Closing date: 19 Jul 2010
We've got a pair of tickets to Tiesto in Victoria Park to give away.
Tiësto is set to return to London’s Victoria Park on 30th July following last year’s spectacular outdoor live event which attracted more than 25,000 of the UK’s biggest clubbers and Virtual Festivals have got hold of a pair of tickets to give you and a friend the chance to experience the most exciting live show of the season.
This summer will see the world’s premiere DJ bring his extravagant, off the wall production from his Kaleidoscope world tour to the heart of London as well as invite arguably the world’s most exciting live dance act Pendulum, who recently celebrated a chart topping No.1 album, as very special guests on the main stage. Also appearing on the main stage this summer will be fast-rising electronic act The Japanese Popstars and, fresh from warming up the crowds on the Kaleidoscope word tour, hotly tipped Avicii.
And it doesn’t stop there - Tiësto also brings with him a storming line-up of DJ’s from around the globe with three arenas hosted by some of the UK’s finest and most established names in dance music: Mixmag & Don’t Stay In, House Rules and Future Disco. Special guest Eddie Halliwell will headline the Mixmag & Don’t Stay In arena with a colossal line up including South Central, Tom Staar, Stereo:Type, Bamma! Blamma!, Union DJs, I Am One and Jason Marx. London’s freshest club night House Rules host Gareth Wyn (Cream), David Griffiths, Haran De Lucas, Rob & Dave Marchant and Phil Marriott (Gaydar/Onyx), while international club promoters Future Disco bring their unique blend of colourful disco to the proceedings with the legendary Greg Wilson alongside Ray Mang, Sean Brosnan, Dom Chung, Matty J and Ben Terry.
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