[Article] Martin Garrix Will Participate In SiriusXm BPM Virtual DisDance Festival

Due to Covid-19 pandemic which make live concert postponed and cancelled around the globe, there’s many organizer & artists who choose to held online livestream to raise donation or only to provide content for the fans. One of these livestreams that you can enjoy this weekend is BPM’s Virtual DisDance Festival which will be held by SiriusXM. This event will featured new live DJ sets from high-profile artists in dance music straight from their home.

One of the DJ that will participate in this event is of course our favorite, Martin Garrix. He is scheduled to perform on 24 May 2020 along with other famous DJs such as Armin van Buuren, Major Lazer & Kygo. This livestream also intended to raise donation for MusiCares Covid-19 Relief Fund established by the Recording Academy. This fund is used to help music creators and professionals affected by the Coronavirus crisis. Thanks to support from various artists, organizations and charites, the fund has raised over $10 million so far, but much more is needed.

“We’re thrilled to be providing a top-notch line up of some of the biggest names in dance music in our first-ever Virtual DisDance Festival. The virtual event will bring the festival experience to life and entertain dance music fans nationwide with original performances and appearances they won’t want to miss. Our listeners can continue to count on SiriusXM to keep them close to their favorite artists and to deliver great exclusive, original, and entertaining content. Our Virtual DisDance Festival is no exception.”

Scott Greenstein – President and Chief Content Officer of SiriusXM

BPM’s Virtual DisDance Festival will be available to be streamed for free on SiriusXM.com/streamfree although it seems that it can only be streamed in US & Canada. People who reside in other country probably needs vpn to listen to it. The festival will be held on 22 – 24 May but select sets will have a replay on 25.

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