DanceValley

Written by Guido Jansen in
July 2008

Gister was het dan zo ver... Mijn eerste echte openlucht dance festival... DanceValley! En dat was echt heel vet! We waren er pas om een uur of 16 (het begint om 10 uur 's ochtends al) maar daarmee hadden we dan wel de regenbuien overgeslagen en hebben we zelfs een tijdje in de zon gelegen. Helaas was de modder nog wel vollop aanwezig maar dat hoort er nu eenmaal bij heb ik me laten vertellen... Hoogtpunt van de dag was (zoals het hoort) het eind: Tiësto B2B met Ferry Corsten. Uitleggen heeft geen zin, bekijk gewoon de foto's en filmpjes...

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