Date: Sept 25th
Loom Festival is a brand new open-air celebration of techno with a big sound but an intimate feel. It takes place at the historic Museumspark Rüdersdorf on September 25th with 12 hours of non-stop world-class sounds from Nastia, Thomas Schumacher, Julian Jeweil, Alex Stein, Victor Ruiz, Wehbba LIVE, Anna Reusch and Transcode.
Loom Festival has been inspired by the European festivals where star-studded techno line-ups meet in the most unusual locations surrounded by nature. They are famous for their mind-blowing production and unforgettable musical experiences and Loom is set to make the same sort of indelible impact this Autumn.
It goes down at the historic Museumspark Rüdersdorf, a vast park with a rich industrial history and a dream location for open-air events. Surrounded by lakes, canals and greenery, this idyllic location just outside the city will be transformed and mix raw and industrial vibes while being in the midst of nature. The party is located next to a Shaft Furnace built in 1871 so has a unique backdrop.
Says Loom’s Founders, “After going to many festivals across Europe over the years, we realized there weren’t many events here in Berlin that focused on putting a lot of big acts together in one package. So we decided to give it a go and we have curated a no-frills, no BS line-up with the industry’s heaviest-hitters from start to finish featuring the best peak time techno artists. The idea is to have the best techno from the moment the gates open until the last track is played. Headliners, smiles and non-stop dancing from start to finish – we cannot wait to see you on the dance floor.”
That lineup features Wehbba who will be debuting his new live show for the first time anywhere in Germany, as well as world-class DJs like Ukrainian powerhouse Nastia, German mainstay Thomas Schumacher, and the ever-excellent Julian Jeweil, Alex Stein, Victor Ruiz, Anna Reusch and Transcode.
Confirmed artists: Nastia, Thomas Schumacher, Julian Jeweil, Alex Stein, Victor Ruiz, Wehbba LIVE, Anna Reusch & Transcode.