First site map
Take a look at our first site map. Click to enlarge. Stay tuned for the full site map in August.
Subject to change. Status quo: June 2017
You can reach Rennbahn Hoppegarten by taking the S-Bahn S5 to Hoppegarten (Mark)
- from Berlin’s Hauptbahnhof (40 min),
- from Alexanderplatz (30 min) and
- and from Warschauer Straße/Ostkreuz (20 min).
In addition, you can reach Rennbahn Hoppegarten by taking the U-Bahn U5 to Hönow station. From there, a bus will take you to the festival site. Both stations belong to tariff zone C. Please visit Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe BVG for more information. Further and more detailed information on public transportation, shuttle service and parking to follow here and in our FAQ section.
Like any smart Berliner, Lollapalooza is always open to new experiences with the next adventure already waiting around the corner. Together with 45,000 festival-goers daily, our festival premiere landed on the airfield of the former Tempelhof Airport and took of with waves of cheers in 2015. Last year, we took over Treptower Park and transformed it into a colourful playground with 70,000 visitors daily. As the third instalment of Lolla Berlin is beginning to takes shape, it most certainly seems like we’re trying to become the vastest travelling circus in festival history. Once again, we’ll set up shop at a new location which will no doubt have plenty of surprises in store for you – plus, it’s the perfect setting for our exclusive lineup.
Picturesque meadows, dashing horses and the unique flair of times gone by: with open arms and hearts, we welcome you to the historic grounds of Rennbahn Hoppegarten this year. Since its inception in 1868, the racecourse has developed into a treasured destination for Berliners and the people of Brandenburg. In the past as well as today, it’s been a meeting place for friends and families to enjoy the countryside’s idyllic charm. Let yourself be enchanted by the nostalgic surroundings!East of Berlin, where numerous picnic baskets and derby dames with extravagant hats usually line the luscious 430 hectare grounds, we’ll fire the starting pistol for a smashing programme of music, arts and culture as well as performances by national and international top acts on September 9 and 10.