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  • Armin Van Buuren Arriving in Australia this Week!


    Nordic-By-Nature
    • Category: News

    One of Australia’s biggest Dance Music events arrives this weekend: ‘A State of Trance 850’ Sydney + ‘Istoria 2018’ Melbourne.

     

    Armin caught up with Aussie winner of the ‘F1 Chinese GP’ Daniel Ricciardo over the weekend and also DJ’d in the actual ‘Red Bull’ Garage!

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    Photos: Armin van Buuren’s Facebook Page

     

    Watch Videos here:

    Armin on the Grid: https://www.facebook.com/arminvanbuuren/videos/10155484375353316

    Armin DJing in the Garage: https://www.facebook.com/arminvanbuuren/videos/10155484232388316

    ASOT850 Sydney this Saturday features: Armin van Buuren, Gaia, NWYR, MaRLo, Ørjan Nilsen, Will Atkinson and Ruben de Ronde

    Istoria Melbourne this Friday features: Armin van Buuren, NWYR, Ørjan Nilsen, Will Atkinson and Ruben de Ronde

    Latest single: ‘Sex, Love & Water’ feat Conrad Sewell is OUT NOW

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     ‘A State of Trance 850’ Sydney is excited to announce the addition of NWYR to the ASOT Line-Up

    Joining: Armin van Buuren, Gaia, MaRLo,Ørjan Nilsen, Will Atkinson and Ruben de Ronde

    Armin van Buuren, is thrilled to have some of his favourite artists join the ‘A State of Trance 850’ Sydney line-up including:

    NWYR, Gaia, MaRLo, Ørjan Nilsen, Will Atkinson and Ruben De Ronde, playing alongside the five times #1 DJ in the world. 

    Fans can enjoy the best Trance, Progressive and Psy for one huge night.  

     

    More information can be found atwww.astateoftrance.com

     

    ‘A State of Trance’ started as a radio show by Armin van Buuren and is now being broadcast in 84 countries, with over 37 million listeners every week.

     

    ‘ASOT’ is the largest music platform in the world with worldwide festivals. 

    Last year ASOT celebrated its 15-year jubilee. 

     

    Every year tens of thousands of fans from all over the world come together during the various ASOT festivals.

     

    Tickets available now via Ticketbooth: https://www.ticketbooth.com.au
     

    Line-up ‘A State of Trance 850 Sydney’ Sydney Showground - April 21, 2018:

    Armin van Buuren

     

     

    NWYR

    Gaia

    MaRLo

    Ørjan Nilsen

    Ruben De Ronde

    Will Atkinson

     

    About ALDA

    ALDA is a global producer, concept developer and promoter of electronic music and DJ concepts. 

    ALDA works from an ‘integrated concept perspective’ using its broad experience and knowledge in the field of stage design, 

    storytelling, technical production, video, special effects, decor design and entertainment for every production. 

    The company collaborates with world famous DJs such as: Armin van Buuren and Hardwell and events like: 

    Armin Only, I AM Hardwell, A State of Trance, Electronic Family, AMF and The Flying Dutch

    www.aldaevents.com

     

    For more info, go to:

    www.arminvanbuuren.com

    https://www.facebook.com/itsNWYR

    www.facebook.com/GaiaOfficial1

    www.marlomusic.com

    www.orjannilsen.com

    www.rubenderonde.nl

    www.facebook.com/djwillatkinson

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    Armin van Buuren To Headline Istoria 2018

      

    Symbiotic is proud to announce the addition of NWYR to the Istoria 2018 Line-Up

    Joining Armin van Buuren, the undisputed king of trance and one of the world’s biggest DJs + more.. 

    Armin, one of the most iconic artists of all time, will make his debut on the Istoria stage this April at Festival Hall, Melbourne.  The Dutch superstar is driven by a relentless passion for trance music and he will bring a unique energy to the stage for all Istorians.

    Joining the world’s most loved DJ on the Istoria stage will be: NWYR, Ørjan Nilsen, Will Atkinson and Ruben de Ronde.  Fans can expect huge performances from each artist, as they take Istorians on a journey not to forget, this April.

    Istoria is in its second year and is already the biggest Australian born trance event on the annual calendar.  Istoria is known for its unique, one of a kind production to compliment the journey of trance music.  Due to the limited capacity of Festival Hall, we are expecting a fast sell out and encourage everyone to sign up for pre-sale to have first access to tickets.

    ISTORIA 2018 LINE-UP

    Armin van Buuren

    NWYR

    Ørjan Nilsen

    Ruben de Ronde

    Will Atkinson

    + more to be announced

    Festival Hall, Melbourne - Friday April 20

     

    Tickets are available now from Ticketmaster:www.ticketmaster.com.au

    For more info, go to:

    www.symbiotic.net.au

    www.facebook.com/symbioticpresents

    www.instagram.com/symbioticpresents

    www.arminvanbuuren.com

    https://www.facebook.com/itsNWYR

    www.orjannilsen.com

    www.facebook.com/djwillatkinson

    www.rubenderonde.nl

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    Edited by Nordic-By-Nature




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