Nina Kraviz dominated the festival circuit in 2018, performing more than any other DJ at events across the world.
According to ticketing website Festicket, the Russian techno star played more festivals than any other DJ in 2018, racking up 35 festival performances — no wonder she made our Top 100 list. Amelie Lens followed with 27 shows, which is a testament to her incredible rise. In 2017 the Belgian star only played four.
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.
The latest edition of Radio 1's Essential Mix saw the show head to Miami to present highlights from last week's Miami Music Week.
Amongst the sets recorded, alongside a b2b from Themba and Melé, was the pairing of Charlotte de Witte and Chris Liebing. The two played together during a pool party at the Surfcomber Hotel, rolling through a wave of acid lines and thumping kick drums. You can listen back to the set in the first hour of the latest Essential Mix here.
BBC Radio 1 has announced a new lineup for its Residency show, with the likes of Charlotte de Witte, Marcel Dettmann and Paul Woolford all set to join the station between March and August of this year.
Nicole Moudaber, Adam Beyer, Charlotte de Witte, Luciano, Joseph Capriati and more have been confirmed for IMS Dalt Vila 2019 on Friday 24th May.
The closing celebration of the 12th International Music Summit (IMS) in Ibiza Town will also feature the likes of Ida Engberg, DJ Mag favourite SOPHIE, French electronic producer-cum-composer Agoria and the White Island's own Manu Gonzalez and Anna Tur.
Solomun, Charlotte de Witte and Four Tet are amongst the first acts announced for this year's Lovebox weekender in London's Gunnersbury Park.
Also featured amongst the dance music lineup at this summer's event are Fisher, Annie Mac, Patrick Topping, Green Velvet, Guy Gerber and Kaytranada.
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.
Serbia's EXIT Festival has confirmed appearances from Jeff Mills, Charlotte de Witte and Paul Kalkbrenner for its Dance Arena stage at this year's event.
Tomorrowland has revealed the first batch of artists set to play its 2019 edition.
Having announced the festival’s stage hosts earlier this month, which allowed for at least some guess work as to who was playing, the massive Belgian event has now shared 15 names confirmed to play.