For the first time in South Africa, the Electronic Music Dance Festival, Tremor Festival will be taking place at the Voortrekker Monument in Pretoria on 18 August 2018.

The brainchild of organizers who have organized various music shows and international dance competitions, Tremor Festival will feature first-class sound and production with an unforgettable party from sunset to sunrise. Currently shaking up Europe and visiting South Africa for the first time, the headliner for Tremor Festival will be DAVID PUENTEZ all the way from Germany.

David is excited to perform at Tremor Festival and visit South Africa for the first time! The local line-up includes EDM royalty Pascal & Pearce, Chris Taylor, Chunda Munki, VIMO, Austin Cassim and Ricardo da Costa – all of whom have been exploding on club and festival stages across the country. Make history with the first ever Tremor Festival at one of the biggest EDM parties of the year! Experience the best of the best EDM has to offer and be sure to buy your tickets TODAY!

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With that said, we had a quick chat with the duo… and don’t forget to enter our competition to get your hands on tickets to the festival.

Hi there. Thanks for your time. Tremor Festival is around the corner. What can the fans expect from Pascal & Pearce at the festival?

Hello! Thank you for interviewing us. Expectations are left at the entrance, we will provide you with enough quality dance music to get your body dancing.

Tremor Festival will be in South Africa for the first time. How important are these festivals for the music scene?

Festivals are important for the growth of the industry, so it’s a privilege for South Africa that festivals like Tremor Festival are now gracing our shores. It’s an honour being involved with this production.

There are a whole host of artists on the line-up. Which of them are you keen on catching up with?

Ricardo would probably be someone who we will enjoy catching up the most, as we see him the least.

You’ve released a brand new single a few weeks ago. How has the reception been on Lose Control, and working with Johnny Apple?

Yes, Lose Control has been received well thank you. Working with Johnny was cool, he is an incredible vocalist.

Pascal & Pearce has been with Universal since the end of 2016, how has that influenced your musical career and prospects for the future, being one of Universal’s artists?

It’s been surreal working with the Universal Music Group. We’ve been influenced by so much, but working with a major record label has given us more scope on creating international records. While we have this moment, we would like to send a big thank you to everyone at UMG for all their work.

Any last words for people coming to check out Tremor Festival?

P&P: Stretch before you dance. Also please support our latest EP Lose Control, link below