The outdoor techno all-dayer will make its debut on 25 September
Berlin is getting a new dance fest in the form of Loom Festival, with the inaugural edition set to take place in the city's Museumspark Rüdersdorf on 25 September.
Loom is billed as “an open-air celebration of techno with a big sound but an intimate feel,” and will take place in the shadow on the enormous 19th Century shaft furnace seen in the picture. The event is headlined by Wehbba, who'll be debuting his new live show, and who'll be joined by Nastia, Thomas Schumacher, Victor Ruiz, Julian Jeweil, Alex Stein, Anna Reusch and Transcode.
The organisers say: “After going to many festivals across Europe over the years, we realised 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 event runs from 12 noon till midnight, and Early Bird tickets are available now, priced €49+BF. To get yours, or for more info, see Loom Festival's own website.
Pic: Christian Heller