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It's the 21st weekend of lockdown and once again we've assembled our very best picks from the weekend's online entertainment. Tomorrowland, United We Stream, The Prodigy and Rave The Vote will keep you moving this weekend.

Friday

The Prodigy World's On Fire

It's been 10 years since The Prodigy made their career-defining performance at Milton Keynes Bowl. The World's On Fire show was documented by Grammy nominee Paul Dugdale in 2010 and released as a feature-length DVD.

To commemorate the anniversary, the complete show will be available on the band's YouTube channel for 48 hours this coming weekend. The performance footage will be complemented with contributions from surviving band members Liam Howlett and Maxim.

Friday

Rave The Vote

The first in a series of 12-hour streams urging Americans to get out and vote presents an impressive lineup of US house faves including A-Trak, Louie Vega, Carl Craig and Seth Troxler.

Saturday - Sunday

Tomorrowland Virtual Festival

Belgian mega-fest Tomorrowland is taking their huge line ups and even bigger production online for 2020. Happening over 25th & 26th July the interactive online festival will feature performances from some of the biggest names in dance, including 

David Guetta, NERVO and Martin Garrix. It's mot just EDM represented, however as the techno-focused CORE stage will host Adam Beyer, ANNA and Joris Voorn, while Saturday's Afterlife stage will feature Tale of Us, Stephan Bodzin and the mighty Dixon.

Saturday - Monday

United We Stream Festival

German outfit United We Stream have been one of the heroes of lockdown, streaming from empty clubs around Berlin and beyond throughout the pandemic. This weekend they've programmed a whole festival and for the first time are asking fans to buy tickets to help support the artists and promoters. Enjoy sets for Blawan, Laurel Halo and LSDXOXO plus, 8% of the proceeds of the festival go this time to the non-profit initiative "Gesicht Zeigen!", which encourages people to become active against xenophobia, racism, anti-Semitism and right-wing extremist violence.

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