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    As the days get warmer and the sun shines brighter, all is set for another summer filled with friends, music and good times. With only six weeks left to go, the Paradise City team is more than ready to welcome visitors for its biggest edition to date. Guests can expect extraordinary music and positive vibes across three days and nights. Besides its legendary dancefloor energy, the electronic music festival is famous for its lush green waterside location, impressive stage design, and high-quality light and sound productions.

    Today, the organisation has dropped theΒ complete line-upΒ for the upcoming festivities:


    There are some interesting picks amongst the newly announced artists.Β David August,Β for example, will present his highly anticipated new live AV show packed with the producer’s melancholic, emotive, organic electronica. In the same lane,Β Rival ConsolesΒ andΒ Rex The DogΒ are also set to bring entertaining shows to our Live Stage, showcasing the deeper and creative sides of live electronic music. With UK’s house DJ sensation,Β Sally CΒ going back to back with Brussels’ very own Driss Benis akaΒ OCB, the ecstatic energy on Saturday’s Contrast Stage is sorted. But Paradise City would be nowhere without the support of local artists – and so the team is excited to give proper slots to some of the most exciting homegrown talent around, includingΒ Bjeor, Catalina, Eline Anne & r.omy, OdymelΒ andΒ RIET.


    Saturday and Camping tickets almost sold out

    Ticket sales for the Paradise City weekend have been rolling smoothly, and the demand is not slowing down – at all. Day tickets for Saturday and Camping tickets are almost sold out – only a few hundred of each remain – so the clock is ticking for those who haven’t made their move yet. Once these sell out, they’re gone.

    Tickets available here

    The post Paradise City Festival announces full line-up appeared first on Decoded Magazine.

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