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Legend-eerie lineup for Timewarp NYC

After their 25YRS celebration in Mannheim, Timewarp is expanding the festivities by returning to New York City for another edition of Time Warp US! The iconic techno festival returns to New York and they’re bringing Ricardo Villalobos back for an incredibly rare and coveted US appearance.

Set to take place November 22 and 23 at the New York Expo Center in the Bronx with NYC promoters Teksupport, the event will mark the third time Time Warp has taken place in the United States and the first time in five years.

For this very special occasion they will be bringing some of the dearest Time Warp family members with them, along with some fresh and exciting new faces. The first day of Time Warp NYC will feature Amelie Lens, Enzo Siragusa, Joseph Capriati, Mind Against, Pan-Pot, Richie Hawtin, Reinier Zonneveld (live), Sonja Moonear and, making his first US appearance since Time Warp NYC in 2015, the one and only Ricardo Villalobos.

The event’s second round on Saturday, November 23, will see performances from Avision, Denis Sulta, Loco Dice, Maceo Plex, Mīnk, Nina Kraviz, Palms Trax, Peggy Gou and Sven Väth.  Get ready to lose yourself in sound and visuals for two unforgettable nights.

Don’t miss out on this unique experience where music, dance and technology collide for a celebration right out of the heart of the underground of electronic music.

 

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Till our next blogpost, have fun!

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