May 5th is the Day of Liberation in the Netherlands and is also the day when happens the biggest dance festival in the country, in the city of Zwolle. Dance4Liberation takes place between noon and midnight, and welcomes people of all ages.
To celebrate, 30 thousand people join the capital of Overijssel in two distinct areas. The first area has the best names of the “EDM/House”, while the second area has the soundest names of “Hardstyle”.
The headliners of Area #1 are the two sisters NERVO. They’re Australian DJs and they produced the Grammy-winning single “When Love Takes Over.” They are considered the best paid female djs in the world. Soon they will be during in Brazil to celebrate the carnival. DubVision will also be present in Area #1. Coming from the Netherlands, they are also brothers. At the end of 2017 they released, through the label Spinnin ‘Records, the song “Turn It Around”.
Another confirmed pair in this festival, but in this case in Area #2, are the Sub-Zero Project, coming from Holland. The song “Funky Shit“, released in 2015, got them to be recognize by “bigger” dj’s like Digital Punk and Radical Redemption for example. This recognition allowed his rise and later the presence in great festivals like Defqon.1, Dreamfields and The Qontinent.
The line-up is already complete, and you can see it below:
AREA #1 > HOUSE/EDM
NERVO // DubVision // Firebeatz // Jay Hardway // Joe Stone // Julian Jordan // Justin Mylo // Lucas & Steve // Mike Williams // Quintino // Sam Feldt // The Him // MC Boogshe
AREA #2 > HARDSTYLE
Adrenalize vs. Devin Wild // B-Front // Bass Modulators // D-Block & S-Te-Fan // Deetox // Frontliner // Phuture Noize LIVE // Proto Bytez // Psyko Punkz // Public Enemies LIVE // Sub Zero Project // TNT aka Technoboy ‘N’ Tuneboy // Zatox // MC Villain
Tickets are on sale starting February 3. For those who have already bought tickets previously, receive a discount, getting the ticket for € 10. For those who buy the ticket in advance the price is € 15, while regular tickets will cost € 19.50.
You can watch the aftermovie from last year in the link below: