DJ Martin Garrix has visited Leon, Guanajuato, to get on one of the balloons of the International Lion Balloon Festival 2019.
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He will also participate with his music in the festival, which will take place in the Metropolitan Park of Leon, which is located in the extension of Adolfo Lopez Materos Norte boulevard s / n, El Palote neighborhood of that municipality.
There are few hours left for his presentation where he will turn on the "dancefloor" for the thousands of attendees who will be able to attend his concert in the Metropolitan Park, the Dutch DJ climbed into the official Festival balloon.
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The second day of the FIG officially started when, to the surprise of many, at 6:40 in the morning, Martin Garrix went up to the aforementioned official balloon.
Martin uploaded several stories on his instagram, where he says it is an amazing event, something very amazing and he looks very happy and excited to be at the great event.
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He uploaded several videos, some above the globe, another where he shows the large number of balloons that are adorning the beautiful Mexican sky and giving a great show worthy of international attention.
Martijn Gerard Garritsen, better known as Martin Garrix, 12 is a Dutch DJ and producer founder of the STMPD RCRDS label. He entered the annual Top 100 DJ's survey conducted by DJ Magazine, directly to 40th place. In 2014, he won 4th place and in 2015 he was named 3rd. In 2016, 2017 and 2018 he was chosen by the magazine as the best DJ in the world, placing him in the number 1 position. He currently ranks # 2 in the survey conducted in 2019.
His success began with the release of the song "Animals" on June 17, 2013 by the record label Spinnin 'Records. The song reached # 1 in Belgium and the United Kingdom, and # 3 in Ireland. The simple Wizard, produced with Jay Hardway, was also a success in many countries in 2013.