What a Tiesto’fic night!!

Tiesto, Sander Van Doorn, Nadia Ali and closing with your Lebanese DJs JADE & Diamond Setter with an opening by Edgar V. That was a night at La Marina JK Dbayeh on July 3rd, 2010. This is the first time I personally see La Marina venue that packed with crowds, dancing in an event brought to you by the Crystal Group, keeping in mind a similar Above & Beyond massive night last year..

Early in the night, the volume of crowds was promising with queues of Tiesto fans waiting to enter the special set-up installed. Edgar V. opening set was a very small hint of what is to come later on with a great line-up of artists. He set the early comers in the right mood, before Sander Van Doorn stormed the stage with his, and I quote a clubber on the dance floor ‘out of this world’ beats. The Dutch techno/trance music DJ and producer, made his first ever visit to Lebanon worth waiting for after a crazy warm up performance that even made residents in neighboring dance on the balconies.

The angelic Nadia Ali, had her share of the night with songs such as “Rapture”, “Is it Love”, and “Schiller”. She told BeirutNightLife.com that she is preparing for a number of hits in the near future some of which will be performed with Armin Van Buuren and other DJ’s as well. The originally Pakistani singer, showed her love to the Lebanese crowd with her angelic voice, before the best DJ to ever set foot on planet earth left clubbers shouting and screaming their heads off with his renowned entrance. The huge LED screens installed in the background, the visuals playing, and the entrance music was scary enough to keep you mesmerized in your place till Tiesto grants you the permission to jump with his beats.

It was the night of  Tiesto’s “Kaleidoscope” new release, tracks including Kaleidoscope, Escape Me, You Are My Diamond, It’s Not The Things You Say, Century, Surrounded by Light and a lot more. Clubbers jumped, screamed, and went crazy with the Dance Master, the only legend in town to make his name memorable for all ages and groups.

JADE & Diamond Setter closing was a happy ending of a beautiful story, he kept clubbers going to the early hours of the morning, giving them a piece of his mind and music. It was a Tiesto’fic night, along with Sander Van Doorn, and Nadia played live at La Marina JK Dbayeh, and played with the minds of clubbers of Lebanon. Groups from Egypt, Syria, Europe, and Africa gathered under one name on July 3rd, 2010.