France’s biggest EDM music festival
After years of being a pilgrimage spot for sun seeking holiday makers, the former fishing village of Port-Barcares is now readying itself for its biggest catch yet: a host of the best EDM disc spinners this world has ever produced.
Some 40,000 revellers will be there to witness the occasion as house, techno and trance gods make their way to the south of France for a weekend few will forget in a hurry. The festival site takes place across the beautiful Port-Barcares beach and in the Gardens of Lydia, where a great cruise ship of the same name has run aground.
New for 2014, France’s biggest EDM music festival will have three stages: its huge Main Stage, the return of the Beach Stage, which will also host a few live performances, plus another arena that the festival team are keeping under their hats for now.
Organisers will also go all out with over-the-top decorations and L.E.D. screens so large, they can probably be seen across the water in Africa. With a campsite nearby, festival-goers can spend the days in Balearic Sea, wandering along 8km of Blue Flag beaches and exploring the nearby pine forests for shade. What’s not to love?
Armin van Buuren
Let's Be Friends
Sander van Doorn
+ more to be announced.
This popular seaside spot has 8km of stunning coastline, Blue Flag beaches and a beautiful pine forest nearby.
Organisers go all out in giving the festival site a makeover with impressive, otherworldly decorations. There are also a number of food stalls and bars on-site.
Lydia’s Beach, Le Barcarès, 66420, France
There is no minimum age for attending the festival, however those under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Festival-goers must be at least 18 years old to enter the VIP area.
Only for those with weekend tickets. Those with day tickets who leave will have to buy another ticket to re-enter.
On both days the festival starts at 2pm and the last show finishes at 2am.
Last entry into the festival is at 22:00. Anyone arriving any later will be denied access even with a valid entry ticket.
No, there are no cash points at the festival, so make sure you take all the money you need. Cash can be exchanged for tokens for which to buy food and drink at the festival itself. Token exchange points are located inside the festival.
Yes. There will be lockers both at the festival and the campsite. The cost of locker rental is still to be confirmed.
Yes, there will be plenty of space for those that want to drive. Organisers strongly advise that if you take your car, you park in the official car park, because the police have been known to punish those that don't.
No. Electrobeach has a zero tolerance policy in regards to drugs.
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