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HYTE NYE – A HYPE FOR ALL THE RIGHT REASONS

 

HYTE returns to the stunning industrial grounds of Shedhalle at Funkhaus on December 31st, and to ensure that partygoers enter 2020 with a bang it has assembled what is arguably the biggest lineup of elite musical talents ever hosted at a HYTE event. A roster channelled from its uncompromising commitment to the underground and the finest headlining artists it has to offer.

The Main room features among others Charlotte De Witte, Helena Hauff, Josh Wink, Joseph Capriati, Loco Dice, Maceo Plex, Marco Carola, Nastia, Pan-Pot, Richie Hawtin. Hard to imagine this could be better, right?

But it does! Coke Carbonate will host room two for an exploration of sound on a deeper tip. Ricardo Villalobos, Sonja Moonear, DeWalta, Edward, Mason Collective, wAFF, William Djoko and YAYA will play there, so probably everyone’s resolution will be to get clonated to experience both stages at once.

 

 

Now more than ever the relationship between performer and listener is key to the mood of the event, and HYTE is an event series that allows that bond to not only exist, but thrive. And it is exactly this that has seen HYTE build a strong connection with their loyal audience.

That being said, book fast your trip to Berlin – tickets, transport, accommodation – we have everything you need. Just one click away.

At Electronic Roads, we’ve partnered with the world’s most successful travel companies such as Airbnb, Booking. com or RentalCars to make sure you find the most fare services tailored to your budget, with no extra commission. Let’s see what HYTE has got for us. 

 

Book your HYTE NYE Berlin festival trip here

Till our next blogpost, have fun!

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