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Don Diablo will release his new album at the SAGA Festival on September 10th | FESTIVALPHOTO

Don Diablo will release his new album at the SAGA Festival on September 10th


Don Diablo, one of the important names in the SAGA Festival lineup, announced at the end of August that he will release his new album in Romania. The DJ has been working hard on his new LP and will present it to the public on September 10th. We have details in the article.

The first day of the SAGA festival, September 10, Friday will bring us an exclusive audition of the songs from Don Diablo's new album. We will obviously listen to his biggest hits. Here is the artist's statement about the LP and concert:

The last year has been crazy. I managed to finish my album, which will appear on September 10, so the day I will have the show in Bucharest will be the day I will release my album. It's going to be really special to me, especially since I'm going to celebrate this with you. Take care of each other, be healthy and I can't wait to see you very soon at the SAGA Festival, to celebrate life again.

Don Diablo, real name Don Pepijn Schipper is a 41-year-old Dutch DJ, known as a pioneer of the future house genre. He has been active since 1995 and has collaborated with Diplo, Tiesto, and many other big names. In 2013 he created a theme piece for the game "Batman: Arkham Origins". The discography will include 2 LPs so far, and the third, "Forever" will arrive at SAGA.

We remind you that the SAGA Festival takes place on September 10, 11 and 12 at Romaero in Bucharest, with a unique festival concept. It will also be the largest electronic music festival in the Capital, with over 100 international and local artists preparing special shows. Artists include Alan Walker, John Newman, Morten, Nicky Romero, Oliver Heldens, Robin Schulz, Salvatore Ganacci, Tiesto, Timmy Trumpet, INNA, Antonia, Grasu XXL, but also DJ Gojira.

Writer: Vlad Ionut Piriu
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