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Pumpkin Germany 2017

  • Oberhausener Turbinenhalle, Oberhausen, Germany
  • 31 October 2017
Pumpkin Germany 2017
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Pumpkin Germany is a hardstyle Halloween festival set amongst the imposing halls of Turbinenhalle, Germany.

Uniting some of the biggest hardcore, rawstyle and uptempo artists from across the world, it has quickly established a reputation for ensuring a night of uninhibited mayhem.

Previous artists to have performed here include the likes of Angerfirst, Frontliner, Korsakoff, Radical Redemption, Mad Dog and more.

Lineup

Atrium – Hardstyle


Dungeon – Hardcore


Tower – Rawstyle


Ballroom – BKJN


Chapel – Gearbox

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Oberhausener Turbinenhalle is a former industrial site that comprises of several large halls.


Address

Oberhausener Turbinenhalle, Im Lipperfeld 25, Oberhausen, 46047, Germany

FAQs

BY PLANE:

The nearest airport is Düsseldorf (DUS). From the airport you can take a train to Düsseldorf Hbf (12 minutes) before taking a second train to Oberhausen Hbf (21 minutes). Once here take a bus (956/957/966/Ne11) to Ziesakplaza, Oberhausen (Rheinland) (4 minutes) before walking to the festival (6 minutes).

BY TRAIN:

To reach the festival you can catch a train to Düsseldorf Hbf, which is well connected to major cities, before following the rest of the directions above.

Amsterdam - Düsseldorf (2 hours 12 minutes)

Brussels - Düsseldorf (2 hours 14 minutes)

Paris - Düsseldorf (3 hours 41 minutes)

Berlin - Düsseldorf (4 hours 18 minutes)

Yes, there are lifts to access to different halls for wheelchair-users.

No, unfortunately there is no re-entry allowed.

Yes - ID may be required to purchase alcoholic drinks.

Yes, there are parking spaces outside the main entrance. Please note that the car park is not guarded for the duration of the event.

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