Dreamfields Festival 2019: The Dream Continues… Dreamfields Festival is an annual event that takes place in the Netherlands. The two-day event will host a wide range of DJ’s, artists and performers from across multiple genres. Like many popular Dutch festivals, the event will be 18+ on Saturday and open to all ages on Sunday. The […]Dreamfields Festival 2019 Rhederlaag, 6988 BG Lathum Arnhem Netherlands
Dreamfields Festival is an annual event that takes place in the Netherlands. The two-day event will host a wide range of DJ’s, artists and performers from across multiple genres. Like many popular Dutch festivals, the event will be 18+ on Saturday and open to all ages on Sunday. The first day of the festival will welcome the best house, urban and hardstyle DJ’s; while the second day, also referred to as ‘Dreampop’, will showcase the best live party acts.
“Be surprised by the Dreamfields world on the first day with the best DJ’s of the moment, or immerse yourself in a completely crazy dream on Sunday with the best live acts of the moment!”
This year’s edition will welcome a wide variety of popular artists and headlining acts. The main stage will be headlined by Timmy Trumpet, Showtek, Quintino, Lucas & Steve, Brooks and more. The Cross Over stage will welcome live acts BOEF, Frenna and Josylvio; as well as the likes of The Partysquad, Tony Junior, Johnny 500 and more. Legendary acts Headhunterz, Wildstylez, Noisecontrollers, Atmozfears & Code Black and Radical Redemption will headline the Hardstyle Stage. The Deep & Future House stage will see the likes of La Fuente, Roog & Erick-E, Curbi, Gregor Salto and more take to the stage. Raw Hardstyle will be represented by Crypsis, Delete & Rebelion, Act of Rage, Rooler, Sub Sonik and more. Finally, the Party Palace will host the iconic party act Snollebollekes, alongside Jeckyll & Hyde, The Darkraver, Partyfriex, Feestnation and more.
Dreamfields takes place just outside Arnhem at the Recreational Area Rhederlaag in Lathum, Netherlands. You can find the event at Rhederlaag, 6988 BG Lathum.
The Dutch city of Arnhem is located in the eastern part of the Netherlands, approximately one hour east of Amsterdam. The nearest major airport is Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. From Amsterdam, you can take the intercity train directly from Schiphol Plaza or Amsterdam Centraal Station to Arnhem. You can also take intercity trains from most major cities around the Netherlands directly to Arnhem. Ground transportation services such as FlixBus also have scheduled buses that pass through Arnhem daily. Upon arrival, you can get around the city via train, bus or bike.
The festival is easily accessible by both car and public transport. If you are driving, you can take exit 27 from the A12 motorway and follow the yellow “Dreamfields” signs to the festival ground. Parking is available at the festival grounds and parking passes can be purchased in advance online for 12.50 euros, or 15 euros on the day.
If you are travelling to the festival via public transport, you can take the train to Arnhem Central Station; where official festival shuttles will be available to transfer visitors to and from the festival. Shuttles will run from 11:00 am to 01:00 am with a travel time of around 20-30 minutes. Return shuttle tickets can be purchased online for 8 euros, or 10 euros on the day. Travel packages are also available from partnered bus tour operators and offer direct transportation as well as festival tickets, from major cities in the Netherlands, as well as Germany and Belgium.
The city of Arnhem offers a wide range of accommodation options for visitors. It is recommended to stay in the city centre with close access to public transport, so you can travel to and from the festival easily.
You can find a number of hotel options within walking distance of Arnhem Central Station; including Hotel Old Dutch and Best Western Plus Hotel Haarhuis. You can also find a number of Airbnb options both throughout the city centre, as well as within the vicinity of the festival grounds. You can find all the nearby accommodation options below.
The city of Arnhem is one of the largest cities in the Netherlands and features a variety of things to see and do. One of the country’s most popular attractions is The Netherlands Open Air Museum, located just 4km from Arnhem’s city centre. The museum features farmhouses, windmills, craft workshops, exhibits and more. Another popular attraction is the Huge Veluwe National Park, one of the largest national parks in the Netherlands.
Home to a wide range of flora and fauna, the nature reserve is also a popular destination for cyclists; featuring a number of running and biking trails. Arnhem is also a short train ride away from a number of major cities in the Netherlands, including Utrecht, Amsterdam and ’s-Hertogenbosch; which are perfect day trip destinations.
Dreamfields will take place from July 6-7, 2019.
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