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What’s Been Your Favorite Dance Music Livestream of Quarantine? Vote!

2020 has seen a dance festival season like no other, with live events being wiped off the calendar and digital festivals becoming the new standard way of seeing your favorite DJs.

With necessity still holding strong as the mother of invention, the past six months have seen incredible leaps in livestreaming capabilities, with festivals using technology, community and music to deliver engaging and in many cases truly unique experiences. Some events have indeed left lasting impressions, from the immersive digital world of Tomorrowland Around the World, to the IRL feel of Lightning In a Bottle’s DGTL LiB event, to the global effort of Beatport ReConnect to the all-star nature of Digital Mirage and the EDC Las Vegas Rave-a-Thon.

With nearly all the major dance events hosting some sort of online party during the last few months, there’s been loads of livestream options, and something for everybody. Which makes us wonder what’s been your favorite dance music livestream of quarantine. Let us know by voting below!

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