Family Piknik announces 10th anniversary on August 7 & 8th 2021
The lineup includes Charlotte De Witte, ARTBAT, Bedouin, Adana Twins & more
Family Piknik 2019
With the celebration of its 10th edition on August 7 & 8 in Grammont’s park, Montpellier – France, FAMILY PIKNIK is looking forward to a brighter future after 15 months of darkness. Their full lineup for this open-air weekend has just been revealed: expect two days of pure extravaganza in the sun of southern France, right next to the Mediterranean Sea.
On Saturday, August 7th, ARTBAT, Bedouin, Adana Twins, Monkey Safari, Kiko b2b Citizen Kain, and some of Family Piknik Music’s most creative minds will enhance Deep, House, and Melodic Techno (including Tom Pooks & Joy Kitikonti). On Sunday, August 8th, things will get a lot more Techno with two of the industry’s biggest names: Charlotte de Witte and Drumcode’s boss Adam Beyer, who will be warmed up by his lieutenant Wehbba. This Sunday will undoubtedly be a much-anticipated gathering for all techno fans who have been barred from dancing for the past few months. There will undoubtedly be a lot of energy!
Past months have been extremely stressful for us as we were waiting for French authorities’s green light and restrictions were uncertain till late. Now we are more confident and excited about the weekend, even if we had to cut 2 of 3 our initial stages and reduce the amount of guest artists we’ll have on stage. We’re very happy about the great feedbacks we’ve received on our line-up announcement so far, it will be a crazy edition for sure and that’s the best celebration we could ever imagine for our 10th birthday. – Festival’s director & DJ Tom Pooks
A sanitary pass will be required of each attendee, as voted in France on June 9th, which means a negative test, a vaccination act, or an immunity certificate must be presented at the entrance. For those who do not receive their sanitary pass, a free test zone will be set up to ensure that all ticket holders have access.
For the weekend pass, early bird tickets have already sold out; capacity will be limited to 10,000 people over the weekend.