Ozora Festival 2019 has been my 9th one & definitely high up there with my favorite editions.
It was a packed full-house playground gone mental, with epic moments such as a crazy dancefloor in relentless never-ending rain and my Friday afternoon set will definitely stick with me for a long while... Other than a happy floor full of smiles, the start of the set also hosted the legendary András Aráto AKA "Hide the Pain Harold" who brought both shocks and laughter to everyone who recognized this sweet man.
But most importantly and above all, I had the best time with so many friends from all over the world, and did what a lot of us DJs don't do so much anymore - Dancing! In a hectic, sleepless summer of running around from place to place, this is all i needed.
Hope you enjoy this recap of my mainstage set capture by the great Pawel Wieloch.
Thanks goes to everyone who shared these moments, 'till the next time...
Movie by Pawel Wieloch Photography:
1. Ace Ventura - Going Back (GMS Remix)
2. Ace Ventura & Animato - Moments of Ecstasy
3. Ritmo - Flow
4. Ace Ventura & Lish - the Light (Astrix Remix)
5. Ace Ventura & Antinomy - We Dream
6. Shanti People - Asato (Stryker & Eddie Bitar Remix)
7. Ace Ventura - Brave New World (Genetrick Remix)
8. Ace Ventura & Vini Vici - The Calling (Symbolic & Lifeforms Remix)
9. Loud - Africa 101 (Easy Riders Remix 2019 Edit)
10. Ace Ventura & Burn in Noise - Who Are We
11. Ace Ventura - Rebirth (Spectra Sonics Remix)
12. Modus - Pac-man Theory
13. Ace Ventura & Astrix - Pranava (Ranji & Mindspin Remix)
14. Liquid Ace - Neurochemistry (Indianix Remix)
15. GMS & Stryker - Rikart
16. Ace Ventura & Symbolic - The World That You Know (GMS Remix)
17. Ace Ventura & Juno Reactor - Ingonyama (Bliss Remix)
Ace Ventura - Psychedelic Awakening: https://bit.ly/2JLfWG5
Ace Ventura - Rebirth: http://bit.ly/1Qi74Ci
Ace Ventura - Re:boot: http://bit.ly/1GfsLhs
Ace Ventura @ Boom: http://bit.ly/AceVenturaBoom
Ace Ventura @ Ozora: http://bit.ly/AceVenturaOzora
Presence Remixes Album: http://bit.ly/PresenceRemixes
Check Out Easy Riders: http://bit.ly/EasyRidersMusic
Check Out Liquid Ace: http://bit.ly/LiquidAceMusic
Listen to Paradise Engineering: http://bit.ly/1Byws2s
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Ace Ventura is one of the leading and busiest DJs & artists on the progressive trance and psychedelic trance (psytrance) scene. His music has been topping the charts with party anthems like: The Light, Stomping Ground, Presence, The Encounter, The Spark, The Jolly Roger and and many more. Ace Ventura has been touring constantly all over the globe playing in every possible venue and headlining all major festivals among them Ozora Festival, Boom Festival, Antaris, Emmaboda, Psychedelic Circus, Tribe, and many others. He is well known for his highly popular mixes.
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