Charlotte de Witte will be the first ever techno female artist to close Tomorrowland Mainstage
Charlotte de Witte Tomorrowland mainstage
Charlotte de Witte, a two-time DJ Mag Alternative Top 100 winner and Belgian techno queen, will close the fabled Mainstage on Saturday, July 30 as the first techno act and the first female DJ ever. On July 30th, the KNTXT label will close as part of the world-renowned festival’s first-ever third and final weekend.
So far in 2022, Charlotte has had another nonstop and game-changing year. She organized a label party at London’s vast Printworks with all of her key label associates in attendance, performed a 10-hour set at an epic and largest-ever KNTXT party in her hometown of Ghent, and hosted an unforgettable KNTXT party in Los Angeles.
The tireless Belgian has also signed a slew of new artists to her label, as well as releasing her own Universal Consciousness EP, which marked another step forward in her signature sound.
Her Apple Music Residency mixes have continued, and her ‘Age of Love‘ remix has reached number one on the charts. As such, Charlotte has a jam-packed schedule this summer that will take her to the world’s most iconic stages, largest festivals and this unmissable Mainstage set at Tomorrowland.
Tomorrowland is widely regarded as the world’s premier electronic music festival, with spectacular production and stage designs to match. Charlotte has been playing the event for 10 years and now her much-anticipated set will once again confirm that she is one of the leading techno artists on the planet, as well as changing the industry for her fellow women forever.
The clock is ticking down to what will be yet another watershed moment in Charlotte de Witte’s already illustrious career.