Techno Festival Calendar: April

Keep it up from where we were! The April series of the techno music event calendar is ready. All the festivals organized this month that you can attend are listed below.

Chronologically, we compile the events that attract attention and expected throughout the month for fans and share the significant notifications with the public, such as line-ups, ticket fees etc. For more, please follow our website and stay tuned for the updates. To get information about the events or to buy tickets, please click on the event title.

(Attention! Please keep in mind that there may be event cancellations due to epidemic reasons such as possible corona, omicron, monkeypox or variants)



(1 Apr, Mannheim, Germany)

Time Warp is a world-renowned techno and house music festival that takes place annually in Germany. The event has been held every year since 1994 and has grown to become one of the most highly regarded music festivals in the world.

The festival takes place in Mannheim’s imposing Maimarkthalle, a large indoor venue featuring multiple stages, each with its own unique atmosphere and theme. The lineup of DJs and live acts at Time Warp is always impressive, featuring some of the biggest names in techno and house music from around the world.


(7 – 16 Apr, Crans-Montana, Switzerland)

Caprices Festival is a Swiss electronic music festival held in the beautiful Swiss Alpine resort of Crans-Montana, inviting an enviable selection of house and techno DJs and producers for an incredible mountaintop party.

For this spring edition, expect to be dancing across TWO daytime stages at the top of the mountains with some of the best acts in the game.

The now iconic MDRNTY stage, one of the most visually stunning music venues in the world, that sits 2,200m above sea level, offers panoramic views of the crystalline skies and snow-capped mountain vista.

The resort itself boasts a broad selection of eateries ranging from mountain huts to award-winning restaurants, numerous boutiques and shops, a wellness centre and a variety of entertainment including 140km of pistes, 100,000m² snow park, illuminated ice rink and an eco museum.


(7 – 9 Apr, Amsterdam, Netherlands)

DGTL Amsterdam is an underground electronic music festival held in the Dutch capital. The DGTL brand is a powerhouse for electronic music, hosting unbeatable events all over the world.

DGTL Amsterdam remains their flagship event, inviting thousands to their stages every year.

Being a platform for influential giants to the underground upstarts, this two day event is the perfect place to see your favourites and discover new artists.

This famous electronic festival has made its home in the incredible NDSM Docklands, situated just north of the river across from Central Station.

Pioneering the way to implement new green technologies to reduce the impact of their festival, environmental sustainability is a core tenant of DGTL’s approach to live music.


(7 – 9 Apr, Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Awakenings Easter Festival will return to the Temple of Techno to celebrate where it all started. The iconic Gashouder will be the backdrop of four Easter events: Friday April 7 by night, Saturday April 8 by day, Saturday April 8 by night and Sunday April 9 by day.

Awakenings Spring Festival will also returns to their Holy Ground in Spaarnwoude, just outside of Amsterdam, on 13 & 14 May, with a two-day festival, including open-air stages & the festival’s iconic tents. Awakenings Summer Festival will follow from 7 – 9 July in Hilvarenbeek, with on-site camping.

Awakenings are behind some of most legendary techno events in the Netherlands, bringing some of the best artists to the stage.


(8 – 9 Apr, Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

Terminal V returns to Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre for Easter 2023 for a two-day festival.

The festival will showcase some of the biggest names in house and techno across the huge venue. The likes of Nina Kraviz, Amelie Lens, Helena Hauff, Marcel Dettmann, Sven Väth, Tale of Us, Solardo and Tijana have all headlined the event in 2022.

The Royal Highland Centre is a large indoor and outdoor events centre in the Scottish capital, Edinburgh.


(8 – 9 Apr, Amsterdam, Netherlands)

After the ADE closing at AFAS Live, we can’t wait to be back in 2023 with an Easter Special on April 8 & 9! The Verknipt family is growing, and that’s why we cannot miss you guys during this national holiday. We can roll straight to the breakfast table after these nights at AFAS Live! Join 6000 die-hard ravers at Verknipt Easter!

We’ll provide a mesmerizing laser show and a line-up with the hardest artists. A Perfect combination of established names and 11 NEW artists that will make their debut at Verknipt!

This year, we’re celebrating Easter in style!


(9 – 10 Apr, Florence, Italy)

Decibel Easter Edition is an electronic music festival, organised by Decibel Open Air, in the city of Florence.

Turning the famous Mandela Forum into one of Europe’s biggest dance parties, the festival puts the stars of techno and electronic music in front of a panoramic crowd.

Expect a friendly international following, who are drawn year on year to the festival’s fierce passion for electronic music.


(26 Apr, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel)

Adriatique invite you to ‘X’ for one night in Tel Aviv on Wednesday 26 April.

X is a gathering for the ever curious, the explorers and those who ask what could be. X marks the spot where two paths cross. X defines a new intersection for music, visionary art/ists and physical phenomena.

Adriatique leads you on an immersive journey through digital and avant-garde personalized creations that transcend conventional boundaries. Prepare to be captivated by bespoke lighting and immersive visuals that defy the limits of day and night in Tel Aviv.

Ariel Sharon Park, located in the midst of Israel’s densely populated urban area, will host the X Party. This green space, while offering a break from the city, serves as a fitting location for an outdoor gathering.


(27 Apr, Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Kingsland Festival Amsterdam is the capital’s outpost of the nationwide electronic music festival series. April 27th is King’s Day in the Netherlands, celebrating King Willem-Alexander’s birthday.

Last year Kingsland Festival grew to five simultaneous parties across the country, bringing some of the biggest DJs in the world to the King’s Day party.

Draped all in orange, everyone at this party is charged and ready to hear big beats and bigger drops backed by state of the art stage production.

The festival takes place in Amsterdam RAI, a large indoor and outdoor event space with a capacity of around 13,000.


(27 Apr, Amsterdam, Netherlands)

To celebrate the Kings birthday the whole country sports the colour orange in a day of music, food and dance which spans across Holland. With street parties and festivals happening everywhere, this is a day to celebrate everything Dutch.

Loveland’s van Oranje party is a key part of this as it invites an enviable selection of national and international artists to help them mark this joyous occasion.


(Apr 30, Dortmund, Germany)

MAYDAY Dortmund is one of the most iconic dance music events on the European continent. Its legacy long outstrips their partying peers, considering that MAYDAY have been throwing the most extravagant, hedonistic raves for nearly thirty years since it’s birth in 1991.

Whilst pioneering central Europe’s techno domination early in its lifespan, in recent times MAYDAY has showcased a wider variety of sounds ranging from hardstyle to house, and trance to EDM; Dortmund’s famous Westfalenhallen has seen headline performances from the likes of Tiësto, Sven Väth, Chris Liebing, Lost Frequencies, Markus Schulz, Angerfist, and Adam Beyer over the past few editions.

Backed by immersive audio-visual production and swept-up in the sheer awe of the occasion, ravers lose themselves inside this German institution of dance year-on-year.