With the continuity of the COVID-19 pandemic, companies across the entertainment industry are suffering significant losses. This time, ID&T has announced that they will be cutting 40% of its workforce. Previously working with Tomorrowland, ID&T is now facing the toughest decision amidst a pandemic. Producing events such as Awakenings, Defqon1, Mysteryland, and Sensation, ID&T will have to resort to the last option
Major promoter, ID&T, have just successfully completed the first edition of their brand new events concept 'Tijdloos' over in Erm, Drenthe. After accepting the news that their regular festivals were not to go ahead this year, ID&T had drawn up a new 'chill-out' events and camping concept 'Tijdloos' for families and friends to enjoy. All within the confines and safety of the
ID&T, one of the biggest electronic music promoters in the world and Made Event, the New York-based company that stands behind Electric Zoo, have just announced that they will be partnering up, focusing on expanding their events worldwide, while making them bigger and better. Dutch company ID&T which was founded back in the early 1990's has a pretty impressive resume,
Sensation in Amsterdam, an indoor festival created by ID&T, the same organizers that are behind Tomorrowland as well saw its first edition in 2000. After the announcement that the last edition will be held in 2017, it was clear that an era has come to an end and people travelled from across every corner of the world to say farewell.
Mysteryland Festival is one of the biggest and oldest electronic dance music festivals in the world and this past weekend organizers ID&T celebrated the festival's 25th anniversary with a ton of surprises and a massive line-up. Mysteryland, which takes place at Haarlemmermeer (near Amsterdam), managed to sell out again both Saturday and Sunday, attracting 130.000 visitors from over 100 countries
The world of dance music was in shock last year, when Sensation organizers ID&T announced that the summer of 2017 would see the final edition of Sensation in Amsterdam entitled: Sensation - The Final. The very first Sensation was held back in 2000 in the Amsterdam ArenA and a year later the dresscode white was introduced. From that moment on,
2017 has been a great year for trance music, and even though the genre has endured lots of criticism throughout the years, especially when big room and commercial started to take over, trance is still very much alive today. Armin van Buuren's 'A State Of Trance' radio show (and ASOT festival) are bigger than ever and the Trance Energy brand is
Tomorrowland, a place which many consider heaven on earth and a musical sanctuary, home to different cultures and people all connected through the universal language of music, a place of unity and respect. Last year the festival located in Boom, Belgium celebrated it’s 10th edition and hosted two separate weekends of pure madness and happiness, and over 360,000 people attended the