Tiesto to headline DXBeach in February 2016

Time Out Dubai has information on Tiesto headlining DXBeach in February 2016. Plus details on Skydive Dubai nightlife venue Zero Gravity

Earlier this month we told you that Tiesto was returning to Dubai in 2016, now it has been revealed exactly where the DJ will appear.

The 46-year-old music producer is taking on DXBeach, the festival which saw the likes of Idris Elba and Clean Bandit perform in October this year.

Real name Tijs Michiel Verwest, the Holland-born star is expected to be a huge ticket-seller for the festival taking place at Zero Gravity on February 2016.

The Skydive Dubai nightlife venue is set along the beach with a garden and poolside area in the sights of partygoers as they enjoy the sounds of Tiesto.

His Dubai date interrupts his long-term Las Vegas schedule, but it’s not the only place he’ll be dropping beats in the next few months.

Tiesto will entertain audiences across various cities in the United States plus do shows in Norway and Thailand before then.

The first DXBeach of 2016 will go on for 15 hours, with other performers expected to be announced next month.

DXBeach pulled in more than 5,000 people for both of its 2015 events, and it’s predicted Tiesto’s appearance will sell-out the upcoming date.

The Adagio For Strings hitmaker has been spinning discs for 20 years and has collected accolades for the World’s Best DJ, Best International DJ, Best Electro House and Best Progressive House and a 2015 Grammy Award for his remix of John Legend’s All Of Me.

He was last here in 2013 when he headlined Sunburn Festival in 2013 at Dubai World Trade Centre.

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