Wilde Möhre Festival 2018
- Drebkau, Germany
- Date to be announced
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An intimate culture of music and lifestyle programmes
Wilde Möhre is an eclectic music festival held in Drebkau, Germany. At the centre is a core of electronic music, while the rest of the lineup brings in acoustic music and bands, theatre, spoken word, literature, and talks on science and the environment.
Carving out its own corner of the countryside, close to the border with Poland, Wilde Möhre has built itself a reputation for strong community and well thought-out programming. 2018 will mark the festival's fifth birthday, and it already feels like there will be many more years to come.
The lineup has not yet been announced. Last year included Waze & Odyssey, Oliver Koletzki and many more.
The festival takes place in Drebkau amongst the woodlands and green regions of eastern Germany. Around 100km from Berlin, it is the perfect space for this celebration in the wilderness.
Creativ Center Göritz, Drebkau, 03116, Germany
The nearest airport is Berlin-Schönefeld Airport (SXF) which is around 1.5 hours away on train from Altdöbern (from where you can get a shuttle directly to the festival site). If you are driving, the festival site is only around 30 minutes off the Autobahn 13 between Dresden and Berlin.
Yes – there is a cost of €20 per car to enter the parking lot. Motorhomes cost €30 but are allowed to park in the camper area.
The festival offers wheelchair accessible showers & toilets. However as the terrain is very uneven, and is particularly troublesome when it rains, the festival cannot guarantee accessibility.