Tiësto's Club Life

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Club Life
Other namesClub Nouveau
Genre Electronic dance music
Running timeOne hour
Country of origin Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands
Home station Radio 538
Hosted by Tiësto
StarringTiësto & Various Artists
Created byTiësto and Radio 538
Original release6 April 2007 
No. of episodes855(188)
Website Radio 538 (ended) http://538.tiestoworld.nl/

3FM (episode 204 to 417. ENDED) http://3fm.tiestoworld.nl/


Radio 538 (episode 422 and so on) http://www.538.nl/programma/115/clublife-by-tiesto

Tiësto's Club Life is Dutch DJ Tiësto's weekly radio show that was formerly broadcast on Radio 538 in the Netherlands. It was broadcast on 3FM, but in 2015, Tiësto came back to Radio 538. The show started broadcasting on 6 April 2007 every Friday evening, from 10 PM CET to midnight. The show is also frequently broadcast on the Sirius and XM satellite radio channel Electric AREA. The show was originally called Club Nouveau for the first five episodes before being renamed Club Life.

The show is split into two parts. The first hour features a mix of current hits, and in the second hour Tiësto presents a variety of electronic genres, including minimal, house and trance. The show also features exclusive releases from Tiësto's own label, Black Hole Recordings. The free podcast is released the following Monday on iTunes as well as on Xbox Music without the 15 Minutes of Fame.

1worldspace and Sirius Satellite Radio/XM Satellite Radio in the United States later started broadcasting the show. It is broadcast on Electric Area (Channel 52 on Sirius and XM) as part of their Global Domination lineup on Saturday nights. The show is broadcast on Radio 538 on Friday nights between 22:00 CET and midnight and on Electric Area on Saturday nights between 10:00 p.m. ET and 12:00 a.m. ET. The first hour is also available as a podcast on the Radio 538 website and on iTunes audio podcasts. [1]

In 2012, Tiësto launched Tiësto's Club Life Radio, a 24/7 commercial-free music channel. The channel features a variety of electronic dance music including progressive house, electro, trance and downtempo, all selected by Tiësto. Other DJs also appear on the channel. Tiësto's Club Life Radio was available in the Dance/Electronic category through the SiriusXM App for smartphones and mobile devices, and on channel 340 on Edge satellite radios and on SiriusXM Internet Radio. The channel left the air and the SiriusXM lineup on 24 June 2017. The Club Life program continued to air on Electric Area before it rebranded as Diplo's Revolution.

Each week, Tiësto's Club Life Radio airs a countdown of Tiësto's current favorite songs during the weekly special "Tiësto’s Top Ten" as well as new and classic editions of Tiësto's Club Life radio show, which currently airs on SiriusXM's BPM, channel 51, every Friday at 9:00 pm PT. [2] Club Life is also heard on more than 350 other stations worldwide in 77 countries. [3]

Regular features

Club Life (old format)

Club Life (new format)

Implemented in May 2015:

Changed in July 2019:

Move to 3FM and back

In April 2011, the show moved from Radio 538 to 3FM. On 1 May 2015, the show returned to Radio 538.

Special episodes


















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