Go hard on Easter Sunday
Easter Rave is an electronic music festival in Oberhausen, Germany on Easter Sunday.
This festival's mission is to make your head pound as hard as your heart, and with the best hardstyle, hardcore, house and happy hardcore artists playing across 5 distinct areas, this shouldn't be a problem.
Organisers make sure of this every year, assembling lineups of some of the most blood pumping, dance floor crashing national and international talent. The likes of Psyko Punkz, Toneshifterz, and Plastik Funk all performed last year alone.
Originally built in 1909 as a gasworks, the abandoned building was first used to host music events in the 1990s. It has since been rebuilt as a bespoke entertainment venue.
Turbinenhalle, Im Lipperfeld 25, Oberhausen, 46047, Germany
BY PLANE: The closest major airport to Oberhausen is Düsseldorf Airport (DUS). From the airport, catch a train to Oberhausen (Rheinland) (22 minutes). Once in the city, get on the 956, 957, or 966 buses and get off at Ziesakplaza (5 minutes). The venue is a 5-minute walk east from the bus stop.
BY TRAIN: Oberhausen Hauptbahnhof is well connected by rail to many German cities, as well as being on the line from Amsterdam to Basel. From the station, you can either get the 956, 956, or 966 buses to Ziesakplaza (5-minute walk from the venue), get a taxi, or walk approximately 1.5 miles to the venue.
Minimum age of entry is 16. Those aged 16 or 17 must be accompanied by an adult of 18 or over, and fill out a U18 form.
Yes, you'll need to show ID upon entry.
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