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Paraíso Festival 2019

  • Madrid, Spain
  • 14-15 June 2019
Paraíso Festival 2019
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Eclectic curation

Paraíso Festival is an electronic music festival in Madrid, Spain. Returning to the country's capital after a debut edition in the summer of 2018, the festival will once again welcome a carefully curated lineup of underground favourites to their home at the historic Complutense University.

Beyond the esteemed DJs and live acts from the worlds of house, techno and disco, the organisers are not afraid to explore other musical avenues – with synthpop, indie and alternative music also playing an important role courtesy of acts like CHVRCHES, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and Superorganism.

Headliners

  • Laurent Garnier
  • Motor City Drum Ensemble
  • Solomun
  • CHVRCHES
  • KiNK
  • Maribou State
  • John Talabot
  • Charlotte Gainsbourg
  • Mount Kimbie

Lineup


  • Bob Moses [club set]
  • Cerrone [live]
  • CHVRCHES
  • IAMDDB
  • Jacques Greene
  • John Talabot
  • Kampire
  • KiNK
  • Maribou State
  • Moscoman
  • Mula
  • Nicola Cruz
  • Orpheu The Wizard
  • Polo & Pan
  • Raphaël Top-Secret
  • Ross From Friends [live]
  • Solomun
  • Young Marco


  • Peggy Gou
  • Antal
  • Carista
  • Channel Tres
  • Charlotte Gainsbourg
  • Kalabrese [DJ set]
  • Laurent Garnier
  • Mano Le Tough
  • Max Abysmal
  • Millos Kaiser
  • Motor City Drum Ensemble
  • Mount Kimbie
  • North State
  • Or:la
  • Pional
  • Rhye
  • Superorganism

The festivals takes place on the campus of Madrid Complutense University, one of the oldest in the world.


Address

Campus de la UCM, Madrid, Spain

FAQs

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.

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