October, Insomniac events CEO, Pasquale Rotella, revealed the poster for the weekender — North America's largest dance festival — via Twitter:
Unsound has announced the dates and theme for its 2021 event.
Set to return to Kraków, Poland between October 13th-17th, the theme for this year is dəəp authentic, a "response to a hyperreal situation as parts of the world begin to transition into a new phase, in which many are vaccinated and our year-plus-long immersion in virtual living is raising new questions."
EXIT Festival will offer the coronavirus vaccine to international artists and festivalgoers attending the event this summer.
As well as offering 3000 free festival tickets to medical workers, the Serbian festival - which takes place at Novi Sad across 8th-11th July - has made the move ahead of the country's plans to fully re-open on 21st June.
Glastonbury has been granted permission to hold a one-day festival this year.