UPDATE (18/05/09): OnThisIsland.com caught up with the organizers of this event and put the questions and concerns posted in the comments below to them; and this is what they had to say.
The Capacity of Monte Caputo is 4000 people and the Spyros Kyprianou stadium is 5000 people with the difference that in Monte Caputo… we are closer to Nicosia, and Larnaca.
Wherever the show takes place it will be an amazing performance.He is bringing with him another very good DJ, Dj Remy. We are going to have dancers, fire shows, lazers the whole lot.
OnThisIsland.com will also be having a competition for some tickets to the event and will be announcing how and when shortly.
According To His Official Summer Tour Schedule, The No.1 DJ In The World Is Coming To Our Island For One Night Of Amazing Music…Don’t Miss It..!!!
TICKET PRICES : 40 EURO
Armin van Buuren pursued his career as a professional musician despite the promise of a career in law in his native country, where he completed his law degree in 2004. Armin started working as a DJ in a local night club called Nexus, finished high school in 1995 and went on to university to study law. Meanwhile, he moved his studio equipment from his bedroom to a ‘real’ studio. The first tracks he produced in his new studio were, among others, tracks like “Touch Me” and “Communication”. Armin van Buuren has been quoted as saying, “Don’t be a prisoner of your own style.” He has described his musical style as “liberating, euphoric, uplifting, melodic and energetic.”
In October 2002, van Buuren was voted Number 5 in the DJ Magazine 100 top DJs. The following year, he jumped up to the #3 spot, and held 3rd place for the next 3 years. His work left him at the #2 spot, just below Paul van Dyk in the 2006 polls, and, in 2007, Armin reached #1, heading the 2007 DJ Mag Top 100. He was voted #1 again in 2008.
He hosts a weekly radio show A State of Trance, which mostly consist of trance and progressive. The show completed its 400th episode in April 2009 and commemorated it with a 72 hour set culminating in a set of his own new music.
He has recently collaborated with his brother Eller, a guitarist, during live performances as well as for album releases.