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Paradise City Festival 2023
Posted Mar. 09, 2022 in All, News
Paradise City launches summer festival in Austria: Paradies Garten Festival

Now that the road to a fantastic summer full of music is wide open, we have some extra exciting news up its sleeve. On August 5, 6 and 7, 2022, we’re going to Bruck an der Leitha, just a stone’s throw from the Austrian capital, for the first-ever Paradies Garten Festival.

As we have come to expect from Paradise City, the festival location is once again extraordinary. For three consecutive days, visitors will be pampered musically on the grounds of the abandoned Prugg Castle in the middle of beautiful Austrian nature. Here, too, the core values of sustainability, tolerance and atmosphere enjoy absolute priority. In this way, we can guarantee the same exceptional atmosphere.

However, don’t expect a simple copy-paste of the familiar concept. Paradies Garten Festival is a unique collaboration between the Paradise City team and various local underground music and event collectives. The organisation builds an entirely new festival with its own, locally rooted identity through cooperation with Austrian promoters and artists. Therefore, the communication for this festival will mainly focus on the Austrian audience. Belgian visitors are very welcome, of course, although we advise those interested to take the night train to Vienna instead of an aeroplane.

Paradies Garten Festival will have three stages, hosting local heroes and renowned international artists such as Ben UFO, Overmono, Gerd Janson and Demuja. From the first step to the last, the organisation will minimise the event’s ecological footprint as much as possible. Like in Belgium, the Paradies Garten team will transparently communicate these environmental efforts to raise awareness among the festival-goers.

More information can be found on the Paradies Garten Festival website.

Paradise City Festival
30 June, 1 & 2 July 2023

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