Parookaville unveils phase 2 artist line up for 2019 edition

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Parookaville, one of the biggest electronic music festivals in Germany, has just presented the second phase of artists that will make up this year’s line up. The event will be celebrated on July 19th-21st and will be held for the fifth time at Weeze Airport. With over 200 artists and 10 stages, Parookaville is set to be one of the hottest summer festivals.

Having announced some surprises like The Chainsmokers, Steve Aoki and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike in the first phase, now the event has unveiled the remaining artists that will headline this year’s mainstage. The announcement included iconic Dutch artists Armin van Buuren, Afrojack and W&W. Plus, Swedish DJ Salvatore Ganacci will be back for the second year in a row joining the previously mentioned artists and Lost Frequencies. The Belgian will also perform on Friday at his own stage called 1Live pres. Lost Frequencies & Friends, and will be in good company surrounded by artists including Kungs, Ofenbach, Jonas Blue, and Hugel.

Moving on, we must highlight the announcement of two more legendary headliners that will make their Parookaville debut this year. First, trance stars Above & Beyond and Paul van Dyk will join the Awake Stage to give an epic Sunday trance masterclass to all the lucky attendees. Also, British techno heavyweight, Richie Hawtin will be transforming the Cocoon Stage into an absolute Techno Mecca.

Lastly, for the Parookaville die-hard fans, after having played important gigs around Asia, resident Weeze DJs Lost Identity will also host their own stage, bringing artists from an array of genres. The German festival will be more varied than ever, presenting a wide variety of electronic genres and styles. Make sure to purchase your ticket for Parookaville 2019 here.

Born and raised in Barcelona (Spain), Pol's passion for dance music has brought him to London (UK), where he combines his role at We Rave You with his job as Account Manager at Festicket. Favourite genres: Emotional progressive house, future bass and electro pop.