Friends, behold the second TomorrowWorld headliner. Can you predict who the next artist will be in this magical tale?
Earlier this month, TomorrowWorld has announced that its annual festival in Georgia will not be returning in 2016.
The SFX-owned TomorrowWorld has announced that it will not be coming back in 2016, ending months of speculation about the festival’s future.
Next-level festival Tomorrowland is back this year for one weekend only, returning to Boom in Belgium between 22 and 24 July, and as always it sold out in a flash. Organizators recently announcing eight new headline artists and four new stages stacked with talent in 2016 lineup.
While the horrors of TomorrowWorld (for some people at least) are still very much fresh in people’s minds, their Belgian sister festival Tomorrowland has just announced the release of its full-length documentary This Was Tomorrow.
TomorrowWorld festival-goers have posted nightmarish photos to Twitter of punters sleeping by the side of the road or even, as the above photo shows, on empty pizza boxes, after rain and mud kept shuttle buses and taxis from reaching the festival’s pick-up sites on Saturday night.
MasterClass, an online education platform designed to give aspiring artists and creatives the opportunity to learn from top-of-the-line talent, has just announced Deadmau5 as its latest instructor for electronic music.
After battling a tired lawsuit, Glastonbury Festival is bouncing back to introduce the world’s first fully stocked women’s safe space. Called “The Sisterhood,” Glastonbury’s new attraction will be staffed entirely by females, providing a “revolutionary clubhouse for any who identify as intersectional, queer, trans, or disabled.”
Glastonbury Festival is a serious beast. You may have heard of the famous UK festival for its insane music lineups, or perhaps you’ve gasped at the appalling amount of trash left behind in recent years. Now, to summon your gag reflex, Glastonbury is being fined for a sewage leak that killed 42 fish in 2014.
The Ministry of Sound logo has had an overhaul.
This year marks the 20th Anniversary of EDC, and Insomniac and founder Pasquale Rotella are not taking that milestone lightly.
Nice old style trailer of Parklife Festival
Nice to start early 2017 with the good music from Becoming Phill and his new album Electrum.
Miguel Ángel Flores, the Spanish promoter whose 2012 event with Steve Aoki led to the deaths of five people, has been sentenced to four years in prison.
DJ Awards time again! This year we have our largest ever line-up in the history of the awards with 12 categories and a staggering 113 nominees for the public to cast their votes.
Bud Light Sensation Mexico, what you’ve all been waiting for is finally here!