A European EDM heavyweight
Electrobeach Music Festival brings the hottest electronic DJs from around the globe to the sunny Mediterranean coast in France's extreme south. There, they will be joined by 150,000 ravers raring to party for days and nights to the very best in EDM and trance.
Set in the shadow of the famous Lydia - a grounded former cruise ship that juts out of the sands - only the finest DJs will be allowed in, with past names including Tiësto, Armin Van Buuren and Alesso, who will hit the decks amongst overwhelming visuals and stage design, setting Electrobeach firmly at the table with other European dance heavyweights.
- David Guetta
- Martin Garrix
- Robin Schulz
- Axwell Λ Ingrosso
- DJ Snake
- Martin Solveig
- Nicky Romero
- Pep and Rash
- Dillon Francis
- Michael Calfan
- Eric Prydz
- Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
- Swanky Tunes
- Arno Cost
- Michael Canitrot
- Tony Romera
- Gregori Klosman
- Norman Dore
- Quentin Mosimann
- Sven Väth
- Markus Fix
- Ilario Alicante
- Cesar Merveille
Le Barcarès 8km of stunning coastline is given a full makeover, with huge stage décor complimented by an army of food-stalls and bars that dance in the sea breeze.
Lydia’s Beach, Le Barcarès, 66420, France
BY PLANE: The nearest airport to the festival is Perpignan Airport, just 20 minutes away by car. The airport is served by several budget airlines including Ryanair, flybe and Aer Lingus, with connections to London, Birmingham, Southampton, Dublin, Brussels, Amsterdam and several domestic destinations.
To reach Le Barcarès from the airport by train, it would take around an hour and 15 minutes. To do so, firstly take line 7 towards Cabestany and change at Roussillonnaise onto line 13 to Le Barcarès.
BY TRAIN: Le Barcarès main train station is serviced by SNCF trains which is reachable from other major cities such as Paris or Lyon. The station is however also reachable via smaller regional trains.
Anyone under 16 can't attend unless your are turning 16 that year, you will be able to attend with an adult who is 18 or over.
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.
Yes. There will be lockers both at the festival and the campsite, however 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.
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