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Exodus 2016

  • Dortmund, Germany
  • 6 February 2016
  • Electronic
  • Hardstyle
Exodus 2016
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Germany's brand new hardstyle festival

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Exodus is a brand new hardstyle and hardcore music festival. Dortmund's famous Westfalenhallen beckons in the very first edition, pushing hardstyle, Frenchcore, hardcore, terror, early hardcore, industrial and future hardcore into the European spotlight.

The creative minds behind the incredible Syndicate Festival have come together to produce this all-new tear-up, pulling together the very best sound and visuals along with world-leading artists.

8 hardcore teams, comprising 32 of the planet's foremost artists, will take on a single, packed floor as the "most brutal event on German soil" ramps up the volume and the style.

Lineup

GRAND MASTERS

  • Angerfist
  • Miss K8
  • Outblast
  • Dyprax

ANCIENT RULERS

  • Charly Lownoise & Mental Theo
  • Marc Acardipane
  • Paul Elstak
  • Bass-D

CORE CRUSADERS

  • Neophyte
  • Tha Playah
  • Evil Activities
  • Nosferatu

HIGH SPEED SANCTUARY

  • Destructive Tendencies
  • Unexist
  • F.Noize
  • Day-Mar

MECHANICAL WARFARE

  • Negative Audio [live]
  • Lowroller
  • N-Vitral
  • Bloodcage

GUILLOTINE DISORDER

  • The Sickest Squad
  • Le Bask
  • Randy
  • Death by Design

FUTURE HARDCORE

  • Bodyshock
  • Thorax
  • Furyan
  • Crossfiyah

TRUE TERROR

  • Drokz
  • Akira
  • The Destroyer
  • Mithridate
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Along with Borussia Dortmund's home stadium, Signal Iduna Park, Westfalenhallen lies south of Dortmund city centre. It's easily accessible by public transport, and the hall itself provides a cavernous platform for one of Europe's hardest festivals to rage.


Address

Westfalenhallen, Strobelallee 45, Dortmund, 44139, Germany

FAQs

The closest airport by distance is Dortmund Airport, with Dusseldorf International not too far away either. To get to Dortmund city centre from the airport, take the AirportExpress bus which runs to Dortmund Central Station. It is non-stop and takes around 25 minutes.

From there, direct trains take 5 minutes to Dortmund Signal Iduna Park, which is a 10 minutes walk to the venue.

Alternatively, use the Stadtbahn Dortmund metro to head to Westfalen Stadion station (on the U45 line). From there it's 6 minutes to the venue on foot.

If driving with a SatNav, type in 'Rheinlanddamm 200' to get directly to the venue. Else there are direct connections to the venue through the following motorways: B1 (A40) to the A1 (Hansa line), A45 (Sauerland line), A2 (Berlin - Hanover-Dortmund - Oberhausen), A42 (Duisburg - Dortmund) and B1 (A44) (Dortmund - Kassel). Look out for the Westfalenhalle signs on the motorway.

Doors will open at 20:00 and close at 07:00 on Sunday 7.

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