DGTL USA debut: New York and Los Angeles

Featuring WhoMadeWho, Henrik Schwarz, Mano Le Tough, and more.

Photo credit: DGTL – Official

DGTL has announced the lineup for its highly anticipated debut events in the United States. The events will take place in New York City on December 1st and Los Angeles on December 2nd, in collaboration with event collectives Teksupport and Stranger Than.

The US editions of DGTL will feature a diverse lineup of internationally renowned artists. Highlights include the new live show concept by the Danish trio WhoMadeWho, which incorporates an inflatable sphere for visual effects. German composer Henrik Schwarz will also perform, blending classical and jazz elements. Schwarz will be joined by Mano Le Tough, the head of the Maeve label, for a special set. Other artists on the lineup include Shubostar from South Korea, Parallele from the Netherlands, and AMÉMÉ, a pioneer of amapiano. In New York City, AMÉMÉ will team up with Swedish techno powerhouse Ida Engberg for a back-to-back session.

DGTL is committed to sustainability and is one of the world’s first sustainable music festivals. The organization actively works to reduce its carbon footprint by offering plant-based food options, implementing extensive recycling programs, and eliminating single-use plastics and residual waste.

Since its establishment in 2013, DGTL has been a pioneer in creating cutting-edge electronic events with innovative stage design and production. Known for its diverse and inclusive dance floors, the brand has expanded globally, hosting events in cities such as Barcelona, Madrid, Tel Aviv, Bengaluru, Mumbai, New Delhi, Santiago, São Paulo, Guadalajara, and now, the USA.

Grab your tickets for New York here, and Los Angeles here.

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