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MAYDAY Dortmund 2020

  • Westfalenhallen, Dortmund, Germany
  • Date to be announced
MAYDAY Dortmund 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.


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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.

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Pay your part now

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

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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.

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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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Past:Present:Future

Due to the ongoing Coronavirus situation, MAYDAY Dortmund will no longer take place on 30th April 2020. The festival is currently working to secure a date for postponement and more information will follow. For the full statement, please see here.

MAYDAY Dortmund is one of the most iconic dance music events on the European continent.

It's legacy long outstrips their partying peers, considering that MAYDAY have been throwing the most extravagant, hedonistic raves for nearly thirty years since it's birth in 1991. 

Whilst pioneering central Europe's techno domination early in it's lifespan, in recent times MAYDAY has showcased a wider variety of sounds ranging from hardstyle to house, and trance to EDM; Dortmund's famous Westfalenhallen has seen headline performances from the likes of Tiësto, Sven Väth, Chris Liebing, Lost Frequencies, Markus Schulz, Angerfist, and Adam Beyer over the past few editions.

Backed by immersive audio-visual production and swept-up in the sheer awe of the occasion, ravers lose themselves inside this German institution of dance year-on-year. 

Part of the same complex as Borussia Dortmund's Westfalenstadion, the Westfalenhallen can hold up to 16,000 people and hosts music shows and festivals all year round.


Address

Westfalenhallen, Strobelallee 45, Dortmund, 44159, Germany

FAQs

Dortmund airport is just a short bus or train ride away from the city centre. The city is also easily accessible by rail from the rest of Germany and neighbouring Europe.

Westfalenhallen is a short taxi journey from the city centre, or a short walk from Westfalenhallen underground station.

Minimum age of entry is 16.

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