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Indian Spirit Festival 2020

  • Ludwigslust, Eldena, Germany
  • 27-31 August 2020
Indian Spirit Festival 2020

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How it works

Booking for a group of friends? Simply use our option to split the payment with your friends.


Split the payment

At checkout, you can decide how many people are going to pay. The total amount will be split evenly so that everyone will pay the same amount.


Pay your part now

When paying at checkout, you will be asked to provide your card details to pay only your part.


Invite your friends to pay

You’ll be able to invite your friends via link or email on the confirmation page. They will then have 48 hours to pay their part in full, and we’ll keep you updated on the progress via email and on your group page.


Ready to go!

Once everyone has paid within 48 hours, your order will be fully confirmed and you will be able to access your order page.

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A spiritual playground

Indian Spirit Festival 2020 has been cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. You can read the full statement from the festival here.

All Festicket customers will be contacted regarding next steps.

Indian Spirit Festival is a psytrance music festival near Eldena, Germany, welcoming dedicated devotees of the electronic sub-genre from across Europe to join in the spiritual playground.

Promoting a holistic atmosphere and strong sustainable values, expect workshops, installations, arts and crafts, and yoga classes to be as central to the festival as the music.

This congregation, dedicated to the colourful lovers of psytrance, is an opportunity for all involved to unite and get loose to the trippiest sounds in electronica with the likes of Neelix, Vini Vici, and Infected Mushroom making regular appearances. 

Eldena is a municipality in the Ludwigslust-Parchim district of Germany.


Ludwigslust, Eldena, Germany


If you're driving to Indian Spirit Festival, take the A24 to Schwerin and then the A14 towards Ludwigslust, exiting at Grabow. From here, follow the B191 towards Dömitz until you see signs for the festival.

If you are flying, the nearest international airports are Hamburg or Berlin. From either, take a train to Ludwigslust, where the festival will be operating a shuttle bus to the festival from the station. There will also be shuttles organised from Hamburg and Berlin direct to the festival.


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