Pure sunshine and techno
Kamehameha Festival is a day-long, open-air electronic music festival in the small German city of Offenburg.
Co-promoted by Cosmopop, the masterminds behind global phenomenons Time Warp and Sonus, Kamehameha draws in some of techno and house music's most celebrated DJs, seeing Charlotte de Witte, Loco Dice, Claptone, and Jamie Jones play beneath the searing sun last time around.
Aside from cutting-edge music, the Airfield Offenburg-Baden hosts vendors of international cuisine, and even a fairground to occupy your attention, so if it's sunshine and techno you're into, there's no better way to spend your weekend.
The festival takes place on a small airfield in Offenburg, a city in the south-west of Germany and just a few miles from the French border.
Airfield Offenburg-Baden, Am Flugplatz, Offenburg, 77656, Germany
If you are intending to fly to Offenburg, the nearest international airport is Basel. From the aiprot, take the number 50 bus to Basel, Bahnhof SBB. There you can take a train north to Offenburg. This will take around two hours from the airport.
Offenburg also has good rail links with the rest of Europe, with direct trains running from Berlin.
Minimum age of entry is 18.
Yes, parking will be available for those wishing to drive to Kamehameha Festival.
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