Festivals in Germany
It should come as no surprise that Germany throws some of the continent’s biggest and most celebrated music festivals. The country’s love for all genres of music, from rock and electronic to reggae, shows through in the variety of festivals in Germany throughout the year.
Dates: 19 – 21 June 2020
Location: Scheeße, between Bremen and Hamburg
Headliners: Kings of Leon, Rise Against, Deichkind, Martin Garrix, The Killers, Twenty One Pilots, Bring Me The Horizon, The 1975
Hurricane is a massive three-day music festival. It leans towards rock and pop, with some of the biggest names in the industry, but there’s enough variety to keep most music fans satisfied.
Dates: 17 – 19 July 2020
Location: Gräfenhainichen, Germany
Headliners: Burna Boy, Michael Kiwanuka, Nina Kraviz, Helena Hauff, Woodkind
Melt! is one of the largest open air electronic festivals in Germany, and the lineup just keeps getting better. You can expect the best local and international artists and DJs playing to crowds of up to 20,000 people.
Dates: 31 July - 2 August 2020
Boasting one of the best electronic music lineups in the country, it’s no surprise that Nature One is one of the oldest and most established festivals of its kind. 20 stages, 50,000 people and the best sound and lighting make this a festival force to reckon with.
Dates: 5 - 6 September 2020
Location: Rennbahn Hoppegarten, near Berlin
Headliners: Miley Cyrus, Deichkind, DJ Snake, Timmy Trumpet, Lost Frequencies, R3hab, Race Against The Machine
Lollapalooza Berlin ticks all the boxes you’ve come to expect from the global festival: incredible program, electric atmosphere and two solid days of the best musical entertainment. Its Berlin location makes it an ideal addition to a European rail itinerary.
Explore Germany with Interrail
Are you excited about these music festivals in Germany? You can easily include one of these events in an epic rail trip through the country with an Interrail Germany Pass.