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Q-BASE 2014 expands; Decibel Outdoor to broadcast live on YouTube


We have a couple tidbits of news for two upcoming hard dance festivals:

First, Q-dance's Q-BASE is expanding to a considerable amount. Even with Q-dance's other major festivals expanding in size, Defqon.1 and Qlimax most noteably, there is still a demand for more — and their delivering. The stages at this year's Q-BASE, tented and open-air, will all expand to house more people.

Via Q-dance's YouTube channel —

The town of Weeze has granted our license for three extra areas. These areas will be filled with Extra Raw Hardstyle, Frenchcore / Terror and Hardstyle sounds from 2005 to 2010.

Q-dance pushes the attendee experience in and outside the festival, so they released a video laying out the expansion for all to get a sense, which can be watched below.


Second, Q-dance competitor B2S (stylized b2s) is also upping their outside attendee experience by hosting a live feed of their popular Decibel Outdoor Festival on YouTube (not to be confused with Decibel Seattle).

Via —

For the first time in history, Decibel outdoor festival will be broadcasted live on YouTube. After all the good feedback on the two live registrations during Hard Bass, b2s thought it was time to broadcast the festival of your summer!

What can the viewers at home expect? The live stream will mainly focus on the Decibel mainstage and Pussy lounge area. The mainstage makes you enjoy well-known names within the Hardstyle scene, such as Noisecontrollers, Frequencerz, Code Black, Ran-D, Zatox & Wasted Penguinz. Young talents Atmozfears and Sound Rush will also be present on the biggest stage of the festival.

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We'll be sure to link the live feed of the festival when it goes live this Friday.

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