Febrero 28 - Marzo 1-2, 2019 Barcelona

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“Kaskade’s signature sound is as unmistakable as it is beautiful; a combination of dewy female vocals, tough electronic underpinnings, and memorable melodies.” -- Billboard

The New York Times may have called him the “new face of electronic dance music” in a recent profile, but Ryan Raddon, known as Kaskade, has been in the trenches of the EDM scene as an original recording artist and in-demand DJ for more than a decade. He has released seven studio albums, including his latest, Fire & Ice, scored nine Top 10 hits on Billboard’s Hot Dance Airplay Chart, created chart-topping remixes for everyone from Lady Gaga to Beyoncé, appeared at all the major summer festivals, and has performed between 150 and 200 headlining shows a year for the last 10 years, building a name for himself as an innovator of the EDM scene as we know it today, which has opened doors for the likes of Deadmau5, Tiesto, Skrillex and more. In doing so, he has helped to lay the groundwork for a titanic musical and cultural shift: a post-rock EDM revolution that has captured the imagination of a new generation of music lovers across North America


Christopher Comstock (born May 19, 1992), known professionally as Marshmello, is an American electronic music producer and DJ. He first gained international recognition by releasing remixes of songs by Jack Ü and Zedd, and released his debut studio album, Joytime, in early 2016. In May 2016, he released "Alone" through record label Monstercat, which appeared on the US Billboard Hot 100, and became his first single to be certified platinum in the US and Canada.

In 2017, his collaboration with Khalid, "Silence", and with Selena Gomez, "Wolves", were released and became internationally successful. In February 2018, he released "Friends" with Anne-Marie, for her debut studio album Speak Your Mind. In June 2018, Marshmello released his second studio album, Joytime II, with singles "Tell Me" and "Check This Out".

His stage name, Marshmello, is a misspelling of marshmallow. He wears a custom helmet loosely based on a marshmallow for public appearances. He covers his identity similarly to other electronic music artists such as Deadmau5 and Daft Punk, and has falsely revealed himself as Tiësto, Will Ferrell, and Shawn Mendes in the past. Throughout his career, he has also collaborated with artists including Omar LinX, Slushii, Jauz, Ookay, Lil Peep, Logic, Bastille and Amr Diab.


Isabelle Rezazadeh, known by her stage name Rezz is a Canadian DJ and record producer from Niagara Falls, Ontario.

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Louis The Child

Louis the Child is a Chicago-based DJ and production duo consisting of Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett. They are best known for their singles "It's Strange", "Weekend", and "Fire".

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DJ Carnage, is a Guatemalan-American DJ and record producer. Carnage is known for his live performances at major music festivals such as Tomorrowland and Ultra Music Festival and his hit single called "Incredible" with Israeli DJ Borgore. Carnage has been able to establish over the years on the stage of the EDM. Collaborations with DJs such as Borgore, KSHMR, Timmy Trumpet and Headhunterz are put to his credit.

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The Chainsmokers

Alex Pall was born and raised in Westchester, NY. He was working at an art gallery in Manhattan by day and DJ by night when his manager, Adam Alpert, introduced him to Drew to form The Chainsmokers as you know them today. In addition to music production, Alex is a song writer and pianist. When he’s not traveling the globe on The Chainsmokers’ tour, he lives in Los Angeles with his Golden Retriever Mooshu.

Drew Taggart grew up in Freeport, Maine and attended Syracuse University where he studied music business. While he had always been interested in music, he was first introduced to dance music at 15 when he was traveling abroad in Argentina. Upon graduating from college he was introduced to Alex Pall by their manager Adam Alpert and together formed The Chainsmokers. In addition to his work with The Chainsmokers, Drew is also a successful songwriter/producer who has lent his talents to other artists as well.


Ethan Snoreck, better known by his stage name Whethan (formerly Wheathin), is an American DJ and music producer from Chicago. He gained recognition after his remix of the track "XE3" by Mssingno, which as of January 2018 has garnered over 10 million plays on SoundCloud.

Party Favor

Dylan Ragland, better known by his stage name Party Favor, is an American DJ and EDM producer.

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Julian Scanlan, known professionally as Slushii, is an American musician, Disc Jockey, vocalist and record producer based in Los Angeles. He is best known for working with artists managed by Moe Shalizi, such as Marshmello, Ookay and Jauz, and for gaining support from notable musician and OWSLA-record label founder Skrillex.

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San Holo

Sander van Dijck commonly known by his stage name San Holo, is a Dutch DJ, musician, record producer and composer. He gained international recognition for his remix of Dr. Dre's "The Next Episode", which currently has over 160 million views on YouTube. He has released music on several record labels including Spinnin' Records, OWSLA, Barong Family, and Monstercat. He also founded bitbird, a label which has released several of his singles including "Still Looking" and "Light". San Holo's first EP, Cosmos, was released via Heroic on 18 September 2014 and was in the Top 100 Electronic category of iTunes.

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Cash Cash

Cash Cash is an American electronic music group from Roseland, New Jersey. The group currently consists of three DJs: brothers Jean Paul Makhlouf and Alex Makhlouf, and Samuel Frisch. They produce, record, mix and master all their music together as a trio. They are currently signed to Big Beat Records and Atlantic Records, a subsidiary of Warner Music Group worldwide.[2][3] The group's highest-charting song to date is "Take Me Home", which features vocals by Bebe Rexha.

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Adventure Club

Adventure Club is a Canadian electronic dance music duo composed of Christian Srigley and Leighton James, based out of Montreal, Quebec.

Some of the major influences to their sound include Tiësto, Flux Pavilion, Greeley Estates, Bring Me the Horizon and Skrillex. The duo's signature sound includes high-pitched female vocals with electronic sounds and heavy drops.

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  • Madeon

    Madeon. Hugo Pierre Leclercq (born 30 May 1994), better known by his stage name Madeon /ˈmædiən/, is a French DJ, record producer, singer, songwriter and musician from Nantes, France.


    A producer who went from anonymous uploads to collaborations with Dillon Francis within just a couple years, L.A.-based artist NGHTMRE was born Tyler Marenyi in Stamford, Connecticut and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina. After getting a degree in finance from Elon University, Tyler decided to move to L.A. and take a chance on his love of making music. At first, he uploaded trap and house remixes of tracks by Tiësto, Rae Sremmurd, and Skrillex, then he began releasing a set of his own tracks, some in collaborations with producer Slander.

  • Slander

    Slander (stylized as SLANDER) is an American DJ duo consisting of Derek Andersen and Scott Land based in Los Angeles. They are best known for their unique sound and subgenre "heaven trap".

  • Shaun Frank
    Shaun Frank

    Shaun Frank is a Canadian DJ, singer-songwriter and producer. He was the singer of The Envy, a Canadian alternative/rock band which was produced and managed by Simmons Records, Gene Simmons' label. The Envy opened for KISS in 2010 on their Hottest Show on Earth Tour. Shaun started his new path after The Envy broke up because of external problems with some band members. Many collaborations with renowned artists of international EDM scene are to his credit (such as Oliver Heldens, Borgeous, KSHMR, DVBBS, and The Chainsmokers).

  • Cheat Codes
    Cheat Codes

    Cheat Codes is an American electronic music DJ trio from Los Angeles, California. The group is notable for their 2016 single "Sex", which samples the chorus from "Let's Talk About Sex" by Salt-N-Pepa.

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