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"Van Buuren" redirects here. For other people with this surname, see Van Buuren (surname).

Not to be confused with Armand van Helden.

In this Dutch name, the surname is Van Buuren.

Armin van Buuren


Van Buuren performing at the Armin Only Embrace show in Kyiv, 2017

Background informationBirth nameArmin Jozef Jacobus Daniël van BuurenAlso known asRising Star, Perpetuous DreamerBorn25 December 1976 (age 45)

Leiden, Netherlands[1]OriginKoudekerk aan den Rijn, NetherlandsGenres

  • Uplifting trance

  • progressive trance

  • psytrance

  • progressive house

  • electro house

  • big room house

  • dance-pop


  • DJ

  • record producer

  • remixer


  • Synthesizer

  • drum machine

Years active1996–presentLabels

  • Armada

  • A State of Trance

  • Armind

  • Kontor

  • Universal Music

  • SME

Associated acts

  • Gaia

  • Perpetuous Dreamer

  • Alibi

  • Vini Vici


Armin Jozef Jacobus Daniël van Buuren OON (/væn ˈbjʊərən/ van BURE-ən,[2] Dutch: [ˈɑrmɪˈɲoːzəf jaːˈkoːbʏz ˈdaːnijɛl vɑm ˈbyːrə(n)]; born 25 December 1976)[1] is a Dutch DJ and record producer from Leiden, South Holland. Since 2001, he has hosted A State of Trance (ASOT), a weekly radio show, which is broadcast to nearly 40 million listeners in 84 countries on over 100 FM radio stations.[3] According to the website DJs and Festivals, "the radio show propelled him to stardom and helped cultivate an interest in trance music around the world."[4]

Van Buuren has won a number of accolades. He has been ranked the number one DJ by DJ Mag a record of five times, four years in a row.[5] He was ranked fourth on the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs list in 2015, 2016, 2019 and 2020,[6] as well as third in 2017.[7] In 2014, he was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording for his single "This Is What It Feels Like" featuring Trevor Guthrie,[8] which makes him the fourth trance artist ever to receive a Grammy Award nomination.[9] In the United States, he holds the record for most entries, twenty-one, on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums chart.[10]

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