TomorrowWorld 2013: What You Need To Know – Day 3

Day 3: Sunday, September 29th

Day 3 has an extremely eclectic bunch of stage groupings. The five new stages (in addition to the Mainstage, Q Dance stage and Kitsune stage) Sunday brings include Smash the House vs Dirty Dutch, Mad Decent, OWSLA, Trance Addict and Dirtybird. The multitude of genres on Sunday’s bill guarantees that everyone will find something to enjoy.

(Read up on Day 1 here)
(Read up on Day 2 here)

To end the first TomorrowWorld with a bang, the Mainstage puts its best foot forward. Sunday night’s triple threat-Hardwell, David Guetta and Armin Van Buuren- will draw huge crowds to the Book of Wisdom stage for a stellar conclusion to the madness.

Who You Can’t Miss

Armin Van Buuren – Armin needs no introduction. Anyone involved in the dance music community is aware of AVB and the ASOT empire he created. His latest studio album, ‘Intense,’ was released this past May, from which he released the singles ‘Waiting for the Night’ and the ever popular ‘This is What it Feels Like.’ Armin’s reign and entrancing ability to captivate a crowd has secured him the closing spot at many music festivals including Ultra Music Festival and Electric Zoo- it is only appropriate that he close out TomorrowWorld as well.

Andrew Rayel – How Do I Know (Armin Van Buuren Intro Edit)
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Smash the House vs. Dirty Dutch

The Smash the House vs. Dirty Dutch stage will feature some of the best names the two electro-heavy labels have to offer.

Who You Can’t Miss

Dannic – Dannic first won fans over his mashups and bootleg edits such as Axwell vs. Julie McKnight – How Soon is Glory, Bootleg), Feel So Close 2 Unite Us (Dannic Bootleg) and My Feelings For Hells Bells (Dannic MashUp), which have seen support from Tiesto, Bingo Players and Nicky Romero in their sets. Dannic released ‘Tombo’ on Hardwell’s label, Revealed Recordings, and collaborated ‘Kontiki’ with him.

Dannic – Live at EDC LV 2013
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Diplo and crew will be twerking up a storm Day 3 of TomorrowWorld for a booty shakin’ good time :)

Who You Can’t Miss

Dillon Francis – This cat-loving, taco-eating prankster will blow your mind with his phenomenal moombah-heavy sets.

Passion Pit – Carried Away (Dillon Francis Remix)
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OWSLA’s line up is a sweep; with so many great artists and variety all on one stage (Jack Beats, Alvin Risk, Seven Lions to name a few…), it is difficult to single out one superior act.

Who You Can’t Miss

The M Machine – GO SEE THE M MACHINE!! The San Franciscan trio puts on a fantastic live show marked by their live vocals, stimulating visuals and layered tech-like beats that will have you grooving.

Passion Pit – Take A Walk (The M Machine Remix)
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TomorrowWorld’s Trance Addict stage brings some fresh names of the genre American festivals don’t usually see. For those craving the euphoric melodies and fast bass lines, look no further!

Who You Can’t Miss

Simon Patterson – Simon Patterson, aka Psymon, will lead you down the rabbit hole with his captivating psy-trance sets.

The Dirtybird label will bring their bass thumping beats to the final day of TomorrowWorld.

Who You Can’t Miss

Claude Von Stroke– Known for his booty bass, CVS will have you popping on Sunday. Dirty Bird warns attendees, “Claude Von Stroke is only coming to see you if you want to enjoy yourself and get sweaty and nasty. If you want to wear a sweater and frown in the VIP section, he is not the right DJ for you.” His new album, Urban Animal, was just released; with fresh new material under his belt, Claude will surely deliver a fresh, distinguished set.

Fedde Le Grand – Put Your Hands Up For Detroit (Claude Von Stroke’s Packard Plant Mix)
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The Kitsune stage will continue to bring their alternative sound on the final day of TomorrowWorld.

Who You Can’t Miss

Henry Krinkle – The Florida native who now resides in Shanghai will have you captivated by his alternative dance beats. Krinkle describes his music as the “future of sound” and provides us with his fresh take on electronic sound.

The third and final day of Q-dance’s second North American event brings sought after names such as Zatox and Wildstylez to join in on the madness.

Who You Can’t Miss

Gunz For Hire – Gunz For Hire is a noteworthy duo on the bill- a collaboration of Ran-D and Adaro, two big names of the genre from the Scantraxx records family. Don’t let their scary masks intimidate you from stopping by their set!

Gunz For Hire – Gangsters Don’t Dance
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