TomorrowWorld live blogging — WATCH THIS SPACE!

Yesterday is history. Today is a gift. Tomorrow is a mystery.

Yes­ter­day is his­tory. Today is a gift. Tomor­row is a mystery.


Since Tomor­row­Land was such an amaz­ing blur, I thought I’d do some­thing dif­fer­ent and blog my expe­ri­ence from the first ever Tomor­row­World in Chat­ta­hoochee Hills, Geor­gia. My first visit to Atlanta, and my first solo festival.

Three days of mad­ness ahead, will try to update as often as I can.

I apol­o­gize in advance for pos­si­ble posts like

oh my god i love every­one here and every­one is so amaz­ing and i’ve met so many great peo­ple and i’ve man­aged to avoid the main­stage all day but here I am with Afro­jack can you seeeee meeeee??????”

*just kid­ding, you know I won’t get onstage with Afro­jack. It’ll be Armin Van Buuren.

Wish me luck!

Bon Voyage, FLY BerMuDa

Want to hear what I’m lis­ten­ing to as I write this? Magda at FLY BerMuDa 2012


Got a dis­heart­en­ing newslet­ter from the pro­mot­ers of Berlin Music Days, a cel­e­bra­tion of that city’s vibrant, under­ground music scene held the first week of Novem­ber, with the announce­ment that its big fes­ti­val FLY BerMuDa, isn’t hap­pen­ing this year. In recent years, in addi­tion to club par­ties and tech­ni­cal sem­i­nars, the week was anchored at the end by FLY BerMuDa, held at the now-defunct Air­port Tem­pel­hof.  From what I can gather, the pro­mot­ers felt it was bet­ter to go back to what Berlin does best, focus­ing on label show­cases and club nights. So while you can likely still see all the major techno labels play in Berlin that week­end, there won’t be one mas­sive party where you can see them all at once.

FLY BerMuDa is one of the entries I’d already writ­ten for the book I’m writ­ing (yes, I’m writ­ing a book) — part techno fes­ti­val guide­book, part techno adven­ture chron­i­cles. And as this fes­ti­val is no longer hap­pen­ing, I may as well put this entry some­where. Guess this means I’m going to I LOVE TECHNO instead?

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