20 Years of “A State of Trance” at Betna Museum and Jaarbeurs
In honor of the 20th anniversary of Armin Van Buuren state of euphoria It will Our House Museum In Amsterdam from February 25 to April 10 it will be entirely dedicated to the international concept – a tribute to the legendary brand trance. Armin van Buuren, together with Our House Museum and festival organizer ALDA, have announced their exhibition 20 Years of Trance by Armin van Buuren. 20thH A State of Trance is released on March 3 and 4 at Jahrpurs Utrecht.
The only dance museum in the world
Our house is the first and only dance museum in the world. In the coming weeks, the museum in Rembrandt Square will be entirely dedicated to Armin van Buuren’s famous trance concept. In collaboration with Our House Museum in Amsterdam, Van Buuren is curating the new exhibition, which includes various performance memorabilia, interactive installations, and photos of several A State of Trance-themed events. From the early 2000s, where it all began, to 2023, the year Armin van Buuren celebrates the 20th anniversary of his iconic “A State of Trance” brand.
From a radio show to a major brand
What started as a radio show has grown into one of the most iconic brands in dance music. More than 40 million people from 150 countries are reached each week and the events attract hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. “A State of Trance” is now one of the longest running show concepts in dance and has staged events in iconic locations, from the world famous Madison Square Garden in central New York to Jaarbeurs in Utrecht and at the world’s largest festivals Tomorrowland in Belgium, Ultra in Miami and Creamfields in United kingdom.
Armin van Buuren: It’s almost impossible to realize how much trance we’ve grown in twenty years and how much we’ve been through. With the show, we want fans and visitors to take a trip back in time following all the highlights. It feels so special to be able to relive those moments.
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