European Festivals

TimmiT

Active Member
I just spent the weekend at the WCD Pool Sessions in Frankfurt, which is now in it's fourth year (I think ) and just gets better and better. The World Club Dome itself is a massive EDM event in the Commerzbank Arena in Frankfurt, which is great is you're into David Guetta and Steve Aoki, but if you've got a modicum of taste and decency then the sister "Pool Sessions" is the place to be. This is held beside the main area at an open air pool complex and forest area and is much more techno focused. The line up was superb, Boris Brejcha, Paul Kalkbrenner, Ben Klock, Charlotte de Witte, to name a few, as well as Frankfurt's own Papa Sven of course. My mate came over for it and made a video diary of the weekend, I'm afraid he's taken a few liberties with the music dubbing, but hopefully it gets across what a great event it was. If you've never been to Germany I highly recommend it - amazing weekend!
 

stivi

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Everything mix I've heard from Fusion 2018 has been brilliant...
this, and nation of gondwana, are the two european festivals I would really love to do one day.

on a global level, burning man and universo parallelo are the ones I‘ve got on my bucket list
 

makka

Active Member
Some friends are at Worldwide Festival in Sete atm, having an absolute blast by all accounts! I'm truly devastated at not being able to get the time of work for this one!
 

makka

Active Member
Yeah I've been watching all of GP's posts with the odd tear shed! toshiomatsuura last night looked pretty magical.

Big on the radar for next year perhaps!
 

HappyAB

Active Member
this, and nation of gondwana, are the two european festivals I would really love to do one day.

on a global level, burning man and universo parallelo are the ones I‘ve got on my bucket list
You need to change your bucket list for Germany right now... :)
Replace Fusion with Feel Festival! Same people, same awesome feeling, comparable lineup with a lot of suprise acts but located on a lake with a great beach... best beach party you can find in Germany. Just watch some videos and you will see what I mean.
Another pro you can easily get those tickets for Feel. While you need some luck to get your Fusion tickets.
But do it right... come on Thursday stay until Tuesday... -> This counts for Fusion as well.
Don't bring nothing, all you need will be allready there.
 

ElrowLovers

Member
I just spent the weekend at the WCD Pool Sessions in Frankfurt, which is now in it's fourth year (I think ) and just gets better and better. The World Club Dome itself is a massive EDM event in the Commerzbank Arena in Frankfurt, which is great is you're into David Guetta and Steve Aoki, but if you've got a modicum of taste and decency then the sister "Pool Sessions" is the place to be. This is held beside the main area at an open air pool complex and forest area and is much more techno focused. The line up was superb, Boris Brejcha, Paul Kalkbrenner, Ben Klock, Charlotte de Witte, to name a few, as well as Frankfurt's own Papa Sven of course. My mate came over for it and made a video diary of the weekend, I'm afraid he's taken a few liberties with the music dubbing, but hopefully it gets across what a great event it was. If you've never been to Germany I highly recommend it - amazing weekend!
Just stumbled upon this reply. Very helpful because I'll be going to WCD in June this year. Thanks!
 

TazLondon

Member
Just stumbled upon this reply. Very helpful because I'll be going to WCD in June this year. Thanks!
I just spent the weekend at the WCD Pool Sessions in Frankfurt, which is now in it's fourth year (I think ) and just gets better and better. The World Club Dome itself is a massive EDM event in the Commerzbank Arena in Frankfurt, which is great is you're into David Guetta and Steve Aoki, but if you've got a modicum of taste and decency then the sister "Pool Sessions" is the place to be. This is held beside the main area at an open air pool complex and forest area and is much more techno focused. The line up was superb, Boris Brejcha, Paul Kalkbrenner, Ben Klock, Charlotte de Witte, to name a few, as well as Frankfurt's own Papa Sven of course. My mate came over for it and made a video diary of the weekend, I'm afraid he's taken a few liberties with the music dubbing, but hopefully it gets across what a great event it was. If you've never been to Germany I highly recommend it - amazing weekend!
Thanks!

This looks good!
 

makka

Active Member
Looks like we're going to be giving Primavera a go this year. It'll be my first time and going by previous reviews it should be fun!
 
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