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Blies Festival is a event produced by the HardWorkSoftDrink crew

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Offenbach teams understand how to deliver a festival, and with the neutral ground like the famed Robert Johnson, few do it better than Hardworksoftdrink. Their parties are legendary, so it’s no surprise that they’ve been hard at work planning another wild bash.

Blies Festival is an exclusive experience that will gather a superb array of performers on Saturday, September 4th just outside Mannheim at the edge of a lovely lakeside in the city of Ludwigshafen.

Because the party is limited, it is advised that you do not snooze on tickets. The excellent news has been that the after-party is already booked, and if the day and night line-ups are any indications, the after-action will be something different.

Every one of the artists involved is wild, Vlada, Quest & Christian AB, Rona Terenzi, Mathew Jonson, Francesco del Garda, and Dr. Rubinstein are all playing to the day’s music.

The event can be followed on Facebook and tickets can be purchased here.

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HardWorkSoftDrink
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Caprices Festival will have its 2021 edition in September

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Several days were spared when Caprices Festival revealed its plans for 2021. The schedule was set for two weekends in each of April and September. Despite needing to be reduced in size, the 2020 edition had been far too enjoyable.

This September, the event will be back and better than ever. It’s already a really attractive lineup. Ricardo Villalobos and Luciano return to the stage together, providing a rare opportunity to watch the dynamic duo in action. Guy Gerber, Nicolas Duvoisin, Cesar Merveille B2B ALCI, Mathew Jonson LIVE . The traditional suspects, those that are well familiar with the festival audience.

The second lineup of artists increases attractiveness. Picnic Records hosts Francesco Del Garda, Andy Luff, and Margaret Dygas, who contribute infusions of deep, house, and minimal in the festival. And that’s just for the weekend.

The lineup is, as always, spot on. This time around, it may be even more spectacular. The setting is still beautiful, and the prospect of returning to the top of those hills is just enticing.

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Caprices Festival
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