Afrojack faces the techno world?

After hearing many rumors that were largely corroborated after the unveiling of an over-one-and-a-half-hour set played directly from the legendary Tomorrowland Winter 2020 location, one can declare: Afrojack is in a new techno project!

In about three weeks, the snow-covered ridges of Alpe D’huez in France are expected to accommodate 25,000 people who will be in the second edition of the Tomorrowland Winter Festival.

The network was struck when it was discovered that many surprises were expected to occur in this festival edition, but now it seems that one of them is really going to be published: Afrojack is also expected to perform at the festival as part of a new techno project. According to sources, the name of the project will be called “Kapuchon”!

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Tomorrowland’s Radio Station broadcasts a unique set of Nick van de Wall, commonly known as “Afrojack”, directly from the heart of the French ridges. In a unique set that tried to include dozens of huge names that are also expected to appear on the festival’s variety of stages.

In the last few days, it was reported that Afrojack did confirm the project’s arrival, after a decade of creating pure house music.

For over a year, the producer has been looking for the new genre he wants to capture. Related or not to David Guetta’s Techno Jackback project, formally announced two years earlier, the Dutchman decided to settle in the techno world and seek the next stage in his career in the developing genre as well. It should be noted that this is not the departure of Afrojack from the house genre he has been making for years.

At this moment, it is known that the creator has concluded three performances during the winter festival. In one of his performances, which will take place on Tuesday on the L’Orangerie stage, from 4pm to 5pm, Nick will play another independent and unique set under the new project.

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