Illenium

Illenium to make his debut in France at E-Wax festival


American future bass producer Illenium will be making his debut in France. The artist, who isn’t a frequent Europe visitor, normally tours around USA and Canada. However, this year has started slightly differently for him. After his latest releases like ‘Crushing‘ or his massive remix for Halsey’s ‘Without Me‘, Illenium will be making the trip all the way to Oceania to play the two new editions of Ultra Australia in Melbourne and Sydney, also playing two more shows in Canada and a show in Mexico, China and France.

In this regard, Illenium will make his first and (at the moment) only planned show in Europe of 2019 at the E-Wax Festival. Located in the astonishing French Alp region of Valmorel, in the heart of Savoie, the festival will take place on 12th-14th April in its ski resort, representing a perfect alternative for Tomorrowland Winter. Illenium will be playing in the future house/bass/tech arena located on the ski slopes, where other big names like KSHMR, Valentino Khan, and Oliver Heldens will be performing too.

This stage along with 5 more stages will run from 4 pm to 1 am, while 7 others will run from 1 am to 4 am afterwards. The tickets for the event are as cheap as €169/person for a 3-day festival pass, accommodation for 4 people and a pedestrian pass to allow non-skiers festival-goers to reach the slope stages, although there are also more premium options including ski pass, 7 days stay at a luxury accommodation plus VIP at the Club Med.

Overall, witnessing how Illenium takes over the stage in an idyllic mountainous and snowy destination at, maybe, his only Europe show of the year, could absolutely be one of the highlights of 2019. In case you don’t want to miss it, make sure to secure your ticket here.





Born and raised in Barcelona (Spain), Pol's passion for dance music has brought him to London (UK), where he combines his role at We Rave You with his job as Account Manager at Festicket. Favourite genres: Emotional progressive house, future bass and electro pop.

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