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Hard not to love
Maifeld Derby is a multi-genre music that takes place in Mannheim, Germany.
Focusing predominantly on the spectrum of indie and rock music whilst offering a selection of the best in electronica, over 70 international artists both contemporary and established arrive to play across MVV Reitstadion's four stages.
Dubbed 'the lover's festival', Maifeld Derby is hard not to love with the likes of Deerhunter, Jon Hopkins, Slowdive, Primal Scream, The National, St. Vincent, and Metronomy playing in previous editions, attracting the hippest crowds in the south of Germany.
Add in plenty of quirks and surprises within the festival grounds, and with the festival announcing they're taking a break in 2020, this unmissable edition will have something in-store for all kinds of festival-goers.
MVV Reitstadion is a riding stadium in Mannheim, Germany. It is transformed with stages and quirky areas for festival-goers to enjoy.
MVV Reitstadion, Xaver-Fuhr-Straße 101, Mannheim, 68163, Germany
The nearest airport is Stuttgart (STR). From here you can take a train to Stuttgart Hbf (27 minutes) and then take a second train to Mannheim Hbf (37 minutes) before transferring to a third to Mannheim ARENA/Maimarkt (4 minutes). The festival is then a short walk from here (13 minutes).
Amsterdam - Stuttgart (1 hour 10 minutes)
Vienna - Stuttgart (1 hour 10 minutes)
Berlin - Stuttgart (1 hour 15 minutes)
Paris - Stuttgart (1 hour 25 minutes)
London - Stuttgart (1 hour 35 minutes)
Madrid - Stuttgart (2 hours 25 minutes)
The closest train station is Mannheim ARENA/Maimarkt, usually reached via Mannheim Hbf.
Frankfurt - Mannheim ARENA/Maimarkt (41 minutes)
Nuremberg - Mannheim ARENA/Maimarkt (2 hours 46 minutes)
Munich - Mannheim ARENA/Maimarkt (3 hours 5 minutes)
Zurich - Mannheim ARENA/Maimarkt (3 hours 7 minutes)
Paris - Mannheim ARENA/Maimarkt (3 hours 15 minutes)
Berlin - Mannheim ARENA/Maimarkt (5 hours)
The festival can easily be reached via car and there is parking directly opposite the site. There is a parking fee of €5 for each day of the festival to be collected by the car park operators.
You are not allowed to barbecue on the festival grounds however it is permitted in the campsite.
Open fires are not allowed and you must dispose of carbon (and other waste) at the designated locations.
Yes, however professional cameras (SLRs etc.) require permission from the festival organisers.
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