Countdown to Love Family Park

Countdown to Love Family Park

OUNTDOWN TO LOVE FAMILY PARK 2019: 

FULL LINEUP, TIMETABLE, AND ESSENTIAL INFO

SATURDAY 27TH JULY 2019

10am – 10pm

 MAINVORLAND, RÜSSELHEIM

INFO & TICKETS: www.lovefamilypark.com 

MEDIA PACK: bit.ly/2RmqC1B 

On Saturday 27th July 2019, German mainstay Love Family Park returns for an almighty 23rd edition at it’s new home on Mainvorland meadow in Rüsselheim. Renowned for uniting the best names in techno, Love Family Park 2019 will showcase major heavyweights, alongside some of the scenes freshest talent. This year’s edition welcomes long-standing festival family Sven Vath, Solomun, Ricardo Villalobos.  Elsewhere, Charlotte de Witte, Peggy Gou, Jamie Jones, Barnt and more head to the festival to make their Love Family Park debuts. The 12 hours of non-stop pounding music will be spread across 3 expertly curated stages with impeccable production and immersive visuals to match.

For one day only the idyllic Mainvorland, situated along the shores of the river Main, will be transformed into a sonic playground where electronic aficionados can lose themselves in the music. Love Family Park unites thousands of party-people from across the globe for a celebration of the world’s finest techno and house, with incomparable spirit. It is no doubt an essential date on the European festival calendar and one not to be missed.

Kicking things off on the Love Stage is prolific producer Butch, followed by Drumcode label boss Adam Beyer. Next to grace the decks is illustrious producer Maceo Plex, no stranger to Love Family Park, Maceo Plex is all set to take the crowd on a sonic journey through his ever evolving soundscape. Soundtracking the sunset with his selection of deep cuts is crowd-pleaser Solomun. Rounding off the bill and closing the Love Stage is none other than Papa Sven Väth, who has been a Love Stage mainstay since the festivals conception. Opening the Family Stage is bonafide legend Barnt, before house and techno staple Karotte follows up. Up next is feel-good selector Peggy Gou, who will be making her highly anticipated festival debut. Followed by Hot Creations and Paradise label boss Jamie Jones, who makes a welcome return to Love Family Park. Global techno ambassador Marco Carola is on hand next to soundtrack the evening on the Family Stage,  warming up for revered selector Ricardo Villalobos’closing set. Over at the Park Stage duo Shdw & Obscure Shape will be kicking things off, another multi-dimensional duo will follow with a mind-altering set from Pan-Pot. Boris Brejcha is up next, showcasing his self described high tech minimal sound. Belgian techno superstar Charlotte de Witte will then be on hand to provide slamming techno selections for her debut at Love Family Park, followed by another of the scene’s leading ladies – heavy hitter Amelie Lens. Finishing things off on  the park stage is solid techno selector Chris Liebing, who will be returning to the decks for an unforgettable closing set.

Getting to Love Family Park is easy – it’s just over an hour flight from London, Paris, Milan and many other European cities for under £100. The closest station is Rüsselheim – only a 7 minute walk from the festival site and a short journey from Frankfurt International – offering connections to many European cities. The festival has also teamed up with bus companies, offering transport direct to the festival – making the journey easier than ever,  for more info on departure cities head to www.lovefamilypark.com/info-faq/anreise/. The city has a wealth of accommodation just a stone’s throw away from the festival site, with Air Bnb’s, hostels and hotels to cater for all budgets, styles and group sizes. It is the ultimate weekend getaway.

FULL LINEUP

ADAM BEYER – AMELIE LENS – BARNT – BORIS BREJCHA – BUTCH – CHARLOTTE DE WITTE – CHRIS LIEBING – JAMIE JONES – KAROTTE – MACEO PLEX – MARCO CAROLA – PAN-POT – PEGGY GOU – RICARDO VILLALOBOS – SHDW & OBSCURE SHAPE – SOLOMUN – SVEN VÄTH

DO NOT SLEEP ON TICKETS >>

SATURDAY 27TH JULY 2019

10am – 10pm

 MAINVORLAND, RÜSSELHEIM

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