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Ultra Abu Dhabi 2020 has now cancelled as it was scheduled to take place tomorrow (5th March 2020). Check out the official statement below...
For the latest updates and more information we recommend that you visit their Facebook page HERE. The line-up looked awesome, hopefully they can arrange a new date later in the year and maybe we will fly over!
On July 18th 2020, Cream Classical is returning in the park, which attracted over 35,000 people last year. Bringing up this year, Basement Jaxx (DJ set), Faithless (DJ Set), Leftfield (DJ set), David Morales, Roger Sanchez, Danny Rampling, Seb Fontaine, Tall Paul, Paul Bleasdale, Andy Carroll and John Kelly and more.
On April 11th and 12th at the NDSM Docklands, the world's first electronic music festival is returning with their 2020 line up featuring with Sven Väth, Âme & Marcel Dettmann, Acid Pauli, Adriatique, Nina Kraviz, The Black Madonna, Bonobo (DJ), Honey Dijon, KAS:ST (Live), LSD, Oscar Mulero, Octo Octa, Mind Against, Paul Kalkbrenner, Recondite (Live), ROD, Theo Parrish and more. Just like as usual, the key role at their weekender will be their signature stages with Generator serving dynamic and hard-hitting techno, minimal house at Filter, astronomical double sets at Amp, and live electronic sets at Live, melodic techno at Modular and immersive house, disco and electro at Frequency.
This year, Don't Let Daddy Know is going stronger. With their major line up like Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Oliver Heldens and Fedde Le Grand and more. On March 6th, 2020, the Dutch dance concept is ready to welcome 30,000 visitors for this biggest event ever.
Announcing last month with the first phase of the lineup. BigCityBeat WORLD CLUB DOME has just released the phase 2 line up for their flagship event in Frankfurt this June.
It is set to be another unmissable show. Dutch dynamo Mike Williams, British hit producer James Hype, French future house pioneer Tchami and Germany’s very own Robin Schulz are all set to take over the Commerzbank Arena alongside already announced acts Armin van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, DJ Snake and Steve Aoki on the main stage.
From April 17-19th, Rainbow Disco Club 2020 will be coming back at Higashi-Izu Cross-Country Course in Inatori Kogen, Izu Peninsula.
The first round of line up includes the Moodymann, Morotor City Drum Ensemble, Moxie, Red Greg, GE-OLOGY, Daniel Avery Antal x Hunee, DJ Nobu, Special Request, Batu, Anthony Naples, Chaos in the CBD and many more.
Are you ready to party for 24 hours?
The Night League announced the massive line up for Odyssey opening party on May 9th. Starting at Ushuaia from midday to midnight, clubbers will be able to party through the daytime and sunset at Ibiza. By the midnight, the party will move across the road to Ibiza’s leading and most technologically advanced venue Hï Ibiza right through until midday on Sunday.
After the huge success of last year, Highest Point Festival is back.
On 15th-17th May 2020, Highest Point Festival is coming back to Williamson Park in Lancaster.
The first announcement is set to be a diverse fun-filled musical weekend as London drum and bass collective Rudimental and dance music heavyweight Wikison Wilkinson lead the charge for Fridays DJ line-up while Saturday’s activities will be in for giant reception headlined by Brit award-winning singer Rag'n'Bone Man.
E Komo Mai means "All Are Welcome" in native Hawaiian. It's the ethos of this whole new dance experience in this America's paradise. On February 14 to 17th 2020, this festival will take place on the island of Oahu which was known as the famous spot by ancient Hawaiians and an international travel destination today. Over a three days weekend with talent such as DJ Dan, Doc Martin, Mikey Lion, Sacha Robotti and Kill Frenzy and more to come.
Do you want to escape by private jet to a fun and entertaining summer holiday destination? Check out the best festivals and attractions in 2020.
Summer is the season to escape the real world and let your hair down. But where should you travel to and how should you get there? Private jets are more accessible than ever these days and make for a great way to get away from the city and escape reality.
You can jet off to fantastic summer festivals, one after the other if you think you can handle it. Many festivals take place in resorts close to the beach. Others take place on islands that commercial planes don't usually land. Take a look at some great summer escapes where you can dance your summer away.