Get know Dreambeach festival, that will take place in Spain with Armin van Buuren, Steve Angello, Kalkbrenner, Marco Carola and more!
Written by Vibez Crew on 18 de July de 2019
Spain’s biggest electronic music festival Dreambeach has revealed its daily line-up for its seventh edition, taking place on August 7-11th. With a selection of the biggest names in electronic music spread across five jampacked days on the Andalusian coastline boasting stunning scenery, the unique atmosphere of a summer festival in the middle of a deserted beach, 3 stages (plus 2 on the camping site) hosting over 150,000 ravers and the likes of Paul Kalkbrenner, Steve Angello, Tchami x Malaa, Loco Dice, Marco Carola, Steve Lawler, Stephan Bodzin, Fisher and Knife Party.
Dreambeach is situated right by the unique natural pine forest on the Mediterranean sea, and offers amazing views, as well as balinese beds and BBQ sites for festival goers. Representing a truly diverse and eclectic mix of artists and genres for 2019, EDM heavy hitters such as Armin van Buuren and Steve Aoki will take to the Villaricos stage, along with Swedish House Mafia powerhouse Steve Angello, Hexagon boss Don Diablo, Fedde Le Grand, Brennan Heart launching his trademark show I Am Hardstyle, as well as Coone, Nervo and W&W.
With Drumcode’s very own Adam Beyer representing more underground sounds, the techno contingent at Dreambeach will be stronger than ever in 2019, as Agoria, Charlotte de Witte, Boris Brejcha, The Martinez Brothers, Nina Kraviz and Seth Troxler all spin their range of dark twisted beats over the course of the four days.
With a whole host of further names on the line-up, including a Disciple showcase featuring Modestep, Barely Alive, Virtual Riot y Phase One, and also Dimension, Holy Goof, Matrix & Futurebound and SaSaSaS, a full festival pass for the event only costs 77€, or €107 including camping, and €132 for VIP. Tickets are available here and international ticketing platforms like Ticketea, Ticketmaster and Ticketbell.
Unique Mediterranean location
Set within the small fishing town of Villaricos in Almeria, the three arenas located on the festival site overlook incredible views of the Mediterranean Sea. The sunrise settings during the dying moments of each day adds a completely different dynamic.
The large Villaricos beachfront provides plenty of floor space for the staging, as well as a ferris wheel, merchandise stalls, half a dozen medium/large sized bars and food vendors. The festival also offers on-site camping with a pool and live sets for those who want to stay right in the thick of it.
Distinguished as Best Festival of 2018 in the recent Iberoamerican Electronic Music Awards hosted by Spain’s Vicious Magazine, Dreambeach Villaricos is a multi genre festival with guaranteed sunshine and beachfront settings, featuring mind-blowing production & sound, world-class line ups and affordable price tag.
Get to know the full line-up:
EDM/Mainstream: Armin van Buuren, ATK1, Brian Cross, Cat Dealers, Don Diablo, DJ Nano, Fedde Le Grand, Jose AM, Maurice West, Nervo, Infected Mushroom, Sam Feldt, Steve Angello, Steve Aoki, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Tchami x Malaa (presents No Redemption) Todd Helder, W&W;
Techno: Adam Beyer, Agoria (live), Anna Tur, Andrea Oliva, Boris Brejcha, Boys Noize, Charlotte de Witte, Chus & Ceba-llos, Claude Vonstroke, Edu Imbernon, Fisher, Francisco Allendes, Gonçalo, Horacio Cruz, Hosse, Jee Bear, Joris Voorn b2bKölsch, Loco Dice, Manu Sánchez, Marco Carola, Nina Kraviz, Paul Kalkbrenner (live), Rafa Barrios, Raúl Pacheco, SergioParrado, Seth Troxler, Stephan Bodzin (live), Steve Lawler, The Martinez Brothers, Tiga, Umek, Uner, Wade;
Bass Music: Barely Alive, Congo Natty & The Rezistance Live Band, Delta Heavy, Digital Set by Mad Division ft. Morodo & Benny Page w/ Sye MC, Dimension, Ghastly, Herobust, Holy Goof, Matrix & Futurebound, Modestep, Oto, Phase One, SaSaSaS, Technique International Sound, Virtual Riot;
Hardstyle: Aftershock, Brennan Heart (I am Hardstyletakeover), Da Tweekaz, Code Black, Coone, MC Villain, To-neshifterz, Ran-D, Warface
Latin/Hip-hop: Anier, Bad Gyal, Dellafuente, Fernando Costa, Foyone, Maka, Fusa Nocta, Todo el Rato.
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