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New Horizons Festival 2019

  • Nürburg, Germany
  • 21-25 August 2019
  • EDM
  • Electronic
  • House
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This futuristic utopia hosts EDM biggest names

New Horizons is an EDM and electronic music festival in Nürburg, Germany. 

Dubbed 'seven festivals in one', the futuristic utopia merges elements from across the dance music spectrum seeing over 150 DJ's perform in and around one of Germany's most iconic locations; The Nürburgring.

After it's maiden voyage in 2017, New Horizons has become one of Europe's most sought-after EDM festivals, with brands like Q-Dance, Armada and HYTE hosting stages, and Steve Aoki, Marshmello, Hardwell, Tiësto, and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike joining the party.

With art installations, a range of far-out performers, and a wholesome party vibe, New Horizons has plenty of surprises in store alongside the music. 

Headliners

  • Martin Garrix
  • Major Lazer
  • Project One
  • Don Diablo
  • Timmy Trumpet
  • Alison Wonderland
  • Rezz

Lineup

  • Martin Garrix
  • Major Lazer
  • Project One
  • Timmy Trumpet
  • Alison Wonderland
  • Ostblockschlampen
  • ATrip
  • Cuebrick
  • David Puentez
  • Spag Heddy

Dark District

  • Atmozfears
  • Brennan Heart
  • Coone B2B Harddriver
  • Da Tweekaz
  • D-Block & S-Te-Fan
  • D-Sturb
  • Ran-D
  • Rebelion
  • Sefa
  • Sound Rush
  • Sub Zero Project
  • Warface
  • Broken Element
  • Lost Identity
  • MC DL

Trap Town

  • Rezz
  • Brohug
  • Eptic
  • Fight Clvb
  • Junkie Kid
  • Ookay
  • Slushii
  • Valentino Khan
  • ATrip
  • Flobu
  • Sekula
  • Spag Heddy
  • Twinx

Factory 49 - Hosted by Hexagon

  • Don Diablo
  • CID
  • EDX
  • JLV
  • La Fuente
  • Retrovision
  • Stadiumx
  • Zonderling

This year's lineup has yet to be announced for this stage.

The Nürburgring is one of the most famous locations in Germany. The legendary rock festival Rock am Ring was previously held here, and the Formula 1 World Championship makes a stop once a year.


Address

Nürburgring, Otto-Flimm-Straße, Nürburg, 53520, Germany

FAQs

The Nürburgring is located in west-central Germany, surrounded by many metropolitan areas such as the Ruhr district and the Rhein-Main district. There is no train station nearby, but regular bus services run from nearby towns and cities.