Armin Van Buuren will be hosting A State of Trance 600 all the way from Beirut, after a fierce online competition that was eventually won by our own capital.
The A State of Trance official Twitter account just tweeted the following:
I am not a fan of trance – country music FTW – but I guess this is quite the big thing for the Lebanese capital. Perhaps Homeland should have waited to mention this in their episode about Beirut. You know, bombs fall on one side while the beat gets dropped on another – because that’s how we roll, us Lebanese terrorists.
Congrats to all the Lebanese trance fans who worked very hard to get Beirut to host A State of Trace 600. The event will take place on March 9th, 2013.
Well, I wish it were that Armin Van Buuren song I told you about a few days ago because this one plain sucks. Even Shakira would have been better.
The song is by Oceana, a German singer, and it’s called “Endless Summer.”
And I absolutely hate it. I really hope it won’t go the “Waka Waka” route and get overplayed until my ears start bleeding.
Other than that, the Euro 2012 tournament starts in three days!
Update: this is not the official song. Armin Van Buuren just did an official video for it that’s Euro 2012-inspired. Shakira can still have a song be the official one :p
It’s not a Shakira song. Can you believe it?
Armin Van Buuren is delivering the official “song” for this year’s Euro 2012. It’s obviously trance and features one sentence, which is incidentally the song’s title, “We Are Here to Make Some Noise.”
I actually like it. It definitely serves as something that would get the crowds going.
As for me, I’ve got my jersey ready for next week. The flags will soon be taken out of storage. We are pumped for some football!
Yes, Forza Azzurri!