Romania: How the Untold Festival became the Tomorrowland of Eastern Europe

Romania: How the Untold Festival became the Tomorrowland of Eastern Europe ROMANIA: HOW THE TOLD FESTIVAL BECOME THE TOMORROWLAND OF EASTERN EUROPE

It was in 2015 that the city & nbsp; of Cluj-Napoca was chosen to host the Untold Festival. A first edition which had already brought together more than 240,000 people. Since then, its football stadium has been transformed every year, during the first weekend in August, into a huge open-air club. & Nbsp; The Cluj Arena has already been able to count on the arrival of international artists such as & nbsp; Avicii, David Guetta, Hardwell, or & nbsp; Martin Garrix & nbsp; while programming the emerging local scene in a crazy atmosphere.

Dance music, techno, psytrance ... the musical genres share 8 stages, which elevate the Romanian event to the rank of European electronic juggernaut. “We also have a healing area with meditation sounds, world and traditional music. Other little surprises are also to be discovered such as the traditional party on a train & nbsp; ", specifies the management team. & Nbsp;

According to the ticketing figures, this new spot in Eastern Europe still has a bright future ahead of it. Of the 300,000 tickets sold in 2016, the Untold Festival recorded 30,000 more in 2017. This year, & nbsp; the first waves of ticket sales were sold out in 3 and 10 minutes, each of them comprising 15,000 places. Festival ambassador Armin van Buuren also announced that he will play "& nbsp; the longest set in the history of the Romanian festival & nbsp;" for the next edition. "& Nbsp; It's no secret that the Untold Festival holds a special place in my heart, so when this opportunity arose, I jumped at the opportunity," says the Dutch legend. "& Nbsp; It is an absolute honor to create the official anthem for this edition, and I am very excited to play an extra-long concert. It's going to be magic, for sure. & Nbsp; "

This year will also bring together techno and house pundits on more “underground” stages, such as Seth Troxler, Paul Kalkbrenner, Boris Brejcha and Jamie Jones on the Galaxy Stage, or Black Coffee & nbsp; and Lazare Hoche on the scene. Daydreaming. For four days of celebration, the region of Transylvania lets go the vampires to welcome the wildest night creatures. "& Nbsp; There has never been a more magical country in human history like Transylvania. Isolated for centuries, shrouded in myths and legends but never fully revealed ... ", can be read on the event's Facebook page.

All the information can be found on the Facebook page of the event. & Nbsp;
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