With only a few months left until 2020, Armin Van Buuren has revealed the theme and initial round of artists for ASOT 950 during ADE Week!
Every week, trance fans all over the world tune into Armin Van Buuren’s A State of Trance radio show. It’s amazing to think that the show has now surpassed over 900 episodes and arriving closer to the 1000th episode. But there is one more milestone edition to attend before hit hits four digits and if you love all things Armada then ASOT 950 is a destination you need to make the trek to.
Already announcing the news that there would be an ASOT 950 pre-party in Amsterdam on February 14 before the main show in Utrecht on February 15, we now have more details as to what’s in store in 2020. During this week’s special ADE edition of A State of Trance, Armin Van Buuren revealed that the upcoming theme for ASOT 950 will be “Let The Music Guide You” while also unveiling the initial artists who will be joining him!
Armin mentioned Giuseppe Ottaviani will be performing on the mainstage for the event with a LIVE performance along with other major names that included Aly & Fila, Andrew Rayel, Jorn van Deynhoven, and Markus Schulz. Bryan Kearney and John O’Callaghan will also be taking the stage to play as KEY4050 for a set you won’t want to miss as well. With so many big names released so far, we can’t wait to hear who else is coming to Utrecht in February.
Tickets went on sale for A State of Trance 950 in Utrecht last month with early bird tickets selling out in less than a few hours and VIP options for the event are now completely sold out. Regular tickets and Weekend Experience passes are still available, with the latter allowing fans to gain access to the special ASOT 950 pre-party in Amsterdam as well.
Plan ahead and don’t miss out on A State of Trance 950 Utrecht next year. Tickets are on sale now via AStateOfTrance.com!
A State of Trance 950 Utrecht – Event Information:
ASOT 950 – Initial Lineup:
- Aly & Fila
- Andrew Rayel
- Armin Van Buuren
- Giuseppe Ottaviani
- Jorn van Deynhoven
- Key4050 (Bryan Kearney and John O’Callaghan)
- Markus Schulz