Movement Detroit has shared the full line-up for its 2019 edition.
Following a teaser announcement in December featuring Amelie Lens, Danny Brown, DJ Nobu, Orbital and Floorplan (Live) among others, the extensive bill for this year’s three-day festival has now been revealed and, as expected, it’s magnificent.
Charlotte de Witte will release her much-hyped remix of Eats Everything’s ‘Space Raiders’ on 4th February
Set for release via Dense & Pika's Kneaded Pains label, the track has been doing the rounds as part of the Belgian techno star’s sets for some months now, and was finally officially announced earlier this month.
Tomorrowland pre-sale tickets go live this weekend, Saturday 26th January, at 5PM CET.
WorldWide Pre-Sale tickets will be available alongside DreamVille Packages, and organisers have re-iterated the importance of registering beforehand to avoid disappointment. Registration will close at 8PM CET on Friday 25th January.
Awakenings Festival has locked its full line-up, for the 2019 edition which takes place in Spaarnwoude near Amsterdam on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th June.
The techno mega festival has locked headliners including Adam Beyer, Nina Kraviz, Charlotte de Witte and lots more.
Having recently brought to a close its biggest In:Motion series yet, Bristol promoter Motion has started trailing plans for its 10th anniversary season with a series of Road To In:Motion parties taking place over the first quarter of 2019.
Carl Cox's Resistance has been given its very own island for Ultra festival this year, for three full days with three stages.
Resistance, Ultra and Carl Cox's collaborative underground project which has been running since 2015, will take over the historic Virginia Key Park island this year.
Acts locked in to play Resistance include Adam Beyer, Charlotte de Witte, Sasha & John Digweed, Maceo Plex and more.
Tomorrowland has announced all the stage hosts for its 2019 edition and, once again, it is looking like it’s going to be a big year for techno at the festival.
The Belgian mega-festival will see Carl Cox hosting a Space Ibiza themed stage while Charlotte de Witte will be bringing her KNTXT tour back to the festival once again after bringing it on tour this spring.
Charlotte de Witte is taking her techno KNTXT showcase on the road in March.
Launched in 2015 at Belgian techno club, Fuse, KNTXT will make its international debut at London's Fabric on March 16th, as well as T7 in Paris on March 23rd.
Ahead of that, 4Y KNTXT will take place at Fuse on February 1st.
Coachella has shared the full line-up for its 2019 and it looks like there’s going to be a lot for dance music fans to enjoy.
The festival, which takes place at Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, will feature the same enormous line up over its two weekends (12th – 14th and 19th – 21st April).
The first set of acts has been confirmed for next summer’s Melt! Festival, and, as ever, the line-up spans some of the finest names in electronic music.
Confirmed to play next year’s edition are Charlotte de Witte, Helena Hauff, The Black Madonna, Modeselektor, Ross From Friends, Four Tet, Mall Grab and Ellen Allien, amongst many others.
The festival will also host a number of non-electronic music acts such as Skepta, Jorja Smith and A$AP Rocky.