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The Best April Fool’s Pranks for 2015

Each and every year, the internet goes wild for April Fool's day. Every year, everyone tries to one-up their previous year's pranks. For last year's April Fools, Groove Cruise, Henry Fong, Frontliner, Dash Berlin, Deadmau5, Eptic, Audiophile, Monstercat, Mad Decent, Seven Lions and Dani Deahl took the Best of April Fool's Day pranks. This year, more and more artists, websites and festivals pulled their own pranks. Here were our favorites.

Kaskade's New Collab

Oh the infamous Rickroll.


Pac-Man Eats His Way Into Google Maps

Pac Man

Google decided to let you play Pac-Man on Google Maps. How awesome is that.

Audio Proof of JACK U Getting Booed Off Stage at Burning Man


Electric Zoo Heading To Mars in 2019

An obvious prank, but still love the humor EZoo.

Sasha To Collaborate with Avicii

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Got some super exciting News to share with you guys, some massive new records nearly finished in the studio!! #BOMBS

Posted by Sasha on Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Electric Daisy Carnival Antarctica




Creamfields Introduces Paris Hilton

Creamfields Paris Hilton

A Competitor to TIDAL's Streaming Service, WAVE

Really happy to be hitting the road again soon with DJ Pauly D and the brilliant Autograf – dates to be announced shortly…

Posted by FEHRPLAY on Wednesday, April 1, 2015

This was EDM Sauce's April Fool's day prank this year. With all of the talk about TIDAL, we decided to launch our streaming service of the low monthly fee of $89. We partnered with The Chainsmokers, Stafford Brothers, MOIEZ, 5&a Dime, Autograf, Fehrplay and many others to announce the news. Check out WAVE for yourself. 


WINNER: YouTube Adds Darude's Sandstorm Button

YouTube April Fools Prank Darude

Play Sandstorm on any video you watch on the YouTube player. More info here. 


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