Headhunterz, Dannic and Tomorrowland’s famed Smash The House are heading to the upcoming edition of UNITE With Tomorrowland Taiwan.

Dutch DJs Willem Rebergen, best known as Headhunterz, and Dannic are the first names revealed among the handful of international and regional acts performing on Saturday, July 28 at Dajia Riverside Park, Taipei.

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For the first time ever, Tomorrowland is sending over one of its stage hosts to its UNITE offshoot: Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s Smash The House will make its Taiwan debut with a special B2B set, featuring two or more DJs performing together “back-to-back”. As to who will be taking turns at the decks, stay tuned for updates.

UNITE With Tomorrowland Taiwan 2018 will take place concurrently with six other UNITE events around the world – in the UAE, Lebanon, Mexico, Spain, Italy and Malta.

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Each location will be linked to one another and Tomorrowland via a live broadcast of selected headlining performances of the Belgian festival’s Main Stage, while getting its own unique lineup playing before the livestream.

Tickets to UNITE With Tomorrowland Taiwan 2018 are on sale via Funnow, priced at TWD2,600 for General Admission and TWD4,800 for VIP. A group package for six is also available for TWD14,400.


Update (May 10): The festival has revealed four more international acts performing this July.

These are Danish tropical producer Martin Jensen and Dutch progressive house wunderkind Julian Jordan. Two – of three – Smash The House B2B set performers are revealed to be big room duos MAD M.A.C and D’Angello & Francis.

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