December 26, 2018 by

Another year means another 365 days of parties, so for this episode, we are going to talk about 2019 early lineup announcements! You’re gonna wanna prepare to book those flights and buy those tickets, because this episode is going to be good!

Marvellous Island Festival in France

Every year, Marvellous Island Festival is held in Paris every year and is one of the country’s most creative electronic music festivals. In 2019, they’re celebrating from June 8 to June 10 in Vaires-Torcy! It’s set in an unusual landscape with flamboyant greenery and the beautiful view of the lake!

Although it’s a few months away, it’s never to early to get Marvellous Island Festival attendees excited, right? As we know, Marvellous has genres like Techno, Tech House, House, Ethnic and Hip Hop, so their lineup shows that variety as well!

Announced with a cool puzzle on their website, Marvellous’ 2019 edition includes Nina Kraviz, Marcel Dettmann, Amotik, Answer Code Request, Hannah Addams, Hemka, Kobosil, and Satori (live) to name a few! To know all of the names, and to see the cool puzzle that you have to figure out yourself, check out their website! ;

They also posted their video from last year, so check this out now!  

After you watch the video, let us know which genre you’re going to gear towards for the 2019 edition!

Movement Detroit in the US

This annual three-day celebration at legendary riverfront destination Hart Plaza in Detroit happening during Memorial Day Weekend from May 25-27 gathers thousands of people across the globe to celebrate the birthplace of techno and its influence over the generations. This is one of the longest-running dance events in the world, and as we mentioned, they just announced a few of the names from their lineup.


Before we say anything, check this video out! ;

Movement 2019 just announced their lineup for May a few days ago, and it includes Amelie Lens, Chris Lake, Donny Brown, DJ Bone, DJ Nobu and Floorplan live. Heiko Laux, Hot Since 82, Orbital, and Stephan Bodzin will be there as well! But, it doesn’t end there, of course, Movement Festival also shared that there are more names to be announced!

Fun fact as well, one of the artists, namely UK dance music pioneer Orbital, is performing his first show in Detroit in 20 years! How amazing is that!

Why don’t you grab your passes for Movement Detroit now!

And in honor of Orbital’s return, let us know which of his works is your favorite!

Caprices Festival in Switzerland

Caprices Festival in Switzerland is ready to go for their April 11 to April 14 edition in 2019, located at Crans-Montana! They’ve just shared their first wave of names, which includes Apollonia, Audiofly, Bedouin, Behrouz, Black Coffee, Edward, Giorgio Maulini, Jamie Jones, Marcel Dettmann, Pan-Pot, Peggy Gou, Ricardo Villalobos, Seth Troxler, and Sven Vath. But, as you guessed it, there are more to be announced! In the meantime, watch this video for more details! ;

Also, if you didn’t know, Caprices Festival is actually located on a mountain-top on the slopes of a famous ski resort in Switzerland. Their lineup always includes house and techno royalty as the party proceeds for four days and nights. There are three different stages at different heights of the slopes - all showing a striking vision of the Alpine view. And of course, attendees have the opportunity not just to party, but to participate in different activities as well. This is an award-winning festival as it uses the most updated technology!

And because of that, if you’ve been to Caprices Festival before, why don’t you let us know what your favorite part of their futuristic theme is?

Sonar Reykjavik in Iceland

Sonar Reykjavik is carrying the infamous brand name with pride as they celebrate music, creativity, and technology from April 25 to April 27. The festival expects around 3,500 guests per night as attendees are attracted with the opportunity to experience the beautiful Northern Lights themselves!

Before we get started with talking about the names that will be at Sonar Reykjavik 2019, why don’t you check out their creative first lineup announcement! ;

As the video shares, unlimited names for the first lineup announcement, some of them being Aisha Devi, Allenheimer, Cherri, Exos, Gdrn, Jon Hopkins, Little Simz, Richie Hawtin, and Yves Tumor!

Now, check out the second artist lineup announcement video, where you’ll be taken on a drive! ;

How creative was that announcement video, right? As they mentioned, for Sonar Reykjavik’s second lineup announcement, they included Little Dragon, Orbital, Alinka, Askell, Milena, Glowacka, LaFontaine, and so many more! 

Let us know if you liked Sonar Reykjavik’s first lineup announcement or second lineup announcement more!

We hope we got you psyched for 2019 with the early lineup announcements of those four festivals! We’d love to know which lineup was your favorite, and who some of your favorite artists on them are! Tell us on our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts, as well as our website where you can sign up now and keep updated with all things music for free!

With that, have a wonderful rest of 2018, guys. We’ll see you in 2019! We hoped you enjoyed this episode and this successful year with us!

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