Exodus is a hardstyle music festival in Dortmund, Germany. From the brains behind the iconic Syndicate Festival, it unites hardcore ravers from across Europe for a night of euphoric mayhem.
Set amongst the bold and imposing halls of Westfalenhallen, over 30 of the world's most intensely brilliant artists will perform to an abundance of fearless festival-goers.
Previous artists include the likes of Angerfist, Miss K8, Dyprax, Evil Activities, Nosferatu, The Sickest Squad, Furyan, The Destroyer and many more.
Westfalenhallen is situated to the south of Dortmund city centre and it's large, echoing halls provide an imposing backdrop to the festival.
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.
This has not been officially announced yet, however last year the doors opened at 20:00 and closed at 07:00 on Sunday.