Techno Festival Calendar: February

The February 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 or omicron incidents)


Tiësto One Night in London

(3 Feb, O2 Academy Brixton, London, UK)

Tiesto is returning to the capital for the first time in over three years, for a very special ‘One Night In London’ show. One of the original heavyweight DJs on the scene, Tiësto has performed all over the world and headlined some of the biggest electronic music festivals including Creamfields and Tomorrowland.

Gem and Jam

(4 Feb – 6 Feb, Tucson, Arizona, U.S.)

Gem & Jam Festival is a music, visual arts, and gem and mineral festival in Tucson, Arizona. Heading into its 14th edition, the festival takes place during the world-renowned Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase. Originally starting as an afterparty for the showcase, the festival has grown into its own beast. Beyond the music, the festival has over 1,000 live painters, a world-class art gallery, and gem stone enthusiasts and tradespeople on site.

Fuse Matiné: Secret Location

(12 Feb, TBA, Portugal)

Matinées returns the year 2022 with great expectations. On February 12th, they are coming back stronger, again in a secret location with an unusual concept. Each host will have a special guest in the booth, always marking an unprecedented and unexpected collaboration. See you on the dance floor. Keep in mind that %93 of the tickets are sold, so get the lead out!

For The Love: Gold Coast

(19 Feb, Doug Jennings Park, Main Beach, Australia)

For The Love is a music and lifestyle brand creating unforgettable moments at incredible locations around the world. This summer, for the southern hemisphere, For The Love – Australia 2022 is visiting the beautiful Doug Jennings Park on the Gold Coast. Join them with performances from top tier artists, including global dance music icon Dom Dolla, beloved Perth trio Crooked Colours, Mallrat, Allday and more.

Overwinteren Festival

(19 Feb, NDSM, Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Overwinteren Festival is a music festival in Amsterdam whose lineup is collaboratively put together by some of the country’s biggest labels and promoters. A chance to embrace all the best things the frosty months can bring, alongside its party-starting lineup, the festival also offers beautiful winter markets, mulled wine, decorated sitting areas, heated tents and stages set up in chalets and igloos.


(24 Feb – 26 Feb, Estoril, Portugal)

ID NO LIMITS focuses on the current state of electronic and urban music. The code was revealed in 2019, showing the diversity of contemporary music. ID NO LIMITS announces an extra date from the original format. The date of February 24th joins the already announced 25th and 26th of the same month.

Fuse All Night: Quivver

(25 Feb – 26 Feb, Lisboa, Portugal)

Fuse All Night continues in this new year, and is already scheduled for February. On the 25th, the Kremlin welcomes Analodjica and Quivver to its cabin for another night spent on the dance floor. Directly from the UK, do not miss this artist’s unforgettable set. Tickets now available online and with their ambassadors.

This That – Newcastle

(26 Feb, Wickham, Newcastle, Australia)

Returning to Newcastle for its sixth year and to Queensland for the first time, THIS THAT stays true to its respected brand of party starter acts, epic headliners and full-service vibes. Always sold out, always the biggest day on the Newcastle calendar, the team bring the event North for its first Sunshine State appearance at the breezy, picturesque Sandstone Point Hotel, QLD to go with ol’ faithful Wickham Park in Newcastle.