Interval is the longest musical event in European nightlife history. Planned as a 100 hour nonstop party, it takes place in 3 of Bucharest’s central hubs devoted to house & techno fans. Interval features 100 international and local artists as well as over 380 hours of music throughout its 5 days.
Bucharest has musically evolved into a very content-rich scene that we are proud to showcase in all its purity alongside our favorite artists and crews from all over Europe. We pride ourselves with having picked some of electronic music’s finest producers and DJs to form this exquisite lineup. The event is addressed to all European clubgoers with a discerning taste for quality within the confines of specialist house & techno music. The artists in this event will all be playing long sets, this being one of the main principles Interval is built on: plenty of time to enjoy the music, both for the DJ and the crowd.
For this to be an incredible overall experience, we need everyone who will be part of it to know that they will be going through a somewhat historic 100 hours nonstop event, with a very wide variety of amazing artists, among like-minded people that have invested their passion and time into enjoying this.
Both our partners, RBMA and XLR8R, will be hosting musical segments within Interval.
Avoiding overcrowding is a priority, so Interval is taking place on 4 stages in three clubs, each with a maximum capacity of around 800 people. The access will only be possible through 5-day event passes, which are limited to 2500. There will be no day tickets on the door.
100 hours non-stop, 3 clubs, 100 artists
November 27 – December 2
Venues: Club Guesthouse, Control Club, Club EDEN
The only place to buy tickets from is at interval100.com
Here is our pick from this enormous line-up (no particular order):
Guerrilla Soul fighter Amir Alexander, Detroit legend Carl Craig, Minneapolis’ DVS1, NYC’s Levon Vincent, Madrid Analogue Solutions boss and Underground Resistance follower Eduardo De La Calle, L.I.E.S.’ Terekke, French Techno Dement3d co-founder Francois X, Dutch veterans Steve Rachmad, Gerd, Hunee and Rush Hour’s Antal, Berghain residents Marcel Dettmann and Marcel Fengler, Crème Organization’s Innershades and Marquis Hawkes, Studio Barnhus’ Kornel Kovac, the New Zealand brothers Chaos in the CBD or some of Bucharest’s finest Alexandra, Alexandru Jijian, Cristi Cons, Dragos Rusu, Khidja, Luger, Profet, Romansoff or Vlad Caia alongside Raresh and Petre Inspirescu.