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Techno fans, in case you still haven’t planned you festival destinations for November, here are our suggestions for festivals you should visit this month.
When: November 23-27
Where: Elmore, Victoria, Australia
Who to see: Andre Crom, ANNA, Coyu
From its inception in 1993 as a small party for a few hundred people, Earthcore has gone on to become a name synonymous with world class outdoor festivals. Over the past 20 years the forests and National Parks around Melbourne have played host to Earthcore events, now it’s time to rise once again. Earthcore has cemented itself as one of the most progressive festivals in Australia and it’s audience continues to grow and diversify, appealing to people from all walks of life. What brings all these people together is their love of music and a thirst for a unique experience, all in the beautiful Australian outdoors – the way mother nature intended.
When: November 17-26
Where: Bangkok, Thailand
Who to see: Tiga, HVOB, Derrick May, Cashmere Cat
Bangkok welcomes its first urban underground music festival as Beamfest debuts this November. Spawning across two weekends, the festival is central Bangkok’s famed nightclub complex Beam’s first festival venture, featuring music from the likes of Flight Facilities, A$AP Nast, Cashmere Cat, Skream, Tiga, HVOB and Teenage Mutants; plus collaborations with international brands like Kitsune Club Night, Red Light Radio, Soulection , Tiki Disco and Yeti Out.
Lost In Space Festival
When: November 17-19
Where: Timisoara, Romania
Who to see: LEON, Matthias Tanzmann, Alex Kennon
Taking place in Romania on 17th – 19th November, the festival’s 2017 edition will see the club Database transformed into an exploration of electronic music; welcoming notable global and regional artists.
When: November 25
Where: De Vasim Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Who to see: DJ Tennis, Dasha Rush, DVS1
Disco, techno, house—it’s all on the menu at Herfstdrift Festival 2017, with the likes of Antal, Dr. Rubinstein, Dasha Rush, Ben UFO and DVS1 performing across seven stages.
When: November 25
Where: Genova, Italy
Who to see: Chris Liebing, Joseph Capriati, Len Faki, Jeff Mills, Guti, Nina Kraviz
One of the most interesting events in Italy celebrates its tenth edition. This November promoter of the Liguria reference techno festival are bringing some of the most notable names of the scene.