A State of Trance 550 world tour: line-up complete!

A State of Trance 550 world tour: line-up complete!

With exactly 2 weeks to go until the celebration of the 550th episode of the A State of Trance radio show kicks off, Armin van Buuren finally announced the remaining line-ups of the events in London, Los Angeles and Miami. Visitors of the ASOT 550 shows won’t be disappointed.

ASOT 550 – London
On Thursday March 1st, the kick-off of the world tour will take place in the globally renowned Ministry of Sound club in London. The event, though the line-up wasn’t announced until now, sold out in no time. The clubbers will be treated to a line-up with legendary DJ’s such as Paul Oakenfold, Solarstone, Lange and Max Graham, as well as new talent Tom Fall. The one and only headliner that night, is of course Armin van Buuren himself.

Line-up March 1st, Ministry of Sound – London, UK
Armin van Buuren
Lange
Max Graham
Paul Oakenfold
Solarstone
Tom Fall

ASOT 550 – Los Angeles
After the ASOT 550 celebrations in London, Belgrade, Moscow and Kiev, A State of Trance 550 strikes down at the Beyond Wonderland festival in Los Angeles, USA. The west coast of USA will enjoy an entire ASOT stage, the so called ‘Queen’s Domain’, with the best of trance DJ’s. In a mind-blowing scenery, DJ’s Aly & Fila, Gareth Emery, Shogun, Arty, John O’Callaghan, Fei-Fei, Sied van Riel and of course Armin van Buuren will be trembling the grounds of the NOS Event Center, for the world to know!    

 

Line-up March 17th, Beyond Wonderland – Los Angeles, US
Aly & Fila
Armin van Buuren
Arty
Fei-Fei
Gareth Emery
John O’Callaghan
Sied van Riel
Shogun

ASOT 550 – Miami
On March 25th, the entire dance scene revolves around Ultra Music Festival. With a special A State of Trance 550 stage, the final day of the festival will be all about celebrating the love of dance music. No less than 11 DJ’s will rock things out at the sold out happening, not only pleasing the Miami trancefamily, but millions of trance lovers from all across the globe through the special live broadcasts!

Line-up March 25th,  Ultra Music Festival – Miami, US
ATB
Armin van Buuren
Cosmic Gate
Dash Berlin
Eco
Ferry Corsten
Gareth Emery
Jochen Miller
Marcus Schössow
Sander van Doorn
Tritonal

 

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