Returning to Munich's industrial halls
Contact Festival is an indoor electronic music festival in Munich, Germany. Held across three neighbouring converted industrial spaces in the north of the Bavarian capital, the festival showcases internationally renowned stars of house and techno.
Previous guests in the city's impressive industrial halls include the likes of Joris Voorn, Fritz Kalkbrenner, Robin Schulz and Boris Brejcha to name just a few. All of whom are accompanied by spectacular visuals, lighting and pyrotechnics over the course of more than 15 hours.
Converted industrial spaces Zenith, Kesselhaus and Kohlebunker (all on the same road) now host a number of cultural events across the year.
Zenith, Kesselhaus & Kohlebunker, Lilienthalallee, Munich, 80939, Germany
BY PLANE: Airport Franz-Josef-Strauss is just 20km north of Munich. From the airport, you can reach the city centre by either taking train lines S1 or S8, or the Lufthansa Airport Bus which will drop you at Munich central station. Both journeys should take around 45 minutes.
BY TRAIN: Munich Central Train Station, or Hauptbahnhof, is easily accessible from the rest of Germany and also neighbouring European countries.
Once in the city, a taxi from the city centre to the venues will take just 10 minutes. Alternatively, Metro line U3 will take you to Oberwiesenfeld, where you can catch the number 177 bus onto Funkkaserne, which is a 10 minute walk from the venues.
Minimum age of entry is 18.
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