In March 2020, the sound of music and the thrill of the festival were paused by the standard precautions in the context of the new type of Coronavirus. After more than one year, music festivals are slowly on the comeback and fans are more eager than ever to see their favourite artists performing on stage. As the vaccination roll-out continues, some festivals are reopening its doors this weekend following COVID-19 safety measures.
Flight Festival- Timișoara, Romania 27-29 August 2021
This weekend at Cioaca Aerodrome in Timisoara, the plane ticket is composed of music, fun and unique experiences. On the first night, one of the first back-on tour artists was Lost Frequencies. He delighted the audience with hits, but also with his latest songs. During the three days, Flight Festival will host over 40 Romanian and foreign artists on the 4 stages. Fans can enjoy the Tech area, flights, workshops for families and children& relaxation area.
Electric Love- Salzburg, Austria 26-28 August 2021
After 2 years of festival abstinence, Electric Love is celebrating again on 3 stages with international and local acts. Electric Love Boutique Edition hosts in the 3 days, electronic music artists including Afrojack, Armin Van Buuren, Steve Aoki, W&W and many others. At Electric Love Festival, Martin Garrix played his first show since Covid.
Creamfields- Daresbury, UK 27-29 August 2021
Creamfields, famous for a world-class line-up and unbeatable atmosphere is bringing 10 different stages with a huge lineup of EDM, house, techno, electro, disco, drum and bass, and more. Among the artists who are going to perform on stage are David Guetta, Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, Charlotte De Witte, Sven Vath, Paul Van Dyk and others. The Chemical Brothers and Eric Prydz, Nina Kraviz, Cosmic Gate, all played unforgettable sets for fans on the first night of the festival.
All music festivals organized during this period have taken enhanced health and safety measures to keep contagions at bay.