Nature One is one of Germany's biggest and most prestigious electronic music festivals, with an illustrious history of over 25 years as a pioneering party festival.
Held on a former NATO missile base in the west of the country near Kastellaun, the festival-site is split into four head-floors and nineteen club-floors showcasing a myriad of sounds from over 350 DJ's across the electronic music spectrum; techno, trance, house, harder styles, goa, drum and bass, up to the classics. You name it, there's a rave for everyone.
The Raketenbasis Pydna missile base has seen the likes of Sven Väth, Richie Hawtin, Nina Kraviz, Paul Van Dyk, Charlotte De Witte, Angerfist, Eric Prydz, Adam Beyer, and Chris Liebing all headline in recent editions.
Nature One merges the best and most original artists altogether with electrifying visual production, and you can see just why over 60,000 people join the party year in, year out.
The 2020 lineup will be announced closer to the festival.
Former NATO missile base Raketenbasis Pydna plays host to the festival, and has been welcoming electronic stars to its base since 1996. Although now officially closed, the site occasionally hosts military training.
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 there and the festival site
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.
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