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When you think of the world's most iconic music festivals like Tomorrowland, Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), and Mysteryland, you might imagine massive, awe-inspiring stages that seem like permanent fixtures. However, what if we told you that many of these remarkable stages are actually inflatable structures? Inflatable stages have transformed festivals like Tomorrowland, EDC, and Mysteryland, offering portability, creativity, and immersive experiences.

Dutch event producers ID&T have decided to move forward with a summery proceeding against the Dutch government, should they choose to ban summer festivals. In addition to ID&T, 44 other event organising plantiffs oppose the decision to ban non-seated events through to the rest of August. Originally, the Dutch government decided to lift restrictions for all events nearly two weeks ago,

Off the back of the news that the Netherlands has issued the cancellation of all multi-day events with camping until September 1, this has spelled disaster for Mysteryland. Scheduled to take place from August 27-29, Mysteryland has now been postponed once again. Today, the Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte made the sad announcement in regards to festivals which thrown a lot of festivals off

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

The Dutch Prime Minister just announced the Netherlands will be cancelling all events until 1 September 2020. This decision is a result of the current global Coronavirus pandemic, as many nations are discouraging the gathering of large crowds to stop the spread of the virus.  Around the world, sports teams have postponed their playing seasons, television and film production has seized,

The 2020 edition of the Dutch festival Mysteryland is postponed to August 27th-29th 2021, after the release of an official statement from the organizers on their website and social media platforms. This is yet another festival impacted by the crisis around the COVID-19 pandemic. In the past few weeks, other major events have also been postponed to 2021, such as Tomorrowland Belgium,

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,

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

Mysteryland festival has announced its impressive line-up for their 25th edition. The festival which takes place on the former Floriade terrain just outside the city of Amsterdam is set to play host to an unforgettable weekend of music between August 24th and 26th. Organisers ID&T are renowned for delivering highly diverse lineups, full of incredible acts from all of the different electronic

ID&T have finally dropped the official Mysteryland aftermovie featuring two days of fun and madness, all mashed up into 7 minutes of glorious highlights. Headlined by acts such as Deadmau5, Armin van Buuren, Above & Beyond, Carl Cox, Alesso and more, Mysteryland 2017 was definitely one for the books. Like all ID&T events, the lineup was highly diverse, full of incredible acts from all

Mysteryland 2017 came to an emphatic close last weekend when trance-king Armin Van Buuren (who returned from a long-awaited absence) shut down the mainstage. The festival, which has since expanded to the US and Chile, managed to outdo itself yet again with a wild display of art installations, non-DJ performances, and festival grounds attractions. Over 2 glorious days, fans saw artists such as Showtek, Alok, Oliver Heldens,