2020 is definitely not a good year for artists, clubs, festivals or arts in general. Because of the lock-down generated by the Covid-19 pandemic clubs are closed and festivals are canceled every week. Sadly, two of the most interesting electronic music festivals had last year their last edition, Nachtdigital near Leipnitz and Strange Sounds From Beyond in Amsterdam. But, here are the electronic music festivals that we recommend this year in Europe. Hopefully the lock-down will not close this summer and some of these festivals will go on.
Here are some of the most interesting electronic music festivals in Europe this year.
- Pollyester (DE) LIVE
- Rochite (RO) LIVE
- Hardrock Striker (FR)
- Cos Mir (RO)
- DREAMREC (RO)
The 6th edition of Rokolectiv festival for electronic music and related arts is set to take place between 14th and 17th of April in Bucharest’s MNAC (National Museum of Contemporary Art) with concerts, performances, installations and film screenings. This year’s music program is sure to haunt both good and bad dreams, with a schizoid line up going from pure fun-driven beats to fuzzy dark performances.