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Rampage 2019

  • Antwerp, Belgium
  • 29-30 March 2019
  • Drum and Bass
  • Dubstep
  • Electronic
Rampage 2019
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Festicket is exclusively selling the final tickets to Rampage 2019, all other vendors are sold out. The limited allocation will sell out quickly though so act fast to not miss out. 

A legend of drum & bass

Rampage is a huge drum & bass and dubstep festival held each year in the Belgian city of Antwerp. One of Europe's biggest parties, the festival extended to two days for the first time last year, welcoming crowds of more than 30,000 across the weekend.

For such a huge scale affair, it's only fitting that the lineups are absolutely stacked with the hardest hitting acts in the scene, from drum and bass veterans to the biggest dubstep names in the world. 

With so many stars in one place, and such incredible audio and visual production values, it's hardly surprising that Rampage has become something of a pilgrimage for fans across Europe and further afield.

Headliners

  • Excision
  • DJ Hazard
  • Andy C
  • Wilkinson
  • Sub Focus

Lineup


  • Excision
  • Signal
  • Muzzy
  • Infekt
  • Benny L
  • Fox Stevenson
  • Macky Gee
  • Dion Timmer
  • Koven
  • Culprate
  • Disprove
  • MVRDA
  • Feint
  • Dimension
  • Wilkinson
  • Sub Focus
  • Andromedik
  • D-Nasty
  • Doctrine
  • Harriet Jaxxon
  • Liz-E
  • T>I
  • Tekitoka


  • DJ Hazard
  • Drumsound & Bassline Smith
  • Dubloadz
  • Herobust
  • Murdock
  • DJ Hype
  • Tantrum Desire
  • Bukez Finest
  • Skeptical
  • Spag Heddy
  • Alix Perez
  • Funtcase
  • Andy C
  • Bredren
  • Distress Signal
  • Kanine
  • K-Motionz
  • MC IC3
  • MC Tonn Piper
  • M-Zine
  • Obey
  • One87
  • Phase
  • Shiverz
  • Simula
  • Skepticz
  • SP:MC
  • Youngman MC

The Antwerps Sportpaleis is a huge arena that is packed year round with concerts, festivals and sporting events.


Address

Antwerps Sportpaleis, Schijnpoortweg 119, Antwerp, 2170, Belgium

FAQs

If you're flying into Antwerp Airport, simply take tram number 9 into the city centre. Alternatively, bus number 31 also goes into the centre. 

Antwerp Centraal is accessible via train from the rest of Belgium and also neighbouring European countries such as the Netherlands, Germany and France. Some connections from major cities will go direct, while others may require and change in Brussels. 

Once in Antwerp, tram lines 3 and 5 pass by Antwerps Sportpaleis. 

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