Germany is known to be a haven of music, housing some of the most amazing clubs, DJs, and music scenes. Festivals in Germany are the largest and loudest in the world with millions of people celebrating together the country’s culture, beer, and food. Be it a renowned Oktoberfest or a sensational international film festival in Berlin, Germany’s festival list has something for everyone.
Since there are a number of festivals celebrated in Germany, it’s hard to decide even one. However, to help cut through the big list, here are the top 5 festivals, worth buying a ticket to.
Airbeat One Festival
Known for its extra-ordinary stage designs, Airbeat One is an EDM and hardstyle music festival. Begining in 2002 as a local festival with a crowd of 1000, the festival has grown into one of the scene’s biggest European players. Also, Airbeat One’s next level stage designs and visual production has made people come from around the globe.
Nature One Festival
Germany’s biggest electronic music festival converting an old NATO missile base into a venue with four main large dance floors/stages and tons of smaller dance areas as well. All together Nature One hosts well over 20 stages, more than 50,000 dance fans, and some of the most amazing production you will have ever seen.
Time Wrap De Festival
It is one of the most innovative and creative festivals held in Germany. Renowned for the most impressive line-ups, the multi-floor rave brings techno’s pioneers and brightest lights together under one roof. Also, the longest-running techno festival in Germany.
Sea You Festival
Sea You is the super unique house and techno festival held on the banks of the stunning Tunisee in Germany. Recent lineups have included the likes of Paul Kalkbrenner, Marco Carola, Solomun and Sven Väth. Beyond music, Tunisee is the perfect place to sit back and relax.
World Club Dome
It is one of Germany’s biggest EDM and dance music festivals. This festival mostly brings in EDM giants, such as Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Nervo, deadmau5, Klangkarussell, W&W, Robin Schulz, and more. World Club Dome has achieved a reputation far beyond its borders, attracting dance fans from around the world to Frankfurt for its weekend.