Qatar Daydream Festival's Schedule Includes 26 DJs and 26 nights

  • Publish date: Monday، 24 October 2022
Qatar Daydream Festival's Schedule Includes 26 DJs and 26 nights

After months of waiting, Qatar Tourism has finally unveiled the Daydream Festival lineup.

Every year, a new location around the world hosts a renowned event, which attracts the best DJs in dance and electronic music.

The world's largest football competition gets underway in Qatar this year, which is a pleasure for any football lovers traveling to the Gulf country during the winter.

The event first took place in Belgium in 2010, and it has since moved to countries like Spain, Qatar, Mexico, China, and the Netherlands.

Check your calendar: starting lineup:


A DJ and dance music producer from Stockholm, Sweden, who debuted at number 70 on DJ Mag's Top 100 list, has achieved cross-genre success by mixing progressive house with pop and collaborating with a range of performers to make international singles.


Brazilian musician Alok has amassed 20 million monthly listeners, over 4 billion Spotify streams, and more than 3 billion views of his songs on YouTube.

Armin van Buuren

Armin van Buuren's persistent dedication to the scene has earned him a Grammy nomination for his song "This Is What It Feels Like" (co-written with Trevor Guthrie), as well as five unheard-of victories at the top of the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs list.


ATB has spent more than 20 years at the top of the international DJ charts (DJ MAG 2021 Pos. #35), and his songs have earned billions of plays worldwide.

Crown & Block

Block & Crown is one of the DJs and producers with the strongest credentials in both the underground and mainstream scenes. He has more than 200 edits to his credit, as well as three music compilations on the official discs of Dammove Fest, Daydream, and Medusa.

Burak Yeter

DJ, record producer and remixer from Turkey is known as Yeter. His second song for Warner Music Group, "Tuesday," became a massive smash and peaked at #1 on various radio and sales charts in more than 95 different nations.

Gervais, Cedric

Do you like Lana? You'll adore this, I can assure you. With more than 4 million Spotify subscribers per month, Gervais earned the Grammy for Best Remix in 2013 for his cover of Lana Del Rey's "Summertime Sadness."


The South American performer Chuckie has received numerous Gold and Platinum Awards, two MOBO Awards, an MTV Award, and a Latin GRAMMY.

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

The inspirational team, who previously held the top spot in 2015 when they made their debut, has topped the 2019 edition of DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs poll. They were the first-ever pair to do so.

Ferry Corsten

In DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs for 2020, Corsten is now ranked #53; he rose six positions and has been a member of the list for nine years, making him the longest-tenured Dutch DJ.

John Newman

Feel The Love, a song by Rudimental that reached No. 1 in the UK in 2012, was John Newman's first effort as a producer, DJ, and singer-songwriter. The song went on to receive 1.6 billion streams globally and top the charts in more than 30 countries.

Jonas Blue

The musician is amassing a sizable amount of instantly recognizable hit songs, with more than 60 million singles sold, over 13 billion streams globally, and five BRIT Award nominations.

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