Techno Festival Calendar: November

The November 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 November – 31 December, Manchester, UK)

The Warehouse Project, or WHP as it’s commonly known, is a series of club nights that take place between September and January. Held each year in Manchester, these events feature producers, artists, bands, and DJs from diverse genres of electronic music.

As we get deeper into Autumn, WHP22 starts to roll with some of their big club shows, including a DnB masterclass with Metropolison Saturday 23 September, featuring Chase & Status and Andy C; followed by an army of house and techno stalwarts stepping up for Welcome to the Warehouse on Saturday 1 October, spearheaded by Joseph Capriati, The Martinez Brothers, Loco Dice, Seth Troxler and many more. Plus, The Ape Birthday on Friday 7 October will bring in some of the UK’s leading names.


(10 November, Katowice, Poland)

MAYDAY Poland is a one-day electronic music festival held at the Spodek Arena in Katowice. Three separate stages will once again offer loads of true, juicy and timeless techno, while stunning laser and LED lighting shows will unleash a true sensual extravaganza in your minds.

Mayday Poland celebrates its uniqueness for 20 years now, but it is the music, the passion and the unique experience shared by over ten thousand people gathered in the Spodek Arena, that have always been their trademark. The festival has become one of the country’s biggest, most beloved festivals, and a staple of the European dance festival circuit in its own right.


(11 November – 12 November, Belgrade, Serbia)

No Sleep Festival is coming back to Belgrade for its fourth edition. After only two editions, No Sleep has already been named Best New Festival in January 2020 at the prestigious European Festival Awards.

During the weekend’s 48 hours the festival features both leading global electronic music performers and upcoming stars, with various artists from the regional and domestic scene. Nina Kraviz and Indira Paganoto, two superwomen of the global electronic music scene, are among the first names announced.

The No Sleep Festival also features daily parties, afterparties and workshops, as well as a music conference with panel discussions on some of the most current issues concerning the local and global electronic scene.


(18 November – 27 November, Verbier, Switzerland)

Covering both weekends, Polaris Festival will be extended on numerous days. Polaris Festival is back in the luxurious village of Verbier this Winter, presenting a special “Hors-Série” concept over two weekends.

Polaris festival offers spectacular views and an exceptional dance music lineup, with a roster of techno DJs, that match the unrivalled quality of the skiing.

It is hard to find a festival that compares to Polaris, with sounds from the main stage filling the slopes, and unbelievable vistas from the Mouton Noir Stage, which sits on top of a ski lift.


(25 November – 27 November, London, UK)

Afterlife events at London’s Printworks have been expanded to include a third performance. They will now be held on November 25, 26, and 27. Friday 25th November will feature an exclusive line up including two special appearances: Anyma presents Genesys and MRAK presents We Don’t Follow.

Tale Of Us’ event concept Afterlife is one of the most highly anticipated shows in Printworks history. Their state-of-the-art visuals have captured the attention of thousands from around the world and their increasing interest in the wider spectrum of digital arts and cutting-edge tailor-made production, immersive visuals, bespoke lighting and laser installations will take you on an unforgettable journey.


(26 November, Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Verknipt is an Amsterdam party institution focusing on house, techno and dance music, and has been pushing the Dutch party scene forward since 2012, promoting local and up-and-coming talent in the process.

Over the past years the organisation has shown her face all over the country, conquering the hearts of fans all over the Netherlands.

Verknipt Hard Special will be their biggest indoor event, with huge laser show and Led screen with freaky visuals.