MTV has announced that 20-year-old Dutch wonder-kid Oliver Heldens will headline day two of MTV Crashes Plymouth with Club MTV.
Oliver Heldens was only 17 years old when the biggest record label in the dance industry, Spinnin’ Records, approached and signed him and he is now one of the most in-demand DJs in the world.
Hot on the heels of his UK number one smash single ‘Gecko’, Heldens will play a special exclusive South West show to the MTV crowd on Thursday 23 July.
The full stellar line-up for Day Two mixes some heavyweight performers alongside outstanding emerging superstars, along with Club MTV residents R3wire and Varski.
Also taking to the stage is two-time UK number one chart-topper DJ Fresh, whose massive hits include Louder, Gold Dust, Hot Right Now and the recent Gravity, featuring Ella Eyre.
MTV then welcomes two true stars of the future in Route 94 and David Zowie.
Route 94 – a 21-year-old cutting a distinctive young figure in the house music scene – already has a UK number one under his belt with the summer smash ‘My Love’ featuring MTV Crashes Day One performer Jess Glynne.
The enormously talented David Zowie is the new producer behind 2015’s stand-out summer anthem ‘House Every Weekend’, which is destined to be played out endlessly across radio stations up and down the country.
With more names still to come, MTV Crashes Plymouth Day Two is shaping up to be an unforgettable outdoor summer dance party.
To get your hands on the last remaining tickets – priced just £10 – visit the See Tickets website.
MTV Crashes Plymouth is organised by MTV in collaboration with Plymouth City Council. It will be broadcast on MTV’s flagship UK music TV channels, showcasing Britain’s Ocean City in over 35 countries.
MTV will be announcing more names for Day One soon – stay up-to-date on the Visit Plymouth website, follow @MTVPlymouth on Twitter or see the What’s On Plymouth Facebook page.