The thirty-third edition of ESNS (Eurosonic Noorderslag) was successfully wrapped up on Saturday night at Groningen's Oosterpoort with the Noorderslag festival. At the 2019 edition many anniversaries were celebrated, European talents praised and both the festival and the conference highlighted diversity and sustainability.
At the 17th edition of WinterWorld around 6,500 visitors celebrated in the dm-Arena in Karlsruhe on Saturday. On three floors the fans of electronic music danced to the sound of the 25 international top DJs. Among others Alle Farben, AKA AKA, Felix Kröcher, HUGEL, Klaudia Gawlas, Ostblockschlampen and Pappenheimer were present.
After a break, Koblenz becomes an ELECTRIC CITY again on February 1. International top DJs celebrate with thousands of night owls to the different styles of electronic music. Among them are AKA AKA, DJ DAG, Dune, Kerstin Eden, Klopfgeister and many more. A single ticket allows access to all six participating clubs. Around 5,000 visitors are expected.
Headliners this year include: Ninja Tune's Amon Tobin, Russian rave band Little Big, drum & bass veterans Ed Rush and Audio (as Killbox), techno titan Rebekah and '90s chart toppers The Outhere Brothers.
The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), the world’s leading event for electronic music, will take place the 16th to 20th October, 2019. The organisers are expecting around 400,000 national and international visitors for the 24th edition. Photo Credit to Laura Jacobs.
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One of the greatest DJs of all time, and for many the very symbol of this profession, the great Carl Cox, has answered the call of fans and confirmed his return to the legendary Dance Arena at EXIT Festival next summer! Thanks to him, the energy will start high from the opening day on July 4, which he will close with a special three-hour set, lasting until the early morning hours!
BigCityBeats, the company behind the creation of the first-ever club in Zero Gravity (World Club Dome Zero Gravity), has announced that the Zero-G club will return in 2019. Along with this, International Space Station Commander Alexander Gerst has announced, from outer space, a year long partnership between BigCityBeats and the European Space Agency for 2019, which will link space travel and dance music in ways never seen before.