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Tenishia at Tomorrowland

Tenishia performing at the TranceAddict stage at Tomorrowland, in Boom, Belgium. Photo: Alive Coverage

Tenishia performing at the TranceAddict stage at Tomorrowland, in Boom, Belgium. Photo: Alive Coverage

Malta’s international DJ Joven Grech, known as Tenishia, recently performed at the renowned Tomorrowland in Belgium, for the fourth time. Tomorrowland is the biggest dance music festival in the world, attended by more than 400,000 people over two weekends. Besides having a busy international schedule, the Maltese DJ has been a regular performer for Tomorrowland since 2012.

 Tenishia has established himself globally as one of the best trance DJs in the world and has also been ranked five times with the DJ Mag World’s Top 100 DJs. He is a familiar face to legendary DJs such as Armin van Buuren and Paul Oakenfold, who not only support his music but also share a friendship built on artist areas in festivals such as Tomorrowland.

Commenting on how he made it so far, Joven explained how his childhood idols and other DJs who have inspired him since he was a teenager have nowadays become friends and colleagues, as he regularly meets them during his tours and work.

Tenishia’s next local performances will be on August 19 and September 9, both at Grotta Club, Xlendi, and also on Saturday at Uno Village, Ta’ Qali, with trance legend Paul Oakenfold.

One can follow the whole Tenishia’s Tomorrowland experience on Tenishia’s social media pages http://facebook.com/Tenishia and http://instagram.com/tenishiamusic .

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