A snapshot of the hottest events and party news from the global electronic music community.

Psy-fi 2020 – Full lineup – Guardians of Gaia

Here it is, the full line-up for Psy-Fi 2020 “Guardians of Gaia”!
A lot has happened since our last edition where we proclaimed to leave Leeuwarden for good in search of a new land to host our beloved gathering.Out of our search, a beautiful new location has emerged and at the same time the province

Underworld are headlining Boomtown this year

Underworld will headline Boomtown this year.
The festival, which has now been running for over a decade, sees over 60,000 festival-goers descend on South Downs National Park in the UK each year.
This year’s edition of the event, which takes place from the 12th to the 16th of August, is titled Boomtown, Chapter 12: New

Techno Tourism: 10 Must-Visit Rave Destinations

For many techno fans, Ibiza is not a rave heaven. From Russia to South America, these are the most booming cities and music scenes in the world right now.
10. Tel Aviv, Israel
Although it may have its troubles, Tel Aviv is, in fact, one of the most party-friendly, progressive cities in the middle east.

10 Things You Should Never Do When In Ibiza

Ibiza is an idyllic island in the Mediterranean that boasts sun-drenched beaches, UNESCO-listed heritage, watersports galore and mellow waterfront cafes – but let’s be honest, most tourist flock there for its epic party vibe. Although there is plenty to see and do there beyond the club culture and beach parties, you might want to choose

Tax documents: Here’s how Burning Man spends $44 million

While money may not be welcome in the economy of Black Rock City, money is necessary to create the city.
It took more than $44 million to run the Burning Man Project and erect the arts metropolis in the Black Rock Desert in 2018, according to the Burning Man Project’s most recent tax documents.
The San Francisco-based arts nonprofit covered

Burning Man Temple design and artists for 2020 revealed

One thing to know about Burning Man is that it is not a festival, but rather a temporary city. Heavily focusing on the theme of self-expression through artistic art pieces and art cars (with DJs like Flume and Carl Cox regularly appearing), the Black Rock Desert plays host to this city for nine days of the year in August and September and


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