Plugout Festival 2015

Dancing to electronic tunes in a beautiful renaissance castle? Sounds like a dream come true for anyone who is fascinated by both, the charm of royal times and good electronica.

In fact, this is the unique frame for Plugout Festival which is celebrating its 5th anniversary at Engelsholm Castle this year. Between 21. and 23. August, the electronic festival aims once again to change the standard electronica setting from concrete to this authentic castle in Denmark’s western part Jutland.

Plugout has become a reality in the wish of creating a euphoric universe with inspiration from attractive events in LA & Berlin, where the electronic events are an inspiration to the rest of the world. (Plugout Festival’s press info)

True to its tradition of inviting Danish and international icons like MØ, Sekuoia or Murcof to perform, also 2015’s poster shows off with some great talents from Denmark and abroad: Kenton Slash Demon, Julius Sylvest, tais. and RDG are sharing headliner spots with Norwegian Smerz who played at this year’s Roskilde Festival; Shatter Hands, Code Walk, Eelahno and many, many other promising names complete the line-up.

The white facade of Engelsholm Castle will furthermore create a unique setting, standing in contrast of the energetic work of VJs who are in charge of the festival’s visual part. Check out the whole musical and visual line-up HERE.

Another smart move to attract visitors from Aarhus and Copenhagen is the installation of busses, that drive from Denmark’s biggest cities right to the castle’s doorstep. More info about the bus-option HERE.

So, there’s really no excuse to not check out the exciting Plugout Festival! 

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21-23.08.2015 – Bredsten: Engelsholm Castle – Event on Facebook

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