TomorrowWorld’s Dim Mak Stage invites you to get rowdy with Dirtyphonics, Jacques Lu Cont, Deorro, and more1150395 618702474829977 995557579 N

TomorrowWorld’s Dim Mak Stage invites you to get rowdy with Dirtyphonics, Jacques Lu Cont, Deorro, and more

The Dim Mak label is poised and ready to set the hills of Chattahoochee alight with their own stage on Friday, September 27th at TomorrowWorld. Head honcho of the label and Tomorrowland veteran Steve Aoki will be in attendance, bringing with him a few incredibly talented friends (and probably some cakes) to party from early afternoon into night. To feel some heavy, dirty beats between your anthems, this is the place to be. While deciding which Dim Mak signee to get down to, don’t forget to check out our interview with Botnek, who will be smashing the stage as well.

While the mighty onslaught of the Dim Mak Stage already includes names such as Borgore, Clockwork, and Steve Aoki, there are a few other artists you definitely won’t want to miss.


As a producer, Deorro has been on fire lately, producing massive tracks such as “Yee,” which has been supported heavily by Hardwell, TJR, and Deniz Koyu. We guarantee a feel-good time with the U.S. native, whose other tunes (“Lose It,” for example) are also being circulated at an insane rate. If you want to hear some super bouncy, heavy party music, make sure you’re in attendance with the rest of the Panda Family at 4pm (16:00).

Jacques Lu Cont

The man of many names (Tracques, The Thin White Duke, Les Rythmes Digitales, to name a few) is going to be a great change of pace from massive main stage drops. Don’t be fooled, he has produced some gargantuan tracks and remixes such as “Click Track,” supported by A-Trak at Electric Zoo, and “Church,” backed by Annie Mac and Pete Tong numerous times. The British Grammy-winning producer will take his turn on the decks and bring some seriously funky techno with him at 6pm (18:00). Check out his remix of Boys Noize‘s “Ich R U.”


Want to get absolutely dirty? Look no further than the French champions Dirtyphonics, who are set to bring some monstrous bass music to Chattahoochee Hills. Historically, their sets are multi-genre, encompassing everything from electro house, to drum and bass, to dubstep. Their masterfully frantic mixing style, coupled with their bonkers energy on stage, will be nothing short of an awesome TomorrowWorld experience. If you can handle the heat, be at the Dim Mak Stage come 11pm (23:00).

Full Dim Mak Stage Lineup

Dan Sena
Sound of Stereo
Yolanda Be Cool
Angger Dimas
Joachim Garraud
Steve Aoki
Jacques Lu Cont

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