EVENT PREVIEW: Brrrrr! Winter Music Festival 2014 by Alix Nikulka

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For the second time ever, Electronic Nation and Embrace are teaming up with the help of many others, such as Destiny and Balance to name a few, to bring Toronto the coolest music event this city has ever seen: Brrrrr! Winter Music Festival.

Last year, Brrrrr! began its winter tradition with a bang at Echo Beach. With delicious hot beverages like mulled wine in my hands, I could keep warm while I danced on the icy sand to amazing DJs such as Moby, Mord Fustang, Deniz Koyu and Dubfire. Despite the freezing cold winter air, spirits were high and everyone gathered closely to appreciate the electronic talent before us. Nothing could keep the crowd from dancing.

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This year, on February 1st, the line-up gets a little more jacked up with the likes of Wolfgang Gartner, Bassjackers, Felix Cartal, Henrix, Joe Ghost and Matt Zanardo at the TD Echo Beach stage for two unrelenting evenings of fast-paced electro-house to get your blood pumping. For Toronto’s techno-heads, artists such as Sharam, Lee Foss, Hot Since 82, Eric Volta and Holloh will be mixing it up in the Corona Technodome. Two different sounds, two unique stages and two epic evenings.

Let’s celebrate our vibrant Canadian winter together with a showcase of some of the best cutting-edge music. No matter the climate, Toronto goes hard. This is not an electronic event that any true Torontonian wants to miss. So grab your parka, mittens, scarves, hats and winter spirit to bundle up for the second annual Brrrrr! Winter Music Festival. Let’s take back the winter and party in the snow at Toronto’s Echo Beach!

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Adele Desloges

Adele is the Manager at EDM TOR. She also heads up the social media as well as the photo and video team, and has been promoting events across the GTA for years. She has been a fan of EDM since the mid-90s and has since found a focus of pure joy in the trance genre.

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