Tiësto & Full supporting line-up
FRIDAY 28th June 2019
ORMEAU PARK, BELFAST
GATES 6PM | 16+ ID REQUIRED
SUBJECT TO LICENCE
Tickets priced £30+ booking fee, go on sale this Friday November 30th @ 10am from Ticketmaster outlets and www.ticketmaster.ie
Following two huge Belfast SOLD OUT shows at Belsonic and Belfast Vital the world’s biggest dance act Tiësto is pleased to announce a return to Belfast with a headline show at Belsonic on Friday 28th June 2019. Revered for his live shows as well as for his production and remix work, he is a globally celebrated DJ that has been named The Greatest DJ of All Time by Mixmag and the #1 DJ by Rolling Stone.
His 2014 album, A Town Called Paradise, yielded Tiësto his first platinum single in the United States with Wasted [featuring Matthew Koma] and his first gold single Red Lights.
In 2015, Tiësto was awarded a Grammy in the Best Remixed Recording; Non Classical category for his remix of John Legend’s All Of Me. This was Tiësto’s first Grammy® Award and second Grammy nomination.
Tickets, priced £30 + Booking Fee, go on-sale Friday 30th November @ 10am from Ticketmaster Outlets nationwide.
Tiësto is a name that no longer needs an introduction. He is synonymous with the best of electronic music, and continues to inspire a generation of up-and-coming young artists.
In addition to two Grammy nominations and a Grammy win in 2015, Tiësto has been named the #1 DJ by Rolling Stone, voted “The Greatest DJ of All Time” by Mixmag, ranked the #1 DJ in the world three times by DJ Mag, and was recently awarded the Edison Pop Oeuvre Lifetime Achievement Award (an honor he shares with David Bowie, Quincy Jones and U2 among others).
After conquering the house and trance worlds, the superstar producer led the charge in helping electronic music crossover into the mainstream with his last album, A Town Called Paradise in 2014. His single “Red Lights” is now certified gold in the US, Sweden and Canada, while “Wasted” with Matthew Koma recently went platinum in the US and is his highest-charting release to date. Clearly a taste of what was to come, Tiësto has recently dropped new tunes with the The Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix, and pop sensation Natalie La Rose.
Collaborations are nothing new for Tiësto, who believes in passing along his success by working with well-known names like Martin Garrix and Oliver Heldens, to name a few. For years now, he has helped up-and-coming acts in the electronic world find their way with his record label, Musical Freedom. In 2016, he launched his second label, AFTR:HRS, to showcase the deeper side of house music that he personally enjoys in his moments of downtime. Aside from his labels, he also took part in 7Up’s DJing competition “Your Shot,” a competition for aspiring DJ’s to learn the craft and perform alongside Tiësto in Las Vegas.
At this point in his career, Tiësto has toured the world countless times, and recently topped a travel report as the world’s most-travelled musicians of all time. He’s performed for millions at Ultra, Coachella, Tomorrowland, TomorrowWorld and Electric Daisy Carnival, in addition to the innumerable clubs that he headlines. He’s one of the marquee DJs in the world with a headline residency in Las Vegas, where he plays at Hakkasan and Wet Republic at the MGM Grand.
In spite of his hectic tour schedule, residency, and focus on creating new music, Tiësto hasn’t forgotten his roots. As a champion of the DJ mix for decades, his ClubLife compilations have become a staple in the dance world as has his Sirius XM channel of the same name. In addition, his weekly ClubLife radio show is broadcast on 350 stations in 77 countries and has over 42 million weekly listeners. In October 2016, Tiësto celebrated the landmark 500th episode with his sold-out ClubLife 500 show in Amsterdam.
Tiësto also remains an expert remixer to the biggest names in music, reworking smash hits for the likes of Beyoncé, Coldplay, Kanye West, Sam Smith, Ellie Goulding, David Guetta, Major Lazer, Calvin Harris, and many more. In 2015, he won his first Grammy Award for his massively popular remix of John Legend’s “All Of Me.”
Tiësto has successfully transitioned his influence and savvy to industries beyond music, acting as an advisor to tech startups like Splice, Dubset and Doppler and signing on as an early partner with YouTube Live. Through current collaborations with T-Mobile and Budweiser, and efforts in the fashion space with his recently launched pop-up shop series, the DJ is bringing dance music culture to more people than ever before.
Throughout the past two decades, Tiësto has remained not only one of the world’s most prolific and enduring artists, but one of music’s top innovators. In spite of his accomplishments, Tiësto does not see his work as being done. “DJing is my life,” the man isn’t afraid to admit. But more than that, “It’s a lifestyle.”