Festival Site

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FESTIVAL MAP


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Subject to changes
April 2018

ENLARGE FESTIVAL MAP

There’s lots to discover at our festival site! Learn more about all the nooks and crannies surrounding our stages and take a first glimpse at our festival map. In late summer, we’ll give you more info on how to reach all the entrances, so remember to check back for further details.

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FESTIVAL SITE

On September 8 and 9, we’ll bring the party to the German capital’s ultimate event location: Olympiastadion & Olympiapark Berlin!

You haven’t been there, yet? Here are a few facts about our fancy festival site: The historic Olympiastadion in Berlin-Westend regularly welcomes 75,000 visitors to its major events from superstars like – yes! – Depeche Mode – yay! – Madonna and – yeah! – Michael Jackson!

Of course, not only the crowd trains their calf muscles here while jumping and dancing to the beat but actual sportsmen and women competing against each other. After all, the Olympiastadion is home to local football heroes Hertha BSC and provides its football field to the DFB cup final. Other sporty milestones include the Football World Cup in 2016, the European Athletic Championship in 2018 and the annual international stadium festival (ISTAF).

Suffice it to say that the Olympiastadion and its Olympiapark, the adjacent equestrian stadium as well as the the open-air swimming pool comprise one of the most impressive sports facilities in the greater Berlin area. To this day, the Olympiapark provides athletes the opportunity to practice; the adjacent Maifeld is home to the Pyronale Berlin’s jaw-dropping showdown. The Maifeld has also been graced by music superstars such as Genesis, Pink Floyd and Tina Turner – it’s a truly historic place!

So, get ready, because this festival site is a huge playground for you, for us and our ideas! On top, it’ll be easy to get there in September by taking public transport and walking a few hundred metres.