Techno, Trance, House and all other genres of music are one and the same when analyzing they're origins. Comparing jungle to Techno and trying to convert those who listen to one of the two is like telling me you could get a raggae, soca and calypso listener into death metal. it won't happen because they are two extremes. combinable(word?) genres include house, techno, trance, progressive and whatnot, and seperating those genres at an event wouldn't make sense. it defeats the whole purpose of our goal, which is to unite a community brought together and being held together by music.
these types of music can properly flow, if a promoter understands the chemistry of musical programming. And with the proper programming, conversion of people into understanding of different genres than what they are used to is possible and very highly likely. "(hypothetical)Have Satoshi Tomie, followed by Oliver Lieb, Hennes and Cold and then toss in someone like Mauro Picotto followed by a Marco V" and so on and so on until the music blends so perfectly all genres move the soul equally powerfully.
When Tiesto first came to town there were tons of posts about people who hate trance being "dragged" to the party, then actually liking what they heard. Vice versa to trance lovers who hear an amazing techno dj right after their trance fav gets off the decks. The uniting of the scene is what is important, and the only way to do it is to combine the music, properly program it, then put it all in one room. The crowd is diverse, educated, and there for the right reasons.
Bringing in talent who aren't HUGE names is what creates a proper vibe most of the times. Because those who actually know their music come out to party and not the Oakenfold Missassauga/Woodbridge Massive.