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EXIT Festival 10th Anniversary
 
EXIT Festival is delighted to announce that in celebration of the festival’s 10th Anniversary they will be reuniting some of the best and most popular DJs to have performed over the years, for exclusive and back to back sets. Yes, that’s right! DJs will be collaborating and playing back to back with each other!

While many a DJ have played b2b before, this feat has not been done to such a massive scale anywhere before. Each night, DJs from the past 10 years will be playing against each other and creating the biggest birthday bash known in the history of dance music! Some of the collaborations for Dance Arena may very well surprise and they are sure to excite! And above all, it’s going to be one hell of a party!

Celebrating a decade in dance, this will be a monumental landmark in the festival’s history and is guaranteed to set the festival’s birthday off in fire-starting, floor thumping style! The first sets to be announced are: Carl Cox vs Green Velvet, Sasha & John Digweed and Richie Hawtin vs Dubfire with more tasty collaborations to be announced.

Renowned for its diverse and adventurous line ups, EXIT encompasses all genres of music from rock to rap, classical to chill, dance to drum & bass and electronic to experimental. Over 600 performances will take place on 25 stages connected by cobbled streets, ramparts and tunnels - a walk through the historical and awe-inspiring fortress is like a trip through a portal, where the modern world unites and celebrates its freedoms. The Arctic Monkeys, Moby and Madness are the first artists to be announced for the Main stage with more to follow.
 
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24.03.2009  (CE)