Intimate, eclectic and exciting
Calling itself a festival of "electronic music and other arts", Paraíso Festival is a diverse and creative two-day event held at Complutense University in Madrid, Spain.
Now in its third year, the festival has already garnered a great deal of support and respect by virtue of the expansive, eclectic and carefully curated lineups that span not just underground house and techno, but also elements of indie, pop, R&B and experimental electronic music.
What's more, the verdant and intimate setting provides an appealing backdrop for attendees to come together over a sun-soaked summer weekend and share in the music that they love.
The festival takes place on the campus of Madrid Complutense University, one of the oldest in the world.
Campus de la UCM, Campus de la UCM, Madrid, Spain
BY PLANE: From Madrid Airport, take the C1 train to Nuevos Ministerios followed by the line 6 metro to Ciudad Universitaria.
BY TRAIN: From Madrid Atocha, the city's main rail hub, take the metro line 3 to Moncloa. The festival site is around a 10 minute walk from here.
BY METRO: Ciudad Universitaria (Line 6) is the closest station to the festival site.
BY BUS: Buses U, G, 46, 82, 83, 132, 133, 166 and N-20 all run near the UCM Campus.
Minimum age of entry is 18.
Yes, there will be access to the site for people with reduced mobility, as well as separate toilets.
No, once you leave the festival you will not be allowed readmittance.
There will be no parking on site, although there are parking areas close the venue. That said, the festival advises arriving by public transport.
The event may be photographed and recorded for commercial and/or promotional purposes – by purchasing a ticket you give your consent so that your image can be recorded and subsequently shared publicly for the aforementioned purposes.
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