ATB announces final studio album and 25th anniversary tour

German electronic music icon ATB has announced that he will release his final studio album in 2025, capping off an illustrious career that includes 10 studio albums and more than 55 gold and platinum awards across various countries. ATB first soared to fame with his breakthrough single “9pm (Till I Come)” in 1998, which topped the UK singles charts and became the first dance song to achieve that feat. It also enjoyed significant success worldwide, including the US Billboard charts, and was at the forefront of the first wave of dance music on global radio. His storied career and deep discography is rife with consistent innovation and production finesse. Hits like “Don’t Stop,” “Ecstasy,” and “Let U Go,” have secured his place in the DJ Mag Top 100 for nearly two decades.

Known for a meticulous approach to album production, ATB often crafts double album projects featuring one disc tailored for the dance floor and another composed of serene soundscapes for the come down. Let’s hope his final album follows in suit.

Even though 2025 marks the release of his last studio album, ATB’s journey is far from over. Celebrating over twenty-five years of continuous music production, he will embark on his “Don’t Stop” Summer Tour. Not just a retrospective of ATB’s classics; the tour will also offer a preview of unreleased tracks from his yet to be named final album.

The “Don’t Stop” tour is launching this week in New Orleans, continuing through major American cities including St Louis, Dallas, Washington, DC, and Portland, before heading to Europe for the summer festival circuit.

ATB to Embark on 'Don't Stop' Summer Tour, Release Final Album — DJ Life  Magazine

ATB USA Tour Dates

5/17 – New Orleans – Metropolitan
5/18 – St. Louis – Ryse
5/23 – Dallas – Stereo Live
5/24 – Washington, DC – Soundcheck
5/26 – Portland – East 45
6/1 – London – The Steelyard
6/14 – Helsinki – Helsinki City Festival
6/15 – Dublin – Biggest Disco Festival
6/19 – Kolobrzeg – Sunrise Festival
6/20 – Bacău – Young Island Festival
8/2 – Székesdehérvár – Fezen Festival
8/10 – Cullera – Medusa Festival
8/16 – Riga – Wondersala
8/17 – Râmnicu Vâlcea – We Love Music Festival
8/31 – Budapest – Budapest Park
9/7 – Bochum – Musiksommer Bochum
10/2 – Dresden – Reithalle (Strasse E)
10/3 – Prague – Duplex

More dates to be announced