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The renowned dance festival will plant its flag in the country with a bicoastal weekend taking place later this year
By Lisa Henderson on 23 Oct 2023
Dutch dance festival DGTL will make its US debut this December with back-to-back editions in Los Angeles and New York City.
The bicoastal instalment will launch on 1 December at Brooklyn Navy Yard, a shipyard and industrial complex in NYC.
Danish trio WhoMadeWho, techno titan Ida Engberg, amapiano artist AMÉMÉ, German deep house producer Henrik Schwarz, Irish mainstay Mano Le Tough and South Korean producer Shubostar appear on the lineup.
The next day, a similar version of the festival will take place in LA at Exposition Park, a 160-acre urban park in the south region of the city.
DGTL has launched in Barcelona, Madrid, Tel Aviv, Bengaluru, Mumbai, New Delhi, Santiago, São Paulo and Guadalajara
The LA bill also features WhoMadeWho, Mano Le Tough, Henrik Schwarz and Shubostar, along with French duo Parallelle.
Originating in Amsterdam, DGTL has spawned events in Barcelona, Madrid, Tel Aviv, Bengaluru, Mumbai, New Delhi, Santiago, São Paulo and Guadalajara.
Since its launch in the Netherlands in 2013, the dance festival has become renowned for its stage designs and sustainability initiatives.
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