Cocoon Ibiza has revealed the line-up for its 2017 season, which runs for 14 Mondays from 29th May at Amnesia Ibiza.
Joining Cocoon Ibiza head honcho Sven Väth as residents will be Ricardo Villalobos, who spins 6 exclusive shows across the summer.
The Chilean minimal master will also be joined by Adam Beyer (seven shows), Nina Kraviz (5 shows) and Ilario Alicante (seven shows).
Cocoon Ibiza’s 18th season will also see Seth Troxler, Âme, Rødhåd, Ben Klock, Raresh, Solomun, Craig Richards, Ben UFO, Gerd Janson, tINI and more also spin through the summer.
SXM Festival hit the Caribbean island of Saint Martin between Wednesday 15th and Sunday 19th March, for five days of impeccably programmed parties in paradise.
The main area of the festival, Happy Bay, welcomed a who’s who of the underground to grace its main stage, with Ricardo Villalobos, Richie Hawtin, Jamie Jones, Black Coffee, Skream, Bob Moses, Soul Clap and many more all spinning.
Richie Hawtin is set to unveil his new audiovisual show called Close — Spontaneity & Synchronicity at next month's Coachella music festival.
The brand-new 75-minute live show promises to unify the art of DJing and live performance, with a strong focus on real-time visual abstraction of Hawtin and his gear thanks to some strategically placed cameras that will then be projected onto large screens.
Oasis Festival has enlisted Nicolas Jaar (live), Richie Hawtin, Marcellus Pittman and more as part of its annual party, taking place from 15th through 17th September at Marrakech's Source Music Resort in Morocco.
Additional acts include Anja Schneider, Henrik Schwarz, Daniel Avery, Harvey Sutherland and Kornél Kovács.
Previously confirmed acts consists of Marcel Dettmann, KiNK, Chloé, Maceo Plex, Moodymann and Jeremy Underground.
Richie Hawtin will unveil his new audio-visual show at this year's Movement Festival, set to run 27th through 29th May in Detroit, Michigan.
Movement Festival announced the news via Twitter earlier today, revealing that the new show will be titled CLOSE.
No other information about the show is known at this time.
Time Warp makes its return to Mannheim, Germany at Maimarkthalle on 1st April 2017 with dance music legends Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Marco Carola and tINI.
This year’s Time Warp will also host Rødhåd, The Martinez Brothers, Sonja Moonear, Adam Beyer, Nina Kraviz, Loco Dice, Maceo Plex and Tale of Us, who are all set to spin in from of over 17,000 attendees.
Adriatique, Jackmaster and Fabio Florido will also make their debut appearance at the long-running festival this year.
Movement Detroit, taking place Saturday 27th to Monday 29th May, has revealed its second wave of artists to include Richie Hawtin, Octave One, Seth Troxler and many more.
The festival also confirms deadmau5 under his Testpilot alias, Cajmere, Heidi, Mind Against, Terrence Dixon and Paco Osuna.
Carl Craig will perform a Versus set with the Synthesizer Ensemble, while Ben Sims is slated to go back-to-back with Truncate.
Deadmau5 is set to headline Movement Detroit under his techno alias, Testpilot.
The Canadian's billing was announced in the second wave of acts for the festival, which takes place Saturday 27th to Monday 29th May.
Deadmau5 last performed as Testpilot back at SXSW festival in 2013, where he played alongside Richie Hawtin, who has been announced for this year's Movement event as well. You can listen to their Austin set at the bottom of the page.
Lightning in a Bottle returns to Bradley, California over Memorial Day Weekend from 24th-29th May 2017 with a fresh batch of artists to include Bassnectar, Richie Hawtin, Bonobo and more.
Southern California event organisers, The Do LaB, are bringing a mega electronic music roster once again to their annual four-day music festival.
Along with the aforementioned names coming along for the festival are tINI, Stephan Bodzin, Nic Fanciulli, Paper Diamond and Bob Moses among many others.
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.