Techno Festival Calendar: August

The August 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)



(August 4 – August 7, Cluj, Romania)

Untold Festival is a Romanian dance giant and one of Europe’s most beloved electronic music festivals, welcoming over 300,000 fans each year to the city of Cluj-Napoca for four days of EDM, pop and everything in between.

A serial award winner, Untold took home the award for Best Major Festival three times in a row at the European Festival Awards, further cementing its status as a European heavyweight, despite only being on the scene since 2015.

But in the years since its inception, Untold has become a mecca for dance fans from across the continent, drawn in by its impeccable lineups and ground-breaking visual production.


(August 4 – August 7, Roermond, Netherlands)

Solar Weekend is an electronic music festival in Roermond, the Netherlands. With a lineup anchored with DJs and genre giants, this festival has a little bit of everything.

Curated of everything from hip-hop to hardstyle across multiple stages, this festival holds its own special place in the country of house legends.

The festival is set in the scenic Maasplassen, with plenty of activities, theatre, and sports to compliment a unique musical experience.


(August 4 – August 6, Vrnjacka Banja, Serbia)

Lovefest brings the finest in house and techno to Serbia, setting up on the banks of Vrnjačka Banja’s City Park Lake to showcase a lineup that includes the likes of Loco Dice, Michael Bibi and Lakuti inside the secluded woodland.

But Lovefest doesn’t stop at the music lineup, with the festival also laying on a programme that spans film screenings, workshops and more.


(August 5 – August 7, Kastellaun, Germany)

Nature One is one of Germany’s biggest and most prestigious electronic music festivals, with an illustrious history of over 25 years as a pioneering party festival.

Held on a former NATO missile base in the west of the country near Kastellaun, the festival-site is split into four head-floors and nineteen club-floors showcasing a myriad of sounds from over 350 DJ’s across the electronic music spectrum; techno, trance, house, harder styles, goa, drum and bass, up to the classics. You name it, there’s a rave for everyone.

Nature One merges the best and most original artists altogether with electrifying visual production, and you can see just why over 60,000 people join the party year in, year out.


(August 6 – August 7, Upminster, UK)

We Are FSTVL is a London dance music festival curated by some of the scene’s most established brands, such as Defected, ABODE and Glitterbox. Since its debut in 2013, the award winning festival continues to evolve into one of the UK’s most popular electronic festivals.

Its lineup stretches from house and techno all the way to grime, garage and drum and bass, showcased over 70 of the best electronic dance acts across eight stages, with each arena having its own distinctive identity.



(August 10 – August 15, Budapest, Hungary)

Sziget Festival is a Hungarian music festival and one of Europe’s most famous. Each summer it brings an incredible and diverse lineup of musical superstars to Óbuda Island in the Hungarian capital of Budapest.

But Sziget Festival doesn’t stop at just the music, with the Hungarian festival also laying on all kinds of other activities for festival-goers to enjoy or take part in, such as a cinema, a theatre, contemporary circus shows, sporting events, and even a beach along the Danube in which you can swim in.

And after having to take two years off, the Sziget adventure will return to the Island of Freedom in summer 2022, promising to make up for lost time and deliver the best Sziget yet.


(August 10 – August 15, Culler, Spain)

Medusa Sunbeach is a huge electronic music festival held in the Spanish coastal town of Cullera. Across six days, visually spectacular stages play host to a lineup of superstars from the worlds of EDM, house, hardstyle and techno.

Besides the stars of EDM, house, techno, trance and more, the festival also invests heavily in the production on display, with spectacular staging constructed on the golden sands, built around the theme for each edition.

Cullera is a Spanish coastal town located around 40km to the south of Valencia. The festival takes place on the sands of the Playa de Cullera.


(August 12 – August 14, Apt, France)

Insane Festival is a French dance music festival, laying on a weekend celebration of expansive and inclusive dance music in southeastern France.

After having to take two years off, Insane will be extending its festival to three days in 2022, as it looks to make its triumphant return with an even crazier, bigger and more memorable festival.

Surrounded by the natural beauty of its lakeside setting, Insane Festival showcases a lineup of DJs and performers that span electronic music – whether that’s techno, dub, psytrance or harder styles, all are welcome at the annual gathering of music lovers.

And with camping available, chill out areas, food and the characteristically colourful and creative production across the site, Insane is an event that’s a hugely inviting prospect for ravers of all types.


(August 13 – August 14, Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Loveland Festival is a Dutch house and techno festival inside Amsterdam’s lush Sloterpark, giving festival-goers the chance to party with their favourite DJs beside beautiful lakeside views.

After having to postpone their 25th birthday celebrations until August 2022, Loveland are determined to mark it with a bang with over 75 of the scene’s best artists having confirmed to join them for their biggest lineup ever, including Jeff Mills, Dixon, Richie Hawtin, Solomun and Loco Dice.

Sloterpark is a lush park in Amsterdam along the Sloterplas lake offering great views and the feeling of a country escape without having to leave the city.


(August 13, Spaarnwoude, Netherlands)

Dance Valley Festival is one of the longest running electronic music festivals in the world, taking place in Velsen Valley in Spaarnwoude. Velsen Valley is an idyllic setting that lies to the north of Amsterdam and is home to sunny meadows, mysterious woodland and shimmering lakes, that are inhabited each year by the euphoric excitement of Dance Valley.

The festival has been showcasing the biggest and brightest names in dance music for a quarter of a century, keeping itself consistently on-point. A classic one day affair, Dance Valley features eight stages, each stage with a different style of music and it’s own identity.


(August 13, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany)

Sommertag Festival is a one-day electronic music festival held upon the banks of Lake Epple, near Neuburg am Rhein in Germany.

Annually welcoming a carefully curated lineup of international and domestic stars spanning house, techno, and more, Sommertag has previously hosted sets from the likes of Dominik Eulberg, Felix Kröcher, and Klaudia Gawlas.

Creating the perfect synergy between intimate rave and tranquil lakeside vistas, Sommertag offers a unique atmosphere where you can either relax and recharge, or romp and rave in the summer sun.


(August 18 – August 21, Asturias, Spain)

Aquasella is a long-running electronic music festival, held across a summer weekend in rural northern Spain. For more than twenty years the festival has played host to an array of underground house and techno’s most respected purveyors, Carl Cox, Jeff Mills, Nina Kraviz, Laurent Garnier and Ben Klock to name just a few.

A huge part of the festival’s appeal, beyond the consistently strong lineups, is its beautiful rural setting close to the Asturian village of Arriondas and the verdant hills and meadows, that serve as the backdrop for the intimate three-day party.

The festival takes place at the foot of the rolling green hills, that surround the village of Arriondas in northern Spain, around 60km east of Oviedo.


(August 19 – August 21, Bad Aibling, Germany)

Echelon Open Air & Indoor Festival is a techno and house music festival in Bad Aibling. Year upon year, the world’s most prized DJ’s and producers are invited to Ehemalige US Kaserne, welcomed by hoards of grateful techno enthusiasts.

Set in an abandoned army base surrounded by futuristic radomes and the beautiful Bavarian alps, Echelon Openair brings together the finest representatives of local and international techno and electronic music scene, for the largest electronic open air festival in south Germany.

With five impressive and imposing stages all displaying variations of electronic music ranging from techno to house and beyond, what’s now become commonplace is the dizzying state-of-the-art visual and sonic production set amongst the location’s iconic radar domes with the Bavarian mountains as it’s backdrop, culminating in a rave of interstellar proportions.


(August 19 – August 21, Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands)

Decibel outdoor festival is the loudest festival on earth. Since 2002, it has been one of the biggest and most popular festivals within the harder styles scene.

The festival takes place for three days on the most beautiful festival site in the Netherlands, the Beekse Bergen Safaripark. This is the ultimate place where you meet other enthusiasts who share your passion for the harder styles.

This is the city that offers everything you need. Make the most of your three full days on the festival terrain and explore musical experiences with over 250 artists divided among 25 different areas.

Make the most of that famous campsite atmosphere with secret activities, the most surprising pop-up parties and an overdose of unexpected cosiness.


(August 20, London, UK)

Field Day is a London dance music festival, each year presenting a lineup that spans the electronic music genres.

Now one of the capital’s most loved music festivals, Field Day London is curated by a collection of clubs and promoters from the London music scene, culminating in a forward-thinking, genre-pushing lineup that features live performances and DJ sets that showcase house, techno, hip-hop and more.

2022 will see Field Day London return to Victoria Park to celebrate its 15th anniversary, where it’ll be joined by some of the biggest acts they have ever booked, as well as artists who have been on this journey with them from the beginning, plus as ever, some of the freshest talent in electronic music.


(August 21 – August 25, Nolvalja, Croatia)

Sonus Festival is a famous 5-day techno party at Zrce Beach, right at the Croatian shores on Pag Island. The festival is your perfect summer vacation paired with the best parties the electronic music world has to offer. The legendary creators behind Time Warp have steered the ship to the Croatian coast, for one of Europe’s most celebrated house and techno festivals.

Sonus Festival occupies Zrce’s coastal clubs Aquarius, Kalypso, Noa and Papaya for both day and night stages, while boat parties spread the vibe across the sparkling Adriatic Sea. The festival gathers more than 60 artists to create perfect sun-downer parties, incredible techno raves or laid-back house parties. If it’s a superior lineup combined with stunning scenery you’re looking for, nothing beats Sonus Festival.


(August 25 – August 28, Warrington, UK)

Creamfields Festival is one of the world’s biggest electronic music festivals. Born in 1998, the original dance festival set out to provide the clubbing world with a bespoke large-scale outdoor event, putting DJs centre stage for the first time. The festival has grown from a 25,000-capacity one-day show to the four-day camping behemoth it is today, attracting sell-out crowds of 70,000.

Covering every genre under the ‘electronic music’ banner it’s no surprise that Creamfields has won an array of awards over the years including best dance event and best major festival.


(August 26 – August 28, Hoofddorp, Netherlands)

Mysteryland Festival is the original electronic music festival, taking place in the outskirts of Amsterdam. Dating back to 1993, the festival is widely considered the first music festival to solely present electronic music.

Priding itself on offering a lineup composed of the biggest and best acts from across the wide spectrum of electronic genres, EDM, house, techno, hardstyles and beyond are all represented.

Mysteryland Festival takes place in a sprawling and lush event space in Haarlemmermeer municipality, close to Amsterdam. A classic spacious camping festival, Mysteryland has called the vast event space in Haarlemmermeer home since 2003.


(August 26 – August 28, Budva, Montenegro)

Sea Dance Festival is an electronic and pop music festival on the beautiful Montenegro coast, bringing some of the world’s finest DJs and artists from across the EDM, house, techno and pop spectrum to Budva each year.

Sibling to Serbia’s EXIT Festival, this younger sister has taken the region by storm since its debut in 2014, winning Best Medium-Sized Festival in Europe that year.

The award-winning Sea Dance festival each year gathers fans from over 50 countries from all over the world and an impressive line up of more than 100 international music stars.

Buljarica beach is the pearl of untouched nature in Mediterranean, a stunning destination, more than 2km long. An arc of soft sand and pebbles, backed by a deep-shade forest make this beach in Montenegro an oasis of green.


(August 27 – September 3, Novalja, Croatia)

Summer Peak is a week-long electronic music festival, taking place at Zrce Beach, in 4 of the world’s best beach clubs, all of which have been voted in the Top 40 of the DJ MAG Top 100 Club list.

Taking place in and amongst Zrce Beach’s famed coastal clubs, Summer Peak Festival ensures the sun-soaked summer vibes last just a little bit longer, seeing out the final week of August in style.

Inviting EDM, house, and techno’s most prestigious artists to the beach clubs by night, and plenty of lazy poolside parties by day, there’s something for everyone; you’ll never want summer to end.

A popular festival for young people takes three and a half hours with a swim break in crystal clear waters. With the rhythms of music, drinks at open sea to welcome the sunset brings you a unique experience, that will be remembered as a memorable lifetime experience.


(August 27 – August 28, London, UK)

After two sold out events last year, Junction 2: Inner City returns this August bank holiday for another 48 hour takeover of iconic London hotspots, Tobacco Dock and Fabric.

Joining them will be some of the best in techno as they curate an unforgettable day across the famous venue’s multiple rooms, as ravers are treated to the world-class sound and production that Junction 2 has become so renowned for.


(August 27 – December 31, 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.

The following Friday, on 16 September, Eric Prydz will make an appearance for his only Northern club show this Autumn/Winter season. Then another huge Saturday lands on 17 September as Disclosure return to the Depot alongside seminal electronic talents for another five stage takeover to celebrate the start of the warehouse season.

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.