Spectacular scenery and ballistic beats
Even in a country as famed for its raves as Germany, NATURE ONE takes the very best in electronic music to a whole new level, transforming a former NATO missile base into a giant, industrial dance floor.
Raketenbasis Pydna is both a historical monument to the Cold War and an anachronistic embodiment of the abandoned warehouse character of the techno scene that has made the site its home since the mid 90s. It’s totally unique, just as it is perfect for a festival of this type and scale.
Four main areas host global house stars, with tecnho, trance, minimal and hard-style all getting their fair share of a look in. Another 19 floors of club space give underground artists and young talent the room to breath and connect with crowds of over 50,000.
Up for Best Major Festival at the 2014 European Festival Awards, Nature One just keeps proving that it is still at the very front of the pack.
- Kai Tracid
- Sunbeam [live]
- Sunshine Live DJ Team
OPEN AIR FLOOR
HOUSE OF HOUSE
3km south of Kastellaun, Raketenbasis Pydna was once a NATO missile base. The site officially closed after the Cold War, though military training and filming still take place there. Nature One has called it home since 1996.
Raketenbasis Pydna, Kastellaun, 56288, Germany
By plane: Frankfurt Hahn Airport (HHN) is just 12 miles from the festival site. There are several budget airlines that connect across Europe including Ryanair and Easyjet. From the airport you can take either a 15 minute taxi, or board a special bus which will take you to the Pydna bus stop.
By train: The nearest main station to the festival is Koblenz main station, which is served by various major train lines. Shuttle buses will be operating between it and the festival site for €10 return.
By coach: There are various coaches travelling to Nature One from all over Germany and many neighbouring countries, which will be announced nearer the time.
Yes, shower tents will be open from 8am until 12am on Friday and Saturday morning, and from 8am until 3pm on Sunday.
The festival site is open from 8pm on Friday until 6am Saturday morning. It re-opens at 6pm Saturday and closes at 9am on Sunday morning. The Camping Village will open on Thursday at 10am, and close at 6pm on Monday.
Yes, but only into the campsite. Ticket-holders are not allowed to take food or drink into the arena. There will also be stalls selling, food, drinks and alcohol on site.
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