Prepare to be blown away.....
Hurricane Festival is one of Germany's biggest alternative rock and pop festivals, which takes place in the municipality of Scheeßel near Bremen.
After the first edition in 1973, Hurricane has prided itself on lineups that teeter on the brink of alternative and mainstream success and is now established as one of Europe's most popular festivals along with its sister festival Southside Festival.
Famed for being David Bowie's final full concert performance, Hurricane has cultivated a rich history whilst continually inviting the brightest names in alternative rock, electronica, and pop music to perform in front of the country's most ardent festival-goers.
The family-friendly atmosphere and the range of colourful food stalls alongside the leading lineup, will no doubt blow you away.
Eichenring, in the far north of Germany, is an open green space, which includes a sand-surface racing ring as well as more than enough room for the festival site.
Eichenring, Scheeßel, 27383, Germany
Bremen is the closest airport to Scheeßel.
FROM BREMEN AIRPORT: The best way to travel from Bremen Airport to the festival site is by train. In total, the journey will take around 1 hour 15 minutes, costing roughly €30. Take one of the regular trams from the airport to Bremen Hbf station, then the hourly Metronom line train to Scheeßel.
Children 6 or under are not allowed at Hurricane, and those 18 or under must carry written permission with them at all times. This can be downloaded from the festival's official site.
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