The man, the myth, the legend, Ferry Corsten announced huge news that will combine all of his alias’ into one. Ferry Corsten’s iconic name exists as a dynamic pioneer in the electronic dance music industry. This Dutch producer and DJ is widely recognized for his influential presence in trance music since the 1990s. Since the age of 16, Ferry has produced and remixed his first record which marks the starting point of his legendary career. Ferry Corsten’s music continues to cherish the hearts of music lovers worldwide. For over two decades, Ferry has operated under a plethora of aliases, including Gouryella and System F. Coming soon to fans, Ferry Corsten announced he’ll be bringing a new audio-visual experience to the stage that will combine all of his projects into one, ‘What The F.’

WHAT THE F.

I’ve been producing music under many different aliases over the last 20 years. Ferry Corsten, Gouryella, System F, and many, many more. For a long time, I’ve had a vision of bringing all of these projects to the stage, all in one night, all in one massive show. And now It's finally happening! To be able to play a proper open to close set with just your own music is like a dream come true. The classics, the new music, and the songs you never knew I made. A true full audio-visual experience. This will be a night to remember! This will be WHAT THE F.

Posted by Ferry Corsten on Wednesday, February 5, 2020

“I’ve been producing music under many different aliases over the last 20 years. Ferry Corsten, Gouryella, System F, and many, many more. For a long time, I’ve had a vision of bringing all of these projects to the stage, all in one night, all in one massive show. And now It’s finally happening! To be able to play a proper open to close set with just your own music is like a dream come true. The classics, the new music, and the songs you never knew I made. A true full audio-visual experience. This will be a night to remember! This will be WHAT THE F.”

Ferry Corsten

What The F Teaser Video

What started out as a small teaser video displaying a 24-second 3D animation titled ‘WHAT THE F?’ soon led to another video with the big reveal on Ferry Corsten’s Facebook. The video reveals a 3D animated robotic figure sporting a cape adorned with a large letter F, symbolizing Ferry’s traditional logo. A distorted mixture of audio transmits across the video with a subtle sampling of Ferry’s classic tracks. By the end of the video, “What The F – All In One Night” is displayed, followed by “Gouryella, Ferry Corsten, System F” directly underneath. In Ferry’s Facebook post, he declares that this will be a “full audio-video experience.” The ‘What The F’ experience will be a proper open-to-close set that will showcase his classics, new music, and unreleased tracks.

What To Expect – Speculations

In this day and age, stage productions have taken up an all-new extreme. From holographic displays to astonishing arrays of LED panels, lasers, and pyrotechnics, we’re very excited to see what Ferry Corsten might visually present for his show. In 2018, Ferry Corsten revived his alias, System F, at Dreamstate SoCal. During an exclusive interview with EDMTunes, Ferry unearthed the reasons why he chose Southern California’s Dreamstate as his revival. Ferry also mentions that several of his tracks have been reproduced in order to sound more crisp and updated. This alludes that the ‘What The F’ performance will truly be the “full audio-visual experience” that Ferry intends.

Gouryella, System F, Ferry Corsten

Throughout his career, Ferry Corsten has explored several nooks of sound. Initially, Ferry produced hardcore gabba tracks that would eventually lead to his heavy interest in clubhouse and trance. In 1999, Ferry released the iconic ‘Out Of The Blue’ under his second solo project, System F. Later that year, Ferry teamed up with fellow Dutch producer, Tiësto, to form Gouryella. Gouryella would soon become another of Ferry’s solo projects when Tiesto left the duo in 2002. Now, Ferry has revived System F and Gouryella and intends to combine both of these projects into one performance atWhat The F.’

Tour Dates – Phase 1