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Barcelona DGTL FESTIVAL is back


DGTL Barcelona is Spain’s edition of the classic Dutch techno festival.


The event will return to the Balearic seaside city’s Parc Del Forum this August 23rd through the 25th. Four stages combine the best of the summer festival vibe with that vintage warehouse feel, creating a unique set-up that brings Amsterdam to Barcelona for two incredible nights.

DGTL’s distinctive staging hosts consistently high-profile lineups, with international pioneers of techno and tech-house music supported by the finest underground visual shows around

Recent art of DJing subject Jeff Mills, Charlotte de Witte, DJ Harvey, Mano Le Tough, Nastia, Marcel Dettmann, Len Faki ANNA, Chris Liebing, Seth Troxler, Sonja Moonear, Moxie and Paula Temple are among those down to DJ the upcoming festival.

Barnt and Roman Flügel have also been added for a back-to-back set at the Barcelona festival, which takes place this August 23rd through 25th at Parc Del Forum.

Live performances will come from the likes of Octo Octa, Henrik Schwarz, Xosar, Larry Heard’s new band with Fatima and Paul Cut, and more. Ylia, Arnau Obiols and Hitch, among others, will rep the local scene.

As ever, the attention to detail extends beyond the festival’s musical program to the lighting, artistic installations and cutting edge sound systems. Book your festival ticket and accommodation nearby to DGTL Festival Barcelona as soon as possible. You’ll thank yourself later!

Book your DGTL Barcelona festival trip here


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Till our next blogpost, have fun!

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