Festival season is getting closer, and Canada’s AIM Electronic Music Festival is where you should be at this summer. Returning for its fourth installment the festival will take place on July 6, 7 & 8, 2018 on the gorgeous luscious grounds of Parc Carillon in Saint-André- d’Argenteuil, Quebec. There are 5 reasons why you should be attending this year’s AIM Electronic Music Festival.
First reason, it’s a camping festival. AIM offers the ultimate camping experience attendees can soak themselves for three days in more than 24 hours of non-stop music. With a camping pass gives you access to the camping area specially designed for the festival with temporary installations. Having the opportunity to camp with your best friends to make another chapter in your festival journey and the chance to make new future festival friends. Explore new grounds and territory if you're not from Canada.
The second reason is that there’s a genre for everyone. Spreading over 5 different stages - Trance Arena, AIM Stage, Bass Camp, Monolithes Stage, Multi Culti Stage. Also offering a diversity of music, exploring different realms of electronic music - AIM Festival is the place to do it. From dark and sexy techno to uplifting progressive house, head banging bass, to dynamic trance.
The third reason is for attendees outside of Canada, festival goers can get chance to explore the art and culture of the beautiful country where this music festival takes place. Attendees can see how hard Canadians can really party. Festival-goers can taste and drink Canadian food and beers. Having the chance to experience the festival culture of Canada.
The fourth reason is that the festival takes place in the middle heat of the summer season. Where the weather is comfortable and enjoyable, an environment where it doesn’t rain that much. The travel is just about 1 hour outside of Montreal for Canadians. For international festival goers, flight tickets aren’t too expensive if you act now.
The last but definitely not least is the festival’s the impressive lineup. In alphabetical order, with Canada’s techno ambassador Carlo Lio, Dirtybird boss Claude VonStroke, Housemaster Danny Tenaglia, Germany's electro-rock duo Digitalism (live), Sci+Tec boss Dubfire, sensational techno live act Gaiser, progressive techno & technical genius James Zabiela, tech-house wizard Jay Lumen, global legend and Last Night on Earth label boss Sasha and the UK's revered duo Way Out West (live) made up of Nick Warren and Jody Wisternoff. Head-bang to AFK vs. Svdden Death, Bonnie X Clyde, Brillz, dance music rapper Crichy Crich, Dack Janiels, cutting-edge bass music pioneers Dodge & Fuski, Dubloadz, Figure, INFEKT, Kill The Noise, Midnight Tyrannosaurus, Ray Volpe, Ricky Remedy, and TrollPhace. Devour powerful airwaves from Egyptian duo Aly & Fila, ASOT frequenter Ben Gold, Cold Blue, stunning trance vocalist Emma Hewitt (live), French producer Ferry Tayle, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Anjunabeats own Grum, internationally acclaimed trance producer John O'Callaghan, and Norwegian trance sensation Ørjan Nilsen. From CUFF label boss is Amine Edge & DANCE, tech house club-groover David Penn, House music staple and one half of Masters At Work - Kenny Dope, NYC-based house producer Quentin Harris, the one and only S-Man aka Roger Sanchez and American pop singer-songwriter and producer Ultra Naté.
After reading these 5 reasons why it is a must to attend this year’s AIM Electronic Music Festival which offers a unique experience for dance music diverse listeners to rejoice and celebrate their love and passion for music. Act now in buying tickets and gather your friends for one epic weekend.
AIM Electronic Music Festival
JULY 6, 7, 8, 2018
PARC CARILLON IN SAINT-ANDRÉ D'ARGENTEUIL, QUEBEC
PHASE 1 LINEUP:
AFK VS. SVDDEN DEATH
ALY & FILA
AMINE EDGE & DANCE
BONNIE X CLYDE
CLAUDE VON STROKE
DODGE & FUSKI
EMMA HEWITT (LIVE)
KILL THE NOISE
THOMAS VON PARTY
WAY OUT WEST (LIVE)