The festival will take place over two weekends once again, and as usual, it will encompass the whole spectrum of electronic music.
The first weekend will be held on April 8th and 10th, while the second weekend will be held on April 15th and 17th. There will be something for everyone throughout the three dance zones of Modernity, Signal, and Forest, with significant additions on April 8th including Archie Hamilton, Cassy, Giorgio Maulini, and Guti on the Signal stage (live). Return will host the mayhem at the Forest stage with Digby, Eli Verveine, and Fumiya Tanaka, while Apoteoz and Canadians will take care of the weekend closing celebration at the Forest Stage on April 10th.
Whereas Weekend 1 is undoubtedly a must-see, there are even more highlights to be found on each of the festival’s days. On the opening day of the festival, April 15th, it doesn’t get much larger than a long B2B from Luciano and Ricardo Villalobos in the famed Modernity Glasshouse, with a prelude by Roman. In other news, Sven Vath and Dana Ruh will headline the Signal Stage this year. The Cocoon boss will also play an extended performance, so there’s a good chance his set will be jam-packed with bangers from throughout his sound spectrum. Yoyaku will host the Forest Stage, which will feature sets by team members Charlotte, Janaret b2b Varhat, and Lamache, bringing the day’s enchantment to a close.
The next day, the Modernity stage hosts RPR Soundystem, with Caprices resident James Mc Hale providing the all-important warmup. On April 16th, Alci, Madnax (Live), and SIT (Cristi Cons & Vlad Caia) will close the Forest Stage, with an official closing party the following day including Dune, Jay Fase, and Norman Weber of Luna City Express.