Sven Väth Net Worth

Sven Väth is a German DJ born on October 26, 1964. He has achieved great success in his career, and his net worth, biography, age, height, and family are all well-known. He has been active in the music industry for many years and continues to be a major influence in the world of electronic music.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Day October 26, 1964
Birth Place Germany
Birth Sign Scorpio

💰 Net worth

Sven Väth, widely recognized as a prominent DJ in Germany, is expected to have a net worth ranging from $100K to $1M by 2024. With a career spanning several decades, he has established himself as a pioneer in the electronic music scene, known for his dynamic performances and distinct style. As the founder of the renowned Cocoon brand and owner of Cocoon Recordings, Väth has not only contributed significantly to the music industry but has also been a successful entrepreneur. His net worth reflects the success and influence he has amassed throughout his illustrious career as a DJ and businessman.

German DJ and electronic music producer. He has 230,000 followers on Twitter, 600,000 on Instagram, and 1.2 million on Facebook.

He grew up in Frankfurt, but in 1980 went to Ibiza at 16. That's when he decided to become a DJ. One of his first gigs was at his parents' club in Frankfurt. The 1986 single "Electrica Salsa" with OFF (Organization For Fun) launched his career.

He is recognized for cultivating the underground electronic music scene not just in Germany but in Ibiza as well. He is also a major proponent of vinyl. He uses only two decks and a mixer for his extensive DJ sets. His longest set lasted 30 hours.

Both his parents were from East Germany. They escaped separately, met, and had Vath and his two brothers in Frankfurt. He has two children by two different women. He named his son Tiga after the Canadian DJ/producer Tiga.

Cocoon, his agency and recording label, has had Ricardo Villalobos, Guy Gerber, and Loco Dice on its roster. And its parties and nightclub have also included Josh Wink, Armin van Buuren, and Adam Beyer.