Your ultimate guide to the winter festival season 2022
Who said festival season is over with the end of the summer? Winter 2022 sees a series of incredible festivals lined up from now to January
Summer is over, yes, but partying is not. Even if the official festival season will close at the end of the summer, from now, September 2022 till the beginning of next year, there are tons of festivals you may want to attend.
From the U.S. to Germany moving through Costa Rica, no matter the genre of music you like or where you are around the world, there will definitely be a festival you like near you. This is our ultimate 2022 winter festival guide.
Planned for the 8th of October, 2022, Rave Rebels will take place at Brussels Expo in two stages. The festival is the biggest indoor festival in Belgium and it’s in partnership with Kompass Klub, one of the most important techno clubs in Europe. The lineups are impressive as well with names such as Agents Of Time, Ellen Allien, Solomun, Héctor Oaks, Joris Voorn, and more. Tickets are still available via raverebels.com.
The weekend of the 29th-30th of October will see the return of the legendary Timewarp. The Timewarp crew frequently provides the pinnacle of techno experiences. They know how to create a great party on a proper scale, and this year it takes place over two nights in Mannheim, the festival’s spiritual home, of unparalleled brilliance. This year’s lineup includes Richie Hawtin, Solomun, Maceo Plex, Sven Vath, Adam Beyer, Kobosil, Loco Dice, and dozens more. Saturday, Sunday as well as weekend tickets are available at time-warp.de.
If you’re not making it to Timewarp because you may be in Scotland, we have you covered. On the 29th of October, Terminal V returns to Edinburgh.
No other party is greater in Scotland, the UK, or perhaps even Europe than Terminal V. Tens of thousands of people attend the mega party at the Royal Highland Centre in a variety of rooms and stages. All of the big stars play with top-notch production. This year’s performances by Richie Hawtin, Reinier Zonneveld (live), Loco Dice, Fjaak, Ellen Allien, Camelphat, Mind Against, Klankuenstler, Mama Snake, Nicole Moudaber, and many others are not to be missed.
Let’s move on the other side of the planet with Set Underground. SET 2,000 dancers participated in Mexico’s first event while being surrounded by the brilliant hues and many cultures of Oaxaca. It is now back as SET Underground brings its renowned production and curation team to one of Mexico’s most stunning cities. Dia de los Muertos, often known as the Day of the Dead event, is when it takes place. Participants include Adam Ten, Damon Jee, Denis Horvat, Dramian, Frankey and Sandrino, Gab Rhome, Glowal, Jan Blomqvist, Kawas, and others.
SET Underground invites you to transport your mind, body, and soul to La Tierra de Los Muertos – the Land of the Dead. Join us in Oaxaca, Mexico, for a Dia de Los Muertos celebration unlike any before. This multi-day music & arts festival will introduce you to the best of Oaxaca.
In order to reestablish a condition of vibrant balance in individuals and foster a community where flashes of inspiration are the lifeblood, Art With Me is a family of international festivals, each of which represents a key pillar of being. ArtWithMe creates an environment where creativity is encouraged, curiosity is rewarded, and change is conceivable in order to bring out the bright qualities within you. Join us as we rekindle our sense of wonder and rethink what our lives could actually be like.
It features local and international gastronomic gatherings, visual art installations, large-scale art pieces, renowned photographers and interactive exhibitions, kids’ programs and eco-awareness activities, thought-provoking panels and discussions, and much more from the previous year, including performances by Birds of Mind, Maga, Isiah Martin, Ameme, and others.
The inaugural Ocaso Festival took place in Tamarindo, Guanacaste, in January 2017. Since then, we have held five Guanacaste editions with an average annual attendance of over 7,000 people and more than 500 DJs scheduled.
Ocaso Festival has supported the development of the regional electronic scene more than any other festival, with over 50% of the festival’s bookings designated for central American artists.
This one’s setting, in the stunning country of Costa Rica, is motivation enough to visit on its own. To really give them a chance to shine in front of a loyal audience, it also offers one stage and one performer at a time. Watch for this year’s headlining announcements soon.