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After nearly 50 shows being canceled in 2020, Martin Garrix is set to begin his new tour in mid-2021.

After nearly 50 shows being canceled in 2020, Martin Garrix is set to begin his new tour in mid-2021.

Martin Garrix, a Dutch DJ and record producer, is scheduled to take the stage in the summer of 2021 and make the audience groove to his tunes. He had to cancel most of his 2020 gigs and tours due to the coronavirus epidemic, but the DJ is now ready to pick up where he left off.

Garrix Confirmed Shows in 2021 Across Europe

Because of the epidemic, the entertainment sector was put on hold around the world. Nonetheless, some ten months after the worldwide lockdown was enforced in April, things are finally returning to normal. Garrix, meanwhile, is back in the game after canceling many shows across the world in 2020.

Ten of his international music events have already been confirmed on his website, and more will be added after the DJ and his staff has confirmed the dates.

On May 8, 2021, the 24-year-old will begin his tour in Algard, Norway. He has six gigs scheduled in June in Sweden, Germany, Canada, France, and Portugal.

Garrix has also scheduled two July events in Poland and Finland, as well as four August shows in four locations across Europe. According to audience reports, people appear to be really eager to attend Garrix’s events.

According to one of the evaluations, “This is great!!! Everything about it was incredible: the enthusiasm, the graphics, the songs, everything! I had waited six years to see Martin Garrix perform live. I couldn’t say anything!! This isn’t going to be the last!” Another fan commented, “This is truly incredible. A gifted musician that is not only musically fantastic on stage, but also caring with the audience.”

Due to the pandemic, fifty shows were canceled.

The DJ had to cancel nearly fifty performances around Asia, South America, and Europe due to the virus spread. On February 25, 2020, he performed his final concert in Olinda, Brazil.

According to a special remark on his official website, while most of his events were canceled, some were postponed for this year.

During the lockdown, Garrix entertained his followers with a series of virtual concerts. The first was taped in his hometown of Amsterdam, Netherlands, and premiered online on April 11, 2020, followed by a slew of others in April and May. In July, he gave a virtual concert in Belgium, which was recorded.

This Year, Garrix Confirmed the Return of ‘Area21’

Aside from finishing his 2021 Musical Tour, the record producer revealed that his side project, ‘Area21,’ will be resurrected this year.

The idea was initially revealed in 2016, when Garrix partnered with Maejor, an American record producer and singer, on the duo’s debut hit, ‘Spaceships.’ The pair then released their second single, ‘HELP,’ in March of 2019.

The musician recently spoke with Festival Season about his anticipated return to work, stating that the dynamic combo now has enough material to release a whole album. He also teased what fans can expect when the album is released in March 2021. . large-leaderboard-2-multi-616 {border:none!important;display:block!important;float:none;line-height:0;margin-bottom:15px!important;margin-left:0!important;margin-right:0!important;margin-top:15px!important;min-height:250px;min-width:250px;padding:0;text-align:center!important}