Over 20 million tickets have been sold in 20 countries around the world.

Representing over 100 DJs, producers, bands and managing international tours of artists such as Showtek, Hardwell, Armin van Buuren, Solomun, MYNC, W&W, steve Angello and many others.

Based in New York, Made produces smaller warehouse events as well as larger festivals including Mysteryland and Electric Zoo, which is held annually in New York as well as Brazil, Tokyo, Mexico City and Shanghai.

Facebook.com/Made Event Instagram.com/Made Event Twitter.com/Made Event As a pioneer of the dance movement, it has shaped and inspired the festival industry since its debut in 1993.

The core business is the development, organization and promotion of harder styles events.

The strong b2s portfolio consists of Hardstyle and Hardcore, but also Freestyle, Oldschool, Industrial, Uptempo and Early rave concepts.

Facebook.com/ddpworldwide Instagram.com/discodonniepresents Twitter.com/ddpworldwide Youtube.com/user/ddpworldwide These events feature live DJs, Acrobatics and famous “Paint Blasts,” during which participants are sprayed with colorful, harmless paint.

Based in Miami, Life in Color hosts their annual two-day festival with over 18,000 attendees in January.On the event side, the agency is behind main festivals like Dream Valley, XXXperience, Luv N’ Beats, Future Sound of Brasil and the DJ Marky & Friends events.br Instagram.com/plustalent Youtube.com/user/Plus Talent BR React Presents produces events at The MID, Concord Music Hall and Prysm Nightclub in Chicago and books select events in venues across the Midwest, with offices in Detroit and Milwaukee.In total, b2s has 14 different concepts and they attract 225,000 visitors a year.The most famous concepts are Decibel outdoor festival, which sells out over 55,000 tickets, Hard Bass, the big indoor stadium concept of b2s and of course, the concept with its own crazy freestyle circus called Pussy Lounge.facebook.com/headlinerentertainment instagram.com/headlinerentertainment twitter.com/headliner_ent In the early 1990s, after the electronic music phenomenon exploded across Europe, Dutch dance culture was already on a steady rise.