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by Alex Brzezicka

Our favourite German festival announces the most diverse line-up yet. Spoiler alert: it’s hedonistic heaven.

There’s no better place to celebrate creativity than at MELT Festival: each year a variety of genre-benders, electronic visionaries and alternative rising stars perform for the coolest international crowd. It’s based in Ferropolis, a City of Iron, home to majestic metal construction that in the shade of night and incredible lights work, transform into spiritual creatures guarding the fun-seekers. Enter MELT ready for an experience beyond simple spectating music, it’s multi-sensory.

The first names of the line-up have just been announced and we can’t get over it. From British stars like pop princess Beabadoobee, PC Music’s Namasenda and techno powerhouse The Blessed Madonna to Berghaim legend Marcel Dettmann, and freakishly elegant Sevdaliza, there’s plenty to wait for. “With this first line-up announcement, we would like to highlight the complete range and diversity of MELT. Whether it’s electronic live acts, German newcomers, techno and house legends, Gen Z icons or even international future greats: they all have their rightful place in the MELT cosmos. We are very pleased that we can already give a foretaste of the more than 150 acts of MELT 2023 today,” the organisers state.

Over the years, MELT became a synonym for a musical feast with no boundaries. No matter what artists got your attention, you’ll be on a highway to discover plenty more and immerse into the supercool programme of the event. Start with a dose of mind-blowing live acts to finish it off with an open-air club extravaganza hosting the most exciting global DJs. To recover from any mischief, there are plenty of morning time (by morning, we mean 2 pm) activities and food to cure the worst of hangovers. On top of that, the festival has lake access. Let’s be honest, it doesn’t really get better than that. MELT’s back with full force, somehow making winter a bit more bearable. The only thing we miss now is a time-travel machine. Future awaits.

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