Techno Festival Calendar: June

The June 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 or variants)



(1 June – 6 June, Rana e Hedhun, Shengjin, Albania)

UNUM Festival is a house and techno festival, returning for a third time upon the shores of Shëngjin, Albania.

The tranquil vistas of the Albanian Riviera serve as UNUM Festival’s setting; characterised by the concept of unity (“unum” meaning “one” as a whole in Latin) the coastal celebration merges music, beautiful environs, and positive vibes.


(3 June – 6 June, National Arena, București, Romania)

SAGA Festival is an innovative EDM music festival which returns to Romania’s capital Bucharest for its second edition in 2022.

After a stellar debut outing which saw performances from electronic music icons like Tiësto, Carl Cox, Amelie Lens, Alan Walker, and Timmy Trumpet, the next edition promises to be bigger and more bombastic, inviting over 100 artists to perform over its multiple stages.

Brought to you by the tastemakers and electronic music event pioneers ALDA, SAGA Festival brings together the finest talent from across the spectrum of electronic music together with superb audio-visual production and inclusive atmospheres, creating the ultimate party that Bucharest has been crying out for.


(4 June – 6 June, Plage de Torcy, Torcy, France)

Marvellous Island is a beloved electronic music festival, held each year at the beautiful Plage de Torcy on the eastern reaches of Paris.

And with the idyllic location, scenic backdrop, creative staging and design, and a crowd united in their love for dance music escapism, this special celebration is sure to be another weekend to remember.


(10 June – 11 June, Complexe KL – Nine Club + Arena, Toulouse, France)

With a spectacular summer edition under their belt for 2021, harder styles music festival Chronicle are back with a winter instalment.

A new location and a new concept sees a handful of the scene’s biggest names from hardcore, Frenchcore, and tekno soundtrack a high octane party in Nine Club, Toulouse.


(13 June, Münster, Germany)

A boisterous programme of DJ greats spanning techno, house, and underground sounds set the standard for an all-day rave in the summer sun; Jamie Jones and Boris Brejcha lead the charge in 2020.

The city’s creative quarter (Am Hawerkamp) thrives, however, as soon as night falls with the local venues, studios, bars, and clubs keeping the energy and enthusiasm ramped up until the early hours.


(14 June – 16 June, Papaya Club, Novalja, Croatia)

Papaya Spring Break is an electronic, house, and EDM festival held in one of the most famous clubs in one of the most famous partying environs: Zrće Beach’s Papaya Club.

Papaya Spring Break starts the club’s summer season, and in proper fashion by inviting a wealth of talent spanning all corners of electronic music that’ll ensure people will be raving and misbehaving throughout the summer that follows.


(15 June – 16 June, Jarun, Zagreb, Croatia)

We Love Sound is an electronic music festival held within the scenic surrounds of Jarun Lake in Zagreb, Croatia.

Merging together the tranquil atmosphere of one of Croatia’s most beautiful locations with visionaries at the cutting-edge of contemporary techno, We Love Sound is a festival of equally immersive sights and sounds.


(16 June – 18 June, Barcelona, Spain)

Sónar Festival is a Spanish dance music festival, held each summer in the sunny coastal city of Barcelona, treating music fans to a weekend of house, techno and alternative electronic music.

Sónar champions underground musical talent – alongside forward-thinking technology, art and innovation – that is spread across Sónar by Day, Sónar by Night and its technology conference Sónar+D.


(17 June – 19 June, Praia da Rocha, Portimão, Portugal)

The Secret Project experience is heading to Portimao Beach on June 17-19 for a weekend full of house, techno, drum & bass and disco from 4pm until late.

Secret Project is an emerging festival born in the prospering underground scene of downtown Los Angeles. Fusing art, cutting-edge technology, and exceptionally curated house and techno music, the festival known for its daytime moments is ready to grow beyond its origin.

With successful editions in Los Angeles, Miami and Amsterdam, Secret Project unites music lovers alike in new cities where there are no shortage of dancefloors.


(17 June – 18 June, Ciudad del Rock, Madrid, Spain)

A Summer Story is a huge dance music festival held on the outskirts of Spain’s capital city, Madrid. Despite being a fairly new festival, having only launched back in 2015, every year has seen absolutely huge lineups packed with stars from across the electronic music spectrum.

With big-room and EDM giants on one stage, favourites of the house and techno underground populating another, and representatives of harder styles also making their way onto the billing across the course of two days, the festival seeks to offer something to a diverse crowd of ravers.


(17 June – 19 June, Modlin Fortress, Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki, Poland)

Instytut Festival Music & Art is a techno festival, held within the walls of 19th-century Modlin Garrison near Warsaw, Poland.

48-hours of non-stop music from over 200 artists will unfold within the walls of Modlin Garrison across the festival’s three unique stages – Open Stage, Rave Stage, and Panoramic Stage – showing off Instytut’s unique passion for techno with state-of-the-art visual and sonic production to accompany a truly remarkable setting.


(17 June – 19 June, Praia da Rocha, Portimão, Portugal)

EDC Portugal sees the worldwide dance festival return to Europe as they celebrate their 25 year journey with a mega European edition on the Praia da Rocha beach in Portimão.

Continually curating lineups that are they envy of the entire dance scene, Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC)’s huge lineup will span the electronic music spectrum, bringing together the best artists from the world’s of EDM, house, techno, drum and bass, trance and more.


(18 June – 19 June, Trent Park, United Kingdom)

Junction 2 Festival is back in London in June 2022 for another weekend of techno as it takes up residence in a temporary new home at Trent Park, in the north of the capital.

Its name originates from the setting of its spiritual home in Boston Manor Park – quite literally underneath a motorway – the industrial setting a perfect accompaniment to Junction 2’s gritty, but alternative, sound.


(23 June – 26 June, Sherwood Forest, Rothbury, MI, United States of America)

Electric Forest is an electronic music festival taking place at the end of June in Rothbury, Michigan. Nestled in the stunning Sherwood Forest, the festival incorporates the natural beauty of the high woodland trees into the experience.

Known for bringing a passionate group of people who share the same community spirit, Electric Forest is heading into its second decade this year.

By day fans can roam around the enchanting scenery or gather among the hundreds of hammocks dangling between the trees and pop up installations. Once the sun sets, you can watch as the forest is lit up and the magic begins.

The exhilarating atmosphere combined with jaw-dropping light displays and spontaneous secret parties, all matched with a carefully curated lineup, generates a truly unique experience.


(24 June, Amnesia, Ibiza, Spain)

Renaissance announces a very special one-off on June 24th at one of the island originals – Amnesia. With a history that runs back to the origins of Ibiza club life and Renaissance celebrating their 30th anniversary, it makes for a fitting pairing of two iconic brands who remain at the cutting edge.


(24 June – 26 June, Lansdowne Park, Ottawa, Canada)

Escapade Music Festival is a dance music festival in Ottawa. One of the biggest music festivals in Canada, every year it brings 30,000 people together in Lansdowne Park.

Celebrating its 10th anniversary edition back in 2019, Escapade is into its second decade as arguably the nation’s premier dance music festival.

Annually hosting performances from the world’s biggest DJs, the festival’s lineup is anchored in EDM but covers everything from techno and trance to dubstep.


(25 June, Olympia Reitanlage Riem, Munich, Germany)

Isle of Summer Open Air | Olympia Reitanlage is day-long house and techno festival held in Munich, Germany.

For over a decade now, Olympia Reitanlage Riem’s has hosted the scene’s big players, establishing the one-day festival as one of the city’s most sought-after events; previous headliners have included names like Adam Beyer, Nina Kraviz, Ben Klock, Charlotte de Witte, Boris Brejcha, and Marcel Dettmann.

Hiding away from Munich’s prying eyes, Isle of Summer Open Air offers an immersive, raving retreat amongst the former Olympic sites’ lush greenery.


(29 June – 2 July, Lake Balaton, Zamárdi, Hungary)

Balaton Sound is a dance music festival in Zamárdi, Hungary. One of the biggest open air electronic music festivals in Europe, the festival was co-founded by the people behind Sziget.

Attracting over 150,000 music lovers ready to party across its five days each year, Balaton Sound puts together an enviable lineup of the world’s biggest DJs.

With nine stages, the festival presents everything from EDM and house to hip hop and is located right on the scenic Lake Balaton, making it feel like a musical paradise.