A list with the best techno festivals in Germany. All festivals are organised in the summer of 2023, focus on electronic music, include camping and are not further than 3 hours from Berlin.
Visiting festivals are the highlights of the year for many people. Enjoying great music, having a good time with your friends and getting away from the daily stress is just a wonderful feeling. When it comes to music festivals, Germany has a lot to offer. Thousands of music festivals are organised each year. If you like electronic music you came to the right place because this post lists the best techno festivals in Germany in 2023.
Why visit a techno festival in Germany?
German techno festivals are unique. It’s not without a reason that people from all over the world visit them. Here are the main reasons why you should visit a techno festival in Germany:
- Affordable: Electronic festivals in Germany are affordable. You usually pay about 50€ per day and that’s less than most other western countries.
- Bring your own liquor: In most other countries you can only bring your own liquor to the campsite. On most techno festivals in Germany you can bring that liquor to the dance-floor too.
- Great line-ups: When it comes to techno and other electronic music, Germany offers loads of talented DJs and many of them are excited to play at techno festivals in the summer of 2023.
- Friendly Atmosphere: Sustainability, mutual respect and taking care of each other are very important values on electronic festivals. We can confirm that the festivals in this list offer a friendly and peaceful atmosphere.
The best electronic music festivals in Germany
As the title implies, all festivals in this list focus mainly on electronic music. Techno, electro and house often have a dedicated stage but on most festivals you also will find smaller stages with other electronic music styles like trance, disco, dubstep, drum & bass and more. Some of the larger festivals have a stage for bands. The ranking in this post is mainly based on the price per day, the atmosphere, the quality of the line-up and the location.
To make it easy to compare the techno festivals in Germany, you can also jump to the overview of all information at the end of this post.
2. Wilde Möhre Festival
3. Feel Festival
4. Nation of Gondwana
5. Mit Dir Festival
7. 3000 Grad Festival
01. Fusion Festival 2023
If you ever have read an article about the best festivals in the world you must have noticed that the German festival called Fusion is almost always featured in the top 14. Fusion (or Фузион) is different from any other festival in the world and we would recommend everybody to visit it at least once. The first edition of this German festival was organised in 1997 and the location has always been a military basis called Lärz. About 150km from Berlin around than 70.000 people come together to forget about their daily lives and have a good time.
The best techno festival in Germany in 2023
It is hard to explain what makes Fusion Festival the best German festival. It might be the fact that you can choose between 20 different stages with great electronic DJs. Or maybe it’s the huge amount of other entertainment like karaoke, workshops, stand-up comedy and poetry-slams. But in the end we believe it’s mainly the unique vibe that makes the real difference. On this electronic festival everything seems to be allowed but nobody is misbehaving. It’s this laidback atmosphere with almost no rules which is unique.
More than 5 days of dance festival for 220€
Just like the parties in Berlin, Fusion has extreme opening hours. The official line-up starts on Thursday and keeps going until Monday. But you are allowed on the campsite on Wednesday already and there are small after-parties until almost one week after that. The price of a ticket for Fusion Festival is 220€ which is quite a bit but if you break it down it’s less than 50€ per day.
Why visit the Fusion Festival?
Twenty different stages, a great line-up and an official line-up from Thursday until Monday. Then of course there is the unique atmosphere: The Fusion Festival is different from other festival and that makes it attractive.
Name: Fusion Festival
Distance from Berlin: 157 km
Date: 28.06.2023 – 02.07.2023
Amount of days: 5-7 days
Amount of Visitors: 60.000 visitors
Music Styles: 80% DJs, 20% Bands/Artists
Line-Up: Will be published a week before the festival
02. Wilde Möhre Festival
About 120km south of Berlin you can find a forest in which the Wilde Möhre is organised every year. The first edition was organised in 2013 and in our opinion this German festival gets better every year. It showed so much dedication that this festival even took place in the tough Corona-year 2020. The organisers just makes many great choices and really listen to their visitors. One great choice was sticking to several smaller editions of Wilde Möhre instead of having one annual editions which was quite crowded.
Choose which Wilde Möhre fits you best
As mentioned above, there will be several editions of the Wilde Möhre festival. They all offer electronic music but besides that they have a slightly different focus. There is usually a stage with techno but also some stages with more melodic electronic music. Last year talented DJs like Bebetta, Isabeau Fort and David Jach were performing. Besides music you can play table-tennis, eat some great vegetarian food and join things like karaoke and workshops. Here are the Wilde Möhre editions in 2023:
- Seelenschaukel – 28.07. – 31.07.2023
Besides DJs you can enjoy Workshops focused on Body & Soul (e.g. Meditation, Yoga)
- Klimperkiste – 11.08. – 14.08.2023
Besides DJs there will also be Bands and other live-acts and DIY-Workshops
- Maskenball – 18.08. – 21.08.2023
Besides DJs you will be able to enjoy performances and inspiring presentation
Why visit Wilde Möhre Festival?
For us it feels more relaxed to be on a smaller festival like Wilde Möhre. You will meet the same people more than once and find your friends when you lost them (which always happens). The fact that the organisation actually listens to it’s visitors might be an even stronger argument to go here.
Name: Wilde Möhre Festival
Distance to Berlin: 120 km
Dates: 3 editions on different dates (see above)
Amount of Days: 3
Amount of Visitors: Around 5.000
Music-Styles: Techno, House, Electro, Bands
03. Feel Festival 2023
A German festival with one of the best locations is the Feel Festival. It’s located directly at the water of the Bergheider See and you can dance and camp on the beach of that water. Besides water the Feel Festival also has several stages in a forest and a versatile program with workshops, performances and other forms of entertainment. The Feel Festival really deserved a top-3 spot in this list with best festivals in Germany.
More than 20 different stages – Electronic music & Bands
The Feel Festival offers around 20 different stages. About 15 are solely used for music and others are used for presentations and other performances. There is also one stage which is basically used as a cinema. The music-stages mainly focus on electronic music but you can also enjoy bands at this German festival. In the last years names like Claptone, Giant Rooks, Pan-Pot, Oliver Koletzki, Mighty Oaks played on this festival.
If you want to learn more you can read our full review of Feel Festival 2016.
Why visit Feel Festival 2023?
Feel Festival has one of the most beautiful location of all German festivals in 2023. Dancing on the beach and camping directly at the water is just something special. Besides that Feel Festival offers many different stages and music styles.
Name: Feel Festival
Distance to Berlin: 130 km
Date : 13-17 July 2023
Amount of Visitors: 10.000
Amount of days: 3,5
Music Styles: Mainly electronic, one stage for bands
Line-up: Not available before the festival
04. Nation of Gondwana
Another remarkable techno festival in Germany is called Nation of Gondwana. The first edition was organised in 1995 which makes it the oldest festival in our list. Every year around 10.000 people visit this dance festival at the Waldsee in Grünefeld, which is only 60km from Berlin. The festival officially starts on Friday 15.00 and keeps going until Sunday 21.00. You could say that Nation of Gondwana focuses on quality over quantity. By the way: It’s pretty awesome that you can park your car directly next to your tent on this dance festival near Berlin.
Techno festival near Berlin
Nation of Gondwana offers its visitors four different stages. It’s mainly a techno festival but you will also hear some house, trance and disco. You could compare the music on Nation of Gondwana with the music of the nightlife in Berlin. The most popular floor of Nation is located directly at the water: You can dance directly in the soft sand and take a refreshing dive too. Nation of Gondwana mainly focuses on delivering the best music-experience with the best sound systems and lights and not so much on side-activities like workshops. The ticket-sale of Nation of Gondwana starts in April 2023 and the tickets were priced at 169€ last year.
You can read more in our review of Nation of Gondwana 2022.
Why visit Nation of Gondwana?
For people who love harder electronic music, Nation of Gondwana is probably the best techno festival in Germany. The organisation focuses on the core of every festival: Delivering great artists and a good sound. If you live in Berlin its great that Nation of Gondwana is only 45 minutes away.
Name: Nation of Gondwana
Distance from Berlin: 60 km
Date: 21-23 July 2023
Amount of Visitors: 10.000
Amount of days: 2,5
Music Styles: Techno, House, Electro, Downbeat
05. Mit Dir Festival 2023
When you like to visit an intimate festival, you should consider the Mit Dir Festival in the south of Berlin. This festival only sells 2.500 tickets and is totally non-commercial. The organisation is a group of friends who mainly want to have a good time and not loose money on the festival. The visitors follow the great example of the organisation and ensure a fantastic vibe.
Intimate festival with 3 stages
Mit Dir Festival offers tree dance floors and one alternative stage on which you can find a versatile program with things like karaoke, poetry-slams and interactive activities. The festival will be organised close to a lake so going for a swim in the hot month of July is not a problem. The line-up of Mit Dir Festival is similar to the DJs which you will be able to see in Berliner clubs like the Sisyphos, About:Blank and Ritter Butzke. The last couple of years DJs like Reinier Zonneveld, Marcus Meinhardt and Jan Oberlaender have been performing here.
Why visit Mit Dir Festival?
Mit Dir Festival is an intimate festival with a lovely vibe and a non-commercial attitude. If you are not looking for a massive festival with many stages but just want to have a good time, the Mit Dir Festival might be perfect for you.
Name: Mit Dir Festival
Distance to Berlin: 110 km
Date: 27 – 30 July 2023
Ticket-Price: Last phase 175€
Amount of Visitors: 2.500
Amount of Days: 3
Music Styles: Mainly electronic music
Line-up: Not available yet
06. Wurzelfestival 2023
A techno festival in east Germany which you might not have heard about before is called The Wurzelfestival. This festival takes place in the so called Secret Forest which offers nice scenarios as you can see in the image below. There are 6 music-stages with electronic music and 3 more locations for activities, performances and shows. Every year approximately 8000 visit the Wurzel Festival and in 2023 this German festival celebrates its 10th anniversary.
German techno festival with plenty of other electronic music
On the floors of the Wurzel Festival you can find a wide range of music-styles. Besides the usual Techno, House and Electro you can enjoy less mainstream styles like Afrohouse, Synth Pop, Dubstep, Psytrance and Drum & Bass. We visited the Wurzel Festival in 2018 and can recommend visiting this electronic music festival to everyone does not need 70.000 people like Fusion or famous names on the line-up like Garbicz.
Why visit the Wurzel Festival?
A festival in the middle of the forest with a wide range of music styles. If your friends like to listen to different sorts of electronic music, this festival could be perfect for you. We personally also love the size and the fact that this techno festival is only 80km away from Berlin.
Name: Wurzel Festival
Distance to Berlin: 70 km
Date: 08 – 11 June 2023
Ticket-Price: 175 – 185 Euro
Amount of visitors: 5.500
Amount of days 3-4
Dance Floors: 10
Music Styles: Mainly Electronic music & some oldies, raggae and disco
Line-up: Not available yet
07. 3000 Grad Festival
A lovely smaller festival about 140km south of Berlin, is called the 3000 Grad Festival. The vibe on this festival is very friendly and this might be related to the amount of visitors: About 4500 people visit this festival every year and the reviews are solely positive. Smaller festivals like this are great because you will meet the same people several times and you do not have to walk far between stages. If you want to enjoy several days of open-air festival, you might want to consider visiting the 3000 Grad Festival.
Electronic music festival with bands and live performances
The 3000 Grad Festival offers a nice mix of talented DJs and a bunch of bands & live-acts, The line-up for 2023 is not published yet but last couple of years names like Dole & Kom, Judith van Waterkant, Kollektiv Ost, Super Flu and Pan-Pot have been playing here. It is organised directly next to a lake just like many other electronic festivals in 2023. The tickets can be bought for 179€ and this German festival will take place from 11 till 13 August.
Why visit 3000 Grad Festival?
Talk to someone who has visited this German festival before and they will tell you that 3000 Grad Festival is an awesome festival with a great atmosphere. The location is great, the line-up is solid and the tickets are reasonably priced.
Name: 3000 Grad Festival
Distance to Berlin: 135 km
Date: 11 – 13 August 2023
Amount of Visitors: 4.500
Amount of days: 2-3
Music Styles: DJs and Bands
Line-up: Not published yet
08. Garbicz Festival 2023
A festival which is located across the Polish border but still only 135km from Berlin is called Garbicz Festival. It is is located directly at a water, which makes it a perfect place to be in August. Every year around 7.000 people visit the Garbicz-Festival which makes it medium-sized compared to the other festivals in Germany. The image below shows the beautiful location and should get you excited about the festival season.
Famous Techno DJs from all over the world
Garbicz offers a mix of electronic music styles on several stages. On previous editions techno-DJs like RØDHÅD, Seth Troxler, AndHim and Ricardo Villalobos have been performing here. This means you can expect music similar to the techno-clubs in Berlin.
One of the most expensive German festivals
The Garbicz Festival is the most expensive German festival in this list. The tickets can be bought for 390-480€ depending how early you decide. A free bus-ride from Berlin and 80€ worth of wristband-credit are included in the ticket but that does not change the fact that it’s twice as expensive as most German festivals in 2023.
So why visit Garbicz Festival anyway?
As the image above shows, Garbicz is organised on a fantastic spot in Poland. Besides that the DJs who will be performing here are known all over the world. So if you do not mind to spend a bit more money on a festival, consider visiting Garbicz in Poland.
Name: Garbicz Festival
Distance to Berlin: 135 km
Date: 2-7 August 2023
Amount of Visitors: 7.000
Amount of days: 4
Music Styles: Electronic Music
Line-up: Not published yet
09. Praerie Festival 2023
The Praerie Festival will be organised in the last weekend of July and is located about 150km north of Berlin. It’s one of the newer festivals but most feedback from the last years is very positive. With 2000 visitors it’s one of these cosy festivals with a great atmosphere. You meet the same people more than once and everybody is laidback and friendly. A small Bimmelbahn takes you to a lake for a refreshing dive in the water.
Solid line-up with mainly German DJs
Part of the line-up for the summer of 2023 has been published already. Names like Oliver Koletzki, Jan Oberlaender, Andreas Henneberg and Bonnie Ford will make sure there is plenty of great electronic livesets. Besides electronic music there are also some live-acts and plenty of workshops. There are 4 different floors to choose from. The tickets for the Praerie Festival started at 99€ (early-bird) and can currently be bought for 150€ (late bird).
Why visit Praerie Festival?
A smaller festival with a solid line-up, a great vibe and a green location. Although Praerie is one of the newer festival it is making a name for itself fast. From our experience it’s always great to visit an upcoming festival in the first years.
Name: Praerie Festival 2023
Distance from Berlin: 168 km
Date: 28-30 July 2023
Amount of Visitors: 2.000
Amount of days: 3
Music-styles: Mainly DJs
Line-up: Andreas Henneberg, Bonnie Ford, Oliver Koletzki, Foolik, Alex Stein, Jan Oberlaender.
10. VËRYL Festival
The VËRYL Festival is organised near Berlin in a town called Werneuchen. It will take you about 30 minutes by car but you can also take the free shuttle-bus from Berlin. Besides high-quality music you will also be able to enjoy a wide range of workshops and a swimming pool. The VËRYL Festival also takes festival-food to the next level by offering a three-course-dinner on Thursday and Friday.
House, Techno, Workshops and more
At the VËRYL Festival you will be able to dance on 3 different stages with mainly techno and house music. Last year talented DJs like Job Jobse, DJ Tennis and Roi Perez were performing on this dance festival. The tickets can be bought for 119€ which makes it one of the cheaper techno festivals in this list.
Why visit VËRYL Festival?
If you are looking for a festival close to Berlin, the VËRYL Festival should be on your list. It’s very convenient to not travel hours to a festival (especially on the way back with a hangover). A solid line-up, a fair price and plenty of workshops and side-activities make the offer of VËRYL Festival complete.
Name: VËRYL Festival
Distance from Berlin: 30 km
Date: 24-27 August 2023
Amount of Visitors: 2.000
Amount of days: 3
Music-styles: Electronic Music
11. Melt Festival
In 1997, more than 20 years ago, some of the most famous German festivals was organised for the first time. The Melt Festival is located at an abandoned colliery which goes by the name Ferropolis. The Ferropolis is often referred to as the City of Iron because a lot of large machines and old cranes can still be found on this island. This might not sound spectacular at first, but the island is a very unique location for a festival. Besides the nice location Melt also offers 12 different stages with many famous headliners in all sorts of music-categories.
Famous names – Versatile music styles
Compared to other festivals in this list, Melt can be called a more commercial festival. The headliners, the large sponsors and the prizes differ to festivals like Mit Dir Festival,Fusion and Nation of Gondwana. But this is not necessarily a bad thing: If you like headliners like Bicep, Solomun, Boys Noize, Marcel Dettmann and many more will be performing in the summer of 2023. Melt used to be one of the more expensive festivals but the price has stayed stable the last couple of years and with 169€ it’s one of the more affordable festivals in 2023.
Wanna read more about Melt? Check out our Festival-Review from 2015.
Why visit Melt Festival?
If you and your friends want to listen to more than just electronic music, Melt might be the best festival in 2023 for you. The 12 stages offer a wide range of different music styles and Ferropolis is a great location.
Name: Melt Festival 2023
Distance from Berlin: 137 km
Date: 8-11 June 2023
Amount of Visitors: 20.000
Amount of days: 3
Music-styles: Mix of DJs, Bands and Artists
Line-up: Bicep, Solomun, Southstar, Boys Noize, Marcel Dettmann
12. Jubel Jahre Festival 2023
A small festival which is organised in Galenbeck (just like Praerie Festival) is called Jubel Jahre. The festival will be organised for the 3rd time this summer and the first editions have been a great success. Mainly the great atmosphere, the uncomplicated arrival and the music are praised by the previous visitors.
2 Dancefloors from Friday till Sunday
The Jubel Jahre Festival offers 2 dance-floors with mostly electronic music. The stages open on Friday 12.00 and close on Sunday 20.00. This makes it a bit shorter than most other dance festivals in this list. But the good thing is that it’s affordable: If you manage to find 4 friends you only pay 555€ for 5 tickets which is a fair price.
Why visit Jubel Jahre?
A cosy festival with only 1000 visitors and a great vibe. If you buy tickets with a group of friends it’s one of the cheapest techno festivals in Germany.
Name: Jubel Jahre 2023
Distance from Berlin: 168 km
Date: 16-18 June 2023
Ticket-Price: 144€ (Group ticket 111€)
Amount of Visitors: 1.000
Amount of days: 2
Music-styles: Electronic Music
13. Habitat Festival
The Habitat Festival is a festival which mainly focuses on electronic music and is organised in Hamburg. From Berlin you need about 2,5 hours by train. Habitat is shorter than the other German festivals in this list because it starts on Saturday around 14.00 and ends on Sunday 22.00. Last year no camping was included in the ticket but the organisation promised us they are trying to change this for the summer of 2023. This is great for the people who like to lay down before they travel home.
32 hours of techno in Hamburg
As mentioned above, the Habitat Festival is a bit different than the other techno festivals in this list: It’s basically a non-stop rave of 32 hours. As mentioned the Habitat is a bit shorter but this is also represented in the ticket-prices: Tickets can be bought for 55€ (Early Bird) which makes it the cheapest techno festival in this list. Last year Techno-DJs like Ellen Allien, Joseph Disco, Bloody Mary and Annett Gapstream performed on this techno festival in Germany.
Why visit Habitat Festival?
If you do not need to party for 3 days straight and do not like to spend 200€ on a festival-ticket, Habitat might be the right techno festival for you. There will be plenty of nice techno DJs on 8 different stages.
Name: Habitat Festival
Distance from Berlin: 295 km
Date: 22-23 July 2023
Amount of Visitors: 8.000
Amount of days: 1,5
Music-styles: Techno and other electronic music
Line-up: Not published yet
14. SonneMondSterne 2023
The year 1997 was quite a special year for German festivals because besides Melt and Fusion it was also the first year SonneMondSterne was organised. In that year, already more than 25 years ago, only 2500 people visited the first SonneMondSterne. Nowadays SonneMondSterne got a lot larger and more popular and the last years about 40.000 people enjoyed this electronic festival. The festival takes place close to Saalburg and as you can see on the image below, it might be a good idea to pack your bikini and/or swim short.
Headliners like Armin van Buuren and Macklemore
If you looking for famous headliners SonneMondSterne is definitely the best electronic festival in Germany for you. With names like Ben Böhmer, Boris Brejcha, Charlotte de Witte, Amelie Lens, Armin van Buuren and Macklemore the line-up already looks awesome right now. More large names will be added step by step. The only reason why we do not rank SonneMondSterne a bit higher is because this festival is more commercial than the other festivals and also does not have that friendly vibe like Wilde Möhre, Mit Dir or 3000 Grad.
Why visit SonneMondSterne?
The line-up is the main argument to visit SonneMondSterne. We love the real Berliner techno festivals but if you read names like Charlotte de Witte and Boris Brejcha you get quite excited. The location is also great and the price is more than reasonable if you look at the line-up.
Name: SonneMondSterne Festival 2023
Distance from Berlin: 291 km
Date: 11-13 August 2023
Price including camping: 169€
Amount of Visitors: 30.000
Amount of days: 2,5 (till Sunday 16.00)
Music-Styles: House, Electro, Techno
Line-up: Ben Böhmer, Boris Brejcha, Charlotte de Witte, Amelie Lens, Armin van Buuren
Overview – Compare German festivals
All in all we can conclude that there are plenty of interesting techno festivals in Germany. Deciding between them is hard, even if you have read every word of this article. The table below should make it easier to compare the German festivals and make a decision. Just find out what is most important to you and decide based on that column.
Frequently asked questions – All You Need to Know
If you have any questions left after reading this post, the following FAQ might be helpful. Feel free to leave any other questions in the comment section and we will get back to you within a day.
The majority of techno festivals in Germany in 2023 charge between 169€ and 189€ for a ticket.
Looking at techno festivals which go more than 1 day it would be Habitat Festival for 55€ (early bird). If you want a campsite to be included in the ticket it would be Mit Dir Festival.
Both Nation of Gondwana, VERYL Festival and the Wurzelfestival are only half an hour drive from Berlin.
The Fusion Festival had 70.000 visitors in 2022 and this makes it the largest techno festival in Germany.
thank you for giving me wonderful information
Hi,… Can you tell me a Dance festival / competition around April or May in Germany where many foreign dance groups take part. We are from Malaysia and we would like to bring our cultural dance troup to participate here. Hope its a good event to expose our dancers.
unfortunately I cannot answer that question. Especially because it is still almost one full year away.
But you can of course contact some of the festivals in the list and ask if you can perform there.
hey Job, firstly – Thank YOU! This is the best piece ive read on festivals – I’m specifically scouting for a techno festival in Germany for this year.
I’m definitely visiting Berlin Atonal (would you equate that to be in a “festival list”?), and I’m also looking for another festival. I came across this new festival –> 18/7001, which apparently happens in the same location as Her Damit; the lineup looks good, and the location is intriguing.
Which of these 3 festivals would you recommend the most (i’ve shortlisted these) –> Greenwood Festival; Nation of Gondwana; or 18/7001 (check it out –> https://7001festival.com/)?
The location/setting and the Berlin techno sounds is the most important to me!
thanks for your comment and compliments.
From these three festivals I would choose between Nation and the new festival. Because I cannot judge the new festival yet, I can only tell you that Nation is a very nice festival. So that would be a safe bet.
We will definitely consider listing 18/7001 next year.
Can you tell me if there´s any party on May. I´ll be there in between 19 and 21
Checkout our monthly party-calendar.
Where can I find that party calendar?
do you mean the list with good parties in Berlin for the current month? You can find it here.
Just wanted to check youve heard about this new festival Akasha in June (I’m not a promoter, just think its looking like a good one): https://en-gb.facebook.com/events/126385137884637/
Hopefully similar vibes to the old berlin festival (in its arena days)
looks good. We might visit the festival so we can write about it next year.
Thanks for the tip!
Can you tell me if there´s any big party on march. I´ll be there in between 7 and 15 of march.
Wich places are a Must.. This is my first time there.
there are some big parties in March, but mostly in the clubs in Berlin. It is too cold for a weekend-festival.
Keep an eye on the our party-calendar, it will be updated every month.
Anything after September ?? No festival or EDM concerts in winters 🙁
unfortunately there are not big weekend-festivals anymore. It is just too risky with the weather I guess.
Maybe just come to Berlin and visit some great clubs and parties?
What about the nation of gondwana? U seriously cant Pick shit like Helene beach Over the nog.
They had maybe the sickest line up this year.
Besides that its real close(45min b car) away From Berlin.
I totally agree withy you, we will consider adding it to the list next year!
Thanks for the tip!
I would like to recommend the Pop-Kultur Festival in Berlin Neukölln in August. The line up is non commercial and pretty amazing. Check it out http://www.pop-kultur.berlin/
thanks for the tip!
Hi, just wanted to highlight that the lineup for Berlin Festival is from 2015 and most likely the festival is not going to take place this year because they are on a “Creative Break”. Maybe you should update the page accordingly 🙂
Check out: http://www.berlinfestival.de/
you are right, I also heard about it but forgot to update the article. Thanks for the tip!
you are totally right that Nature One is one of the best German festivals. But as you can read in the introduction, we only focused on festivals which are about 2-3 hours drive from Berlin.
Have a great summer!
Really great festival to enjoy. Lots of fun can be seen.
So fabulous mate u minks
Thanks Chloe, hope you can visit a few of them.
Thanks for the tips! We’re looking for a festival in 2016 so this will help. 😀
Great that my blog could help you decide. The article with the festivals for 2016 will be online in the beginning of next year.
Great tips – Thanks!!
Thanks for the compliment Sophie 🙂