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Postby TBP » 26 Feb 2016, 11:53

DANCEPORT 2016.)3.12 (sat)

ATB Trance/progressive house (Germany)
Eddie Halliwell Trance/Techno (UK)
KSUKE EDM/Trap (Japan)
YVES V Electro (Belgium)

Pres: 1800NT
If you would like a presale ticket please contact Greggo at We will leave the ticket at the door on the night of.

Door: 2000NT

Ocean Theater (海上劇場), Lover’s Wharf (情人碼頭), Singda Port (興達港), Cieding Township, Kaohsiung County (高雄縣茄萣鄉)

Imagine mesmerizing trance and EDM and an enchantingly unique ambience as you dance on the sea.
DancePort 2016 will be held at Kaohsiung’s Ocean Theater, the only large-scale performance venue in Taiwan situated on the sea.
It will host some of the trance world’s biggest globally.

Andre Tanneberger (German pronunciation: [ʔanˈdʁeː ˈtanəbɛʁɡɐ]), under his stage name of ATB, (born 26 February 1973 in Freiberg, Saxony, Germany) is a German DJ, musician, and producer of electronic dance music. According to the official world DJ rankings governed by DJ Magazine, ATB was ranked #11 in 2009[7] and 2010, and #15 in 2011.In 2011, he was ranked as world number 1 according to "The DJ List". He is best known for his 1999 single "9 PM (Till I come)" which was a number one single in the United Kingdom.

Eddie Halliwell
To understand how all this has happened have to see Eddie perform in a club. Behind the mixer Eddie as a hive of activity, constantly manipulating the music with lightning cuts, layers of effects and slick scratches. Playing tracks from across a broad musical spectrum - trance, techno, house and electro - he harnesses the energy of every beat, synth, hi-hat, squelch and squeak, using his technical expertise to generate energy and manipulate new sounds

Ksuke who made his successful Ultra debut at Ultra Korea 2014 , and as a newcomer to Ultra Japan 2014, made an unprecedented performance on the main stage. He also appeared on the unique World Wide Stage as a Japanese person at the Ultra Musical Festival in its base in Miami, and has now grown to being called the DJ most connected to the world in Asia.

Sick Individuals is a Dutch electronic dance music act consisting of Rinze "Ray" Hofstee and Joep "Jim" Smeele. The two met in Hilversum, Netherlands (2008) while studying Music Composition. Jim and Ray had been composing for television commercials until their mutual fascination for both classical and modern music inspired their business partnership in 2010, when Sick Individuals was born. Early in their careers, groups including Daft Punk, Bingo Players and the Swedish House Mafia influenced the duo. They've also produced with Axwell – I am,Dannic Blueprint (both reached No. 1 on Beatport) and remixed Rihanna, Avicii, Icona Pop, Tiesto, Flo Rida and David Guetta. Their remix of Icona Pop – I Love It remix received a high level of support and recognition in the dance industry.

After his impressive performance at the Tomorrowland mainstage in 2007, Yves V became one of the most popular DJ's and producers worldwide. He also performed at other festivals such as TomorrowWorld, Sensation and Mysteryland. Yves V has also been guest DJ in well-known clubs such as Guaba, Pacha, Anzu Club, Nikki Beach and many others in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brasil, Cyprus, Spain, France, Finland, Italy, Greece and his native country Belgium. Summer 2014, he performed in the greatest club of Brasil and toured India, from Mumbai to New Delhi, Jaipur and Indore.
Yves V broke through with his remix Insane Pressure in 2009. His tracks appeal to a broad audience and evolved from underground trance to Beatport Top 100 hits. He collaborated with major artists: Madagascar with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike & Angger Dimas, Cloudbreaker with Basto!, Momentum with Regi, Old Skool Sound with Chuckie en Direct Dizko with Sander van Doorn. His remixes also put his stamp on Hiphop artists such as Timbaland, Missy Elliott and Ginuwine.
In 2014, Wait Till Tomorrow with Regi ft. Mitch Crown became a big summer hit and the festival anthem of that year. Yves V released his newest single Octagon on record label Smash The House in autumn 2015.
His personal heroes Tiësto, Laidback Luke, Roger Sanchez, Diplo, Steve Aoki and Marco V use his tracks in their playlists.


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