Shalom Life | January 14, 2015

Electronic Music Fans Flock to Tel Aviv for Huge Festival

Some 20 clubs across the city will host 100 leading DJs from around the world from January 14 to 17; event is expected to attract 20,000 fans

By: Ynet News

Published: January 8th, 2015 in News » Israel

An urban electronic music conference and festival, which will take place in 20 Tel Aviv clubs from January 14 to 17, is expected to attract 20,000 fans and will host 100 leading DJs from Germany, Holland, Sweden and other countries.

The event, Tel Aviv Volume, which is being held for the second time, includes a nighttime festival in Tel Aviv clubs open to the public and a daytime conference for music industry specialists.

Ticket holders can roam from club to club throughout the evenings (and Saturday during the day), enjoying a wide variety of electronic music.

With over 20 venues and more than 100 DJs taking part in this electronic music extravaganza, the nighttime festival is Tel Aviv's biggest electronic music celebration to ever take place at one time.

Guest DJs from Germany, Holland and Sweden will be playing alongside their Israeli hosts.

The daytime conference targets music specialists from all sections of the industry (DJs, producers, labels, sound engineers, club owners, etc) and is aimed at giving delegates valuable tools to develop in the local and global electronic music industry.

Two sessions will be held in English on January 15 on the issue of royalties and female DJ power.

Reprinted with permission from Ynet News

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