Line upZomerkamp heeft met drie stages voor iedereen wat te bieden. Zo is er het "Kampvuur" (partystage), de "Backpack-stage" (Deephouse/Techno) en de "Speelplaats" (Student Sounds).
Wij zorgen er voor dat jij samen met je vrienden en vriendinnen een topdag gaat beleven in Tilburg!
22.00u - 23.00u
Feest. DJ. Ruud. Een man die zijn naam waar maakt, ongeacht op welk podium hij staat. Door het hele land laat hij een spoor achter van polonaises, opblaasdieren, crowdsurfs, rubberen bootjes, sitdowns, feesthoedjes, flugel en champagne. Als een wandelende mash-up tussen fout en goud roept hij mooie herinneringen op met je favoriete classics uit het verleden, laat hij je meezingen en -springen op de hits van vandaag en introduceert hij je alvast aan de helden van de toekomst. Van de smoothest R&B, Swingbeat en Hiphop via wat Happy Hardcore en Bubbling naar wat harde Dubstep bangers en weer terug via sexy House naar Moombathon en Electro? Why not!
Hij was het hoogtepunt van het Solar Weekend Festival 2011 nadat de Vage Gasten hem uit hadden genodigd samen met zijn host Mr. Simpson. Vanaf de eerste seconde was het de gezelligste chaos die Nederland ooit heeft mogen zien en dat hebben ze keer op keer opnieuw voor elkaar gekregen op festivals Mysteryland, Valtifest en de Masters of Red Bull. Inmiddels is ook geen enkele club meer veilig voor de aanstekelijke energie van FeestDJRuud en begint hij langzaam maar zeker een onmisbare legende te worden die het uitgaansleven weer terug brengt naar wat het hoort te zijn: FEEST!
Met zijn eerste hit “Gas op die lollie” laat hij zien dat het allemaal niet zo moeilijk hoeft te zijn, maar ook zeker niet te makkelijk en heeft hij inmiddels al je vriendinnen laten schuren alsof hun leven er vanaf hing. FeestDJRruud is werkelijk de enige in zijn soort.
Believe the hype, join the movement!
20.00u - 22.00u
David Ghetto! Huh… Het is toch David Guett……. Nee!
David Ghetto, afkomstig uit Venlo (ook wel Ventjeloco genoemd) draait al wat jaartjes mee.
Vanaf zijn 13de levensjaar is hij al vaste gast in Sounds, de beste platenzaak van Nederland.
Ongewoon voor zijn leeftijd had hij een passie voor vinyl en vooral zwarte muziek.
Van Detroit techno tot 60's Soul, alles bleef aan zijn koopgrage handjes plakken.
Na wat oefenen kreeg David Ghetto de kans om onder de vlag van Club55 en Funky Orange zijn zwarte muziek te draaien in poppodium Perron55.
Sindsdien is hij niet meer weg te denken als dragende kracht en DJ voor verschillende toffe concepten in zijn geboortestad.
Tijdens een van deze concept avonden kwam David Ghetto in contact met Feestdjruud. Ook afkomstig uit Ventjeloco.
Dezelfde passie voor zwarte muziek deed hun besluiten Ventjeloco's sfeervolste hiphopfeestje 'Vresh' te beginnen.
Na 4 jaar krazieness, veel drank en nog meer r&b/hiphop had David Ghetto een uitgebreide platenkeuze.
Solar Weekend Festival, Nope is Dope, Jimmy Whoo, conceptavonden als SFFEERVOL en Habbekrats in de Bitterzoet, Rauw en Lauw, de vele avonden van Slecht. in Rotterdam, Bang Bang Club en vele andere feestjes gingen al lekker op David Ghetto.
Zelfs de boys van Yellow Claw schuren als een tanga op de man!
Niet voor niets draait David Ghetto als vaste opwarmer tijdens hun concept avonden in Kerkplein, Breda en Bermuda, Eindje.
HipHop, R&B, Dancehall, UK zijn de absolute paradepaardjes. Daarnaast gaat ie nowadays ook lekker op een stukje moombahton.
Stay on front!
Feest DJ Jeroen
17.30u - 20.00u
16.00u - 17.30u
15.00u - 16.00u
13.30u - 15.00u
Puinhoop Kollektiv, tot leven gekomen op Café de Puinhoop. Puinhoop Kollektiv is toch een net andere feest act, bestaande uit 2 katten en een slager. Ze draaien een mix van alles wat los en vast zit en komen met feest attributen die totaal niet in een club of op een festival thuishoren. Laten je inzien dat een serieuze knalplatenkeuze best gecombineerd kan worden met de polonaise. Dit bracht ze afgelopen jaar onder andere op Solar, 7th Sunday, Wish, Paaspop, Weekend Magnifiek, Zo. Festival, Defqon.1, Paard van Troje en Paperclip Festival.
Bloed, Zweet Paarden in je Gang!
11.00u - 12.00u
Berend Bormans trapt het Kampvuur stage af. Een thuiswedstrijd voor de 20 jarige student uit Tilburg. Hij zal het mooie weer voorzien van een soundtrack van rustige en dansbare deep en tech house.
21.00u - 23.00u
Man With No Shadow
19.30u - 21.00u
De Sluwe Vos
17.30u - 19.30u
A rare bread: new kids on the block with support from DJ Sneak, Jordan Peak and Shlomi Aber. De Sluwe Vos (roughly translated: ‘The Sly Fox’) got attention from these big boys, after releasing some next level tracks in 2012. "I always try to make music that is ready for the floor. Call it a blend of techno and house, if you like,” De Sluwe Vos states. “But putting tags on music doesn't bring me any satisfaction.” Mixing styles into a sound you haven't heard before, is what he does best. It has to be original, so why settle for less? High energy and quick mixes are De Sluwe Vos’ trademark when behind the decks. Crowds are to be rocked – whether at Welcome To The Future festival, Amsterdam or The Garage, Leeds. This approach is bringing our young and upcoming talent to more and more venues across the world. With a residency at Amsterdam’s renowned Melkweg venue as a home base, he is aiming for more. Most recently, a monthly appearance in the UK is the latest step in conquering the world. Moreover, strong hooks and fat drums being his specialty, De Sluwe Vos is now releasing on imprints like Slapfunk, Extended play, Local Talk, Pura Music and Albion. Expect even more in the near future! His side project Raw Equipment (together with MVDL) is another focal point. The ultimate goal remains to achieve a state of bliss together with the crowd; a state in which all worries evaporate and the music simply takes over.
13.30u - 15.00u
12.00u - 13.30u
De Hofnar, an alias for Jeroen Maas, has started producing electronic music in his early childhood. When he was first confronted with the combination of electronic sounds with classic elements he knew where his future lay. The instrumental aspect provoked him to give his own twist to the contemporary house music. Creative productions in which melodic house and deep house are brought together and classical instruments play an important role are the result. This combination doesn’t only result in unique productions, but also in unique melodic DJ sets which have a lot of depth and provide a unique experience. With his motto, he always manages to give his audience what they deserve:
“YOU ARE THE KINGS, I’M JUST HERE TO ENTERTAIN YOU”
In 2013, his debut single “Oxas“, in collaboration with Gamper & Dadoni , was released by MGM Records (DU) , shortly thereafter followed his first official EP “Zonnestraal” released by Crosswalk (FR). With these numbers and the famous remixes of Same Love (Macklemore) and All of Me (John Legend) De Hofnarquickly made a name in the deep house scene and he is supported by Tiësto, Klingande and Robin Schulz. At the present he is working on various projects and collaborations including Möwe, Dennis Kruissen and Vario Vollinski. Which indicates even more captivating productions in the near future.
21.30u - 23.00u
A college drop out turned standard setting beacon to 21st century club music, Jordy Dazz has conquered a long and winding road enroute to his global accession. Championed by Tiesto and Hardwell alike and enjoying a significant surge of enthusiasm throughout club land, his rigorous story of passion, persistence and organic nature have made him an unlikely success story to bless the modern Dance overhaul.
Fuelled by an outright infatuation for music and his early aspirations as a drummer, it quickly became apparent that college could not cater for his overarching ambitions. Opting for an early career in one of Holland’s few independent vinyl record stores over the realms of orthodox education, Jordy would master his craft through day-to-day analysis of the progressions and trends in Electronic music – an asset which would see the hopeful artist shift and recommend vinyl records to current peers and then regular customers such as Sander Van Doorn, Fedde Le Grand and Marco V.
But for a man who donned his first DJ set at the tender age of 15, Jordy’s approach to live dance music has proven just as testing as the road by which he entered. Now heralding more than a decade behind the decks, his journey from the shop floor to the global clubbing circuit has not been without its trials. A DJ for the greater part of life enlisted to cater to a versatile collection of styles over the years, his early years have served him considerably well. Reigning in sets at Privilege Ibiza and Holland’s Heineken Music Hall alongside Tiesto alongside some of the finest nightspots across Europe and Canada, Jordy has encompassed an old school dexterity for the new age masses that now call upon his skills behind the decks.
That style, character and break neck energy has not gone wasted within his personal reign upon the club floor and digital market alike. Championed by Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings imprint and Bingo Player’s Hysteria label, such explosive releases as ‘OMG’, collaborative favorite ‘Fuego’ with DANNIC, Beatport top 10 ‘Claymore’ and ‘Drum Fail’ alongside Mightyfools continue to muster considerable belief across the globe in his unique yet coherent fusion of rhythmic Electro and peak time House music.
Collecting those razor sharp production values and organic mixing skills further within his own Dope and Dirty podcast series, one has to wonder if there is any aspiration to audacious for an artist who continues to profit from his infatuation with Dance music. A self made maestro on all accounts with the considerable benefit of some heavyweight industry support along the way, the road ahead looks evermore open for Jordy Dazz and his vision for Peak time perfection outside of the universal comfort zone.
20.00u - 21.30u
2014 is D-wayne’s year! It will see lots of his own productions, remixes of his musical heroes and up and coming stars, projects with various artists, and a slew of gigs at festivals and clubs both at home and abroad.
And, of course, a world tour with Afrojack.
Dwayne Megens was born in the Dutch city of Eindhoven in 1994. He was named after Wayne Rainey, the famous American Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. D-wayne’s parents weren’t real motorsport fans – they just loved the sound of his name. That’s what D-wayne loves as well – things that sound beautiful. Together with his father he would listen to the radio, from the classic rock of Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple to the electronic wizardry of Kraftwerk. D-wayne absorbed it all and taught himself more, spurning formal music training.
D-wayne started DJ’ing at school parties and from there, he progressed to playing in local clubs.
Much as D-wayne loves the records of stars such as Tiësto, Laidback Luke or Axwell he wanted more. “I thought, wouldn’t it be much better to create dance floor euphoria by playing my own stuff? So I did what many producers have done and downloaded Fruity Loops. I soon got the hang of it. Motorcycle’s track, As The Rush Comes, was a huge inspiration, it keeps you spellbound from beginning to end. That is what I want my own productions to be – riveting and constantly surprising.”
D-wayne sent Afrojack one of his first tracks. “He responded after a while, saying he didn’t only like it very much but wanted to release it as well!” The list of D–wayne productions has now grown considerably; Punk’d and Eponym on Aoki’s Dim Mak label, Kampala and Neon on Nervous, Ammo, Gravity and Crackle on Wall Recordings. Additionally, there are remixes for R3hab, Natali Yura, Enrique Iglesias, Jennifer Lopez and Afrojack. Now DJ’s such as Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, Nicky Romero, David Guetta and Gabriel & Dresden play his records. D-wayne also produced a remix of a Gabriel & Dresden track. Together the three of them produced the track Shatter. With this things came full circle – for it was Gabriel & Dresden behind the Motorcycle pseudonym. They produced As the Rush Comes, the record that inspired D-Wayne to start making his own music.
D-wayne cares deeply about his music. “Just like a film director chooses images, each with their own meaning, I carefully select all the elements of my music. I want to tell a story. Africa, one of my most recent tracks, is inspired by the people of Africa. Even when misery seems insurmountable, they draw strength from their music.
I want to project that strength in my music.” Signs of that strength are evident when D-wayne is playing records at festivals such as 7th Sunday and Tomorrowland, in clubs in the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, and Portugal, in The Mansion in Miami, in Hakkasan Las Vegas.
“I want to produce that one record that will make everyone in the club or at the festival say: that was the absolut high point of the night
Kill the Buzz
18.30u - 20.00u
Starting in 2012 this talented Breda based producer became an artist on
the rise under the name Kill The Buzz. Kill The Buzz's sound consists of
a big-room sound and a cutting edge drop to make club dance-floors
shake on their grounds.
Earlier in 2012 Kill The Buzz signed his publishing deal with Cloud9, giving him the opportunity to expand his sound all over the world. With a buzzer of a track, ending on the #1 spot in the EDM Buzz Chart in the final week before it's release, Kill The Buzz entered the EDM Scene with "Party Hard" released on Hardwell's label Revealed Recordings begin oktober 2012. The Track was premiered during Hardwell's Tomorrowland show 2012 and got major attention in the dance scene. With early support from fellow Revealed Recordings artist Dannic & JordyDazz and later on Quintino, David Guetta, Benny Benassi, Sander van Doorn, Swanky Tunes and others, the path is cleared for Kill The Buzz to become a major in the scene.
2013, starting off with a remix for Daleri on Trice Recordings as a request from Armada Music, is set to be the year to more popularity on an already fast growing fan-base. With a 2nd release on Revealed Recordings presents Miami 2013 called "Bouncy Betty" and a an upcomming release on WoohaRecords, Kill The Buzz is ready to leave his mark in the world of EDM.
With early support from fellow Revealed Recordings artist Dannic & JordyDazz and later on Quintino, David Guetta, Benny Benassi, Sander van Doorn, Swanky Tunes and others, the path is cleared for Kill The Buzz to become a major in the scene.
17.00u - 18.30u
With a full schedule at leading venues and festivals, collaborations with renowned organizations, gigs in over 15 countries, features on leading blogs and support from the biggest names in the scene, the talented and dedicated dj/producer brothers from Amsterdam aka PURESANG have proven to make every crowd explode!
Born and raised in an artistic family, it wasn’t a surprise that Pablo and NielsLucker started contributing to the world in a creative matter. During their education at the most influential design school in the world, Design Acadamy Eindhoven, their passion for music and performing arts grew stronger. They found a way to combine Art and Music into a lifestyle to which both brothers fully committed to. “As our name PURESANG states, we do everything with complete dedication” -PURESANG
Their career took off when notorious organizations such as Extrema, Par-T, World Finest Clubs, WMC, Ministry of Sound, ADE, Nikki Beach, recognized the unique chemistry of these brothers in the booth and their ability to entertain any crowd. After playing the main stages of leading festivals Solar, Laundry Day, 7th Sunday, Matrixx at the Park and Paaspop to name a few their reputation swiftly spread which resulted in a full schedule in the Netherlands, also known as the most saturated and critic DJ market in the world. Awarded venues such as Escape, Bermuda, MIXX, Brothers, Club Noa, praise Puresang for their energetic performance, appearance and ability to always deliver a unique experience for their guests.
Sharing the stages with many Dutch and international reputable djs for instance Hardwell, R3hab, Nervo, Shermanology, Sidney Samson, it didn’t take long for the brothers to get noticed by Holland’s neighboring countries Germany and Belgium. After the leading venues Carre, NUNU Club, Versuz, AER club among many started booking Puresang frequently the brothers have travelled and performed all over the world, selling out venues in the USA, Switzerland, Poland, Belgium, Caribbean, Germany, Spain and so on.
Once their track ‘Moonbird’ leaked out, it became the first track that hit the DMC buzz chart before even being signed. After its official release ‘Moonbird’ was highlighted on the leading blogs danceastronaut.com and beatmyday.com. Immediately the boys received the props of heavy-weights in the dance scene such as Benny Benassi, Dada life, Zedd, John Dahlback and Steve Aoki. There are some killer remixes and collaborations in the works for Puresang in the following months. For those still waiting to discover PURESANG, be quick. Nobody knows where the future will bring them, but their success last year gives a clear direction.
15.30u - 17.00u