One last summer party
Lief Festival is an electronic music festival in Utrecht, Netherlands. Anchored in but not limited to techno, the festival annually presents a lineup of legends and up-and-comers.
Having its inaugural edition in 2006, Lief Festival takes place the first Saturday of September and acts as an unofficial summer farewell party.
With four stages and more areas to discover, the festival is set in the Recreatieplas Strijkviertel, which features grassy open spaces, forests, and even a sandy beach.
SCHIJN (Tech-house & Techno)
VONKEL (House & hits)
This year's lineup hasn't been announced yet, but the 2018 edition Klaudia Gawlas, Benny Rodrigues, Joran val Pol and more.
The Recreatieplas Strijkviertel is an open air location around a lake. The festival will feature a stage on the beach area, a main stage on a grassy bank, a house of guilty pleasures in the woods, a tented stage and a stage that reaches into the water.
Recreatieplas Strijkviertel, Utrecht, Netherlands
Amsterdam Schiphol is the nearest airport, from there you can get a train to Utrecht which leaves every 15 minutes, and only takes 30 minutes.
On the day there is a shuttle bus from Utrecht Station to the festival with a return costing €5.
There is also a massive bicycle-parking area where you can lock your bike. A very popular choice for some!
To attend you must be 18 or over. Bring ID to ensure entry.
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