International stars like van Buuren, Medusa and Shapov guests Magicbox in Odense this summer.
Tinderbox' electronic scene, Magicbox, will get a visit by the acclaimed Dutch DJ and producer Armin van Buuren at the festival in 2020.
the - Magicbox is Tinderbox' pulse and we are pleased to deliver yet another sublime "out of this world"experience in 2020, says festivalchef Brian Nielsen.
Van Buuren has been voted the world's best DJ five times by the magazine DJ mag.
He plays on the Magicbox-the stage in Odense Friday, 26. June 2020.
The world famous DJ has provided a wide range of electronic productions. He says, among other things behind the songs "Blah, blah, blah", "This is what it feels like", and "Lonely for you".
Earlier this year, he released the album "Balance", as it is also expected that Restbet he will play several numbers from when he guests Magicbox next summer.
Magicbox is called "festival in the festival", because it is a part of the Tinderbox festival in Odense, but have an independent festivalprofil.
the Stage is located in the lido, which is a small piece from the heart of the Tinderbox.
Also other international artists such as the Meduza, Hayden James and Shapova to play at the Magicbox-the stage next year.
the Meduza is an Italian DJ trio, who earlier this year released the hit single, "Piece of your heart". The song topped several international charts and has made the trio sought-after in the entire world.
Australian Hayden James' is known for its wide repertoire and will probably bid up to lots of dances with songs from his latest album "Between us", that are streamed more than 500 million times.
one of Armin van Buurens previous musical collaborators is to find on the Magicboxprogrammet for 2020.
The Russian DJ and producer Shapov to play on the festival's first day, 25. June.
the Russian is best known for the hit single, "Belong", which he published together with the Swedish pladeproducent Axwell.
Tinderbox is taking place 25.-27. June in Tusindårsskoven in the outskirts of Odense.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 23 November 2019, 06:00