Tomorrowland has locked the first wave of artists for its 2018 festivals, which are set to run across two weekends. Ben Klock b2b Marcel Dettmann, Sven Väth and Charlotte de Witte are all on the techno-heavy line-up, which also features Claptone, Solomun, Kölsch, Rampa and &me. Weekend one of Tomorrowland is set to run from Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd July, whilst weekend two takes place from Friday 27th to Sunday 29th July.
Tomorrowland has locked in Hardwell to perform at the festival for the first time since 2015. The Dutchman is on the first wave of artists for Tomorrowland 2018, which also includes Armin van Buuren, Rezz and RL Grime. The festival also features a techno-heavy line-up, with Ben Klock b2b Marcel Dettmann, Charlotte de Witte and Sven Väth all on the bill.
Deadmau5 caught wind of the release of Hardwell’s new scent over the weekend, which spurred the mau5trap boss to bottle some of his toilet water and sell it for $50. Dubbing his own product the Au De Toilet, Deadmau5 auctioned off the item in a Twitch live stream with the money going to the Extra Life charity. The bottle of toilet water took less a than a minute to sell. “See Hardwell? I can push this shit too,” Deadmau5 said during the stream.
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