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October 5, 2022

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Tiesto, Faithless – electrifying show on first day of Untold

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Tiesto and Faithless have created an electrifying electro-dance performance on stage at Untold Festival in Cluj-Napoca that had on its first day some 12 hours of music and more than 100,000 spectators.

The festival, considered the largest in Eastern Europe and whose creative concept starts from the untold stories of Transylvania with a magician at their core, was opened by INNA, who sang for about an hour, on the main stage on Cluj Arena, hits such as “Hot”, “Diggy Down”, “Cola Song”, “Good Time,” “BOP BOP”, but also her latest single “Heaven”.

Some of the hottest DJs – Tiesto and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike – closed the first night of Untold.

Untold is gathering over 150 artists who give concerts on seven stages.

Among those who sang and played on Thursday on the other Untold stages are: Route 94, The Martinez Brothers, Dop, Skream, Marwan, Zo, Nerub, DJ Snow & Agent Mic, CTC, Jeru the Damaja, Borgore, Rudimental DJ, Highroller, The rabbit king, Moods, Pedestrian, FKJ, Mark Farina, Aquarius Haven, Kosta, Gerpov, Gelka, Tomma Alistar, Belavu, Moonlight breakfast, Nahko & Medicine for the people, Julian M, Trip engineer, Walk in town, Mike Maiden, DJ Vice, Andrew Case, Mini, Raumakustic, U Gin, Paul Damixie B2B Allya, Maestros del Ritmo, Audio State, Vanotek, Yanka, Radu, Nicoleta Nuca, Antonia and Carla’s Dream.

The public can enjoy, in the four days of the festival, hammocks, swings, various games and can try traditional food or from other countries.


Faithless: Romania is a vibration in the making


Maxi Jazz and Sister Bliss, members of the British band Faithless have announced on Thursday night that they are working to a new album, adding that Romania is a vibration in the making.

I have a very good opinion about the Romanians (…) ever since 1999 when I was in Bucharest for the first time (…) the city’s pulse was so wonderful (…) Romania is a vibration in the making, said Maxi Jazz, in a press conference ahead of the concert they gave on the UNTOLD festival in northwestern city of Cluj-Napoca.

Sister Bliss said, in her turn, that every time she’s been in Romania, which is quite often, with Faithless, she had an amazing audience. She added that the band celebrates its 20th anniversary and thought it would’ve been better if did it with several shows, such as UNTOLD.

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