Echelon Open Air & Indoor Festival is a techno and house music festival in Bad Aibling, Germany. 2018 marks the festival's 10th edition, with Echelon established as an electronic heavyweight in Europe's festival calendar.
Atmospheric, historic surroundings add gravity and intrigue to a day that welcomes a huge lineup year after year.
Expect techno greats spread across five stages, joined by local favourites and DJs to watch out for over the next few years.
Deborah de Luca is the first artist announced for 2018's festival. Last year's lineup included Oliver Heldens, Boris Brejcha, Adam Beyer, Maceo Plex and many more.
Ehemalige US Kaserne is an NSA Satellite Tracking Station used during the Cold War. With the festival taking its name from the global surveillance program ECHELON, it acts as the base for which this unique musical experience operates.
The nearest airport is Munich Airport (MUC). From here you can take a train to München Hauptbahnhof (41 minutes) before boarding a shuttle bus directly to the festival (approx. 45 minutes).
For those journeying from further afield, it may be easiest to take a train to München Hauptbahnhof before boarding the festival shuttle bus.
Those who may live closer can travel to Bad Aibling where there will also be a shuttle bus operating to the festival.
Nuremberg - München Hauptbahnhof (1 hour 6 minutes)
Stuttgart - München Hauptbahnhof (2 hours 17 minutes)
Frankfurt - München Hauptbahnhof (3 hours 11 minutes)
Vienna - München Hauptbahnhof (4 hours)
Zurich - München Hauptbahnhof (4 hours 14 minutes)
Prague - München Hauptbahnhof (4 hours 39 minutes)
Berlin - München Hauptbahnhof (6 hours 6 minutes)
Brussels - München Hauptbahnhof (7 hours 11 minutes)
Amsterdam - München Hauptbahnhof (8 hours)
Yes, there will be various ATM points at the festival.
Those with Full Weekend Tickets are allowed to leave and re-enter the festival site, however re-entry is not permitted to those with a Day Ticket.