Taking over the Zambujeira do Mar resort in scorching hot Alentejo, southern Portugal, MEO Sudoeste — or simply Sudoeste to its dedicated followers — will begin welcoming attendees to the campsite from 30th July, with music set to kick off from 1st to 5th August, and facilities still in place until 8PM the following evening.
EDC Las Vegas 2017 is just over a week away and Insomniac Presents has now released the daily line-ups across all eight stages. The party launches 16th June at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway and runs through 18th June.
Friday highlights include Chris Liebing, Andy C, Zedd, Major Lazer, and Hardwell. Mr. Carmack, Kygo, Alesso, Oliver Heldens, Jamie Jones, and Lee Foss are just some of the talents setting the vibes on Saturday. Paul Van Dyk, Low Steppa, DJ Khaled, Marshmello, and Flosstradamus will be shutting things down on Sunday.
EDM star Marshmello brought a 4-year-old superfan onstage during his performance Hangout Music Festival.
The four-year-old boy, named Lethan, has met that DJ before along with his Mello-loving sister.
This time, however, Lethan was wearing Marshmello's iconic bucket head and white jeans and top, and looked a little taken aback by the whole experience of being on stage during Marshmello's performance at the festival, which you can see below.
Both Diplo and Marshmello are scheduled to play EDC Las Vegas 2017 this summer — but if you can't get tickets for EDC fear not as both EDM superstars will be going b2b at XS nightclub in Las Vegas during EDC week too, it has been revealed today.
Spotted by fans of both artists online, Diplo and Marshmello have since both confirmed via their respective social media accounts that they'll be going b2b on Monday 19th July, the day after the festival officially finishes.
Marshmello has dropped the video for his brand new single, ‘Moving On’, which was released today.
In the video, which you can watch below, Marshmello drops a pre-recorded set, as well as pokes fun at Mellogang associate Skrillex.
Marshmello was added to the SW4 Festival main stage line-up last month (April).
‘Moving On’ lands via Marshmello’s Joytime Collective imprint. You can watch the video for it below.
Coachella Festival’s first weekend took place last weekend, running from Friday 14th to Sunday 16th April at Empire Polo Field in Indio, California.
The dance heavy programme saw Martin Garrix, Dillon Francis, Steve Angello, DJ Snake, Porter Robinson & Madeon, DJ Khaled, Marshmello, Galantis, Kaytranada, Tale of Us, Nicolas Jaar, Bonobo and many more all take to the stage at the event.
Bucket-wearing DJ and producer Marshmello has been added to SW4's Together main stage line-up where he will be performing alongside the likes of Pendulum, Tinie Tempah, Wilkinson and Duke Dumont on Saturday 26th August.
His SW4 performance at Clapham Common is his only London festival date this summer, and whether you love him or hate him there's no denying that Marshmello is one of the biggest EDM DJs on the circuit today.
DJ Mag’s Miami pool party went off in spectacular fashion yesterday (Wednesday 22nd March). The all-star line-up, combined with great weather and an immensely up-for it crowd, had The Raleigh Hotel’s outside space rocking from lunchtime until midnight.
Franky Rizardo kicked off proceedings with some cool deep house before making way for Lauren Lane. The LA-based spinner laid down some underground house grooves that began to get the crowd moving — those who weren’t batting DJ Mag beach balls around the pool, that is!
Marshmello is one of the most Marmite figures in dance music. As loved by his hordes of followers, the ‘Mellogang’, as much as he garners the ire of the underground faithful that feel a novelty costume isn’t a legitimate form of artistic impression, it’s inarguable that he’s produced one of EDM’s biggest success stories since bursting onto the scene in 2015.