Insane Festival 2019: The Story Of Cerberus Insane Festival is an annual electronic music festival that takes place in the south of France. Known as one of the most unique festivals in the region, Insane Festival showcases dance music in all its forms. The festival features 24 hours of non-stop music from a wide variety […]Insane Festival 2019 Bosque, 84400 Apt, France Apt France
Insane Festival is an annual electronic music festival that takes place in the south of France. Known as one of the most unique festivals in the region, Insane Festival showcases dance music in all its forms. The festival features 24 hours of non-stop music from a wide variety of local and international talent; as well as a range of activities and attractions, food trucks, workshops and more. This year’s theme is ‘The Story of Cerberus’.
“INSANE wants to make the crazy bet to invite all the festival-goers to reach out, dance, sweat, shout, sing, jump. To live together simply!”
The Insane lineup features more than 80 artists who will perform across a number of stages throughout the 24 period. Headlining this year’s edition will be Bill X, GPF, Highlight Tribe, Le Wanski, Mandragora vs 4120, Marcel Dettmann, Ricardo Villalobos, Sam Paganini, Sefa, Sp23, Sub Zero Project, The Satan and Vini Vici. The festival will also welcome a wide range of local and up and coming talent; including Ashkabad, Bisou, Enko, Noisebuilder, Turno and many more.
Insane Festival takes place at the site of Bosque in Apt, France. You can find the event at Bosque, 84400 Apt, France.
Located in the south of France, the nearest major airport is Marseille Provence Airport; located approximately an hour south of the festival. Upon arrival, the festival is easily accessible by both car and public transport. If you are driving to the event, you can take Highway A7, exiting at Avignon in the direction of Apt. If you are travelling by public transport, you can take either the train or bus.
There are direct trains from Paris, as well as Charles de Gaulle Airport in Brussels, Lille, Lyon, Geneva, Nantes, Strasbourg and more. You can also reserve direct round-trip bus transportation from Bourdeaux, Toulouse, Paris, Lyon and Marseille; starting at 47 euros including the festival ticket. Taxis are also readily available throughout Apt; reliable companies include ABC Taxi, Taxi Aliot, Apt Taxi, Taxis Aptésiens and Taxi Luberon.
There are a number of hotels located throughout the surrounding areas. Nearby hotels include Hotel ibis budget Apt Luberon, Residence Suite Home Apt Luberon and Luberon L’hotel; located just a short walk from the festival grounds.
There are also a variety of Airbnb options available throughout Apt within the vicinity of the festival. You can explore all the nearby accommodation options below.
The southern city of Apt offers a wide range of things to see and do. One of the most popular attractions is the Calavon, an 88.3km long river in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence; offering a picturesque outdoor attraction with a canyon, cycling trails and more.
Located over the Calavon river, you can find Pont Julien, an ancient Roman stone arch bridge. Throughout the city, you can also find a number of historical attractions including the Apt Cathedral, Musée d’Apt, Chapelle de la Santonne and more.
Insane Festival will take place from August 10-11, 2019
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