Medusa Festival 2019: Episode VI Medusa Festival is ready to bring the biggest festival show to Spain. The annual music festival combines the biggest and best DJ’s in the world with a completely original stage filled with emotion, fantasy and the most sophisticated level of production. Each year, more than 12,000 people are welcomed to […]Medusa Festival 2019 Playa de Cullera, 46400 Cullera Cullera Spain
Medusa Festival is ready to bring the biggest festival show to Spain. The annual music festival combines the biggest and best DJ’s in the world with a completely original stage filled with emotion, fantasy and the most sophisticated level of production. Each year, more than 12,000 people are welcomed to the week-long open-air event.
“So big, so close, so yours! Medusa Festival will leave everyone breathless!”
Each year, Medusa Festival welcomes the biggest and best names in EDM, house, techno, trance and more. The event features three full festival days, as well as two pre-party days. The pre-parties will be headlined by Nicky Romero and Deborah De Luca on day one; and Gianluca Vacchi and Juicy M on day two.
Afrojack and Amelie Lens will headline the first day of the festival, alongside C.Tangana, Ferry Corsten, Headhunterz and Quintino. Day one will also showcase a number of hardstyle favourites; including Bass Modulators, Frequencerz, LNY TNZ and Noisecontrollers. Ingrosso, Jamie Jones, Joseph Capriati, Timmy Trumpet and Vini Vici will headline day two; sharing the stage with Gareth Emery, Salvatore Ganacci, Sub Zero Project and more. The final day will close out with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Richie Hawtin, Lost Frequencies and Paco Osuna.
Medusa Festival takes place at on the beach of Escollera in Playa de Cullera, Cullera, Spain. You can find the event at Playa de Cullera, 46400 Cullera.
The nearest major airport is Valencia Airport, located approximately 45 minutes north of Cullera. You can travel to Cullera by both car and local buses and trains. The festival is easily accessible by both car and public transport. A number of parking spaces are available on site; however, it is recommended to travel via public transport. If you are travelling to Cullera by train, the festival website offers a 30% discount on Renfe fares. Local ride share services including Bla Bla Car are also available for long distance visitors. Upon arrival, the festival grounds are located just a short walk from the city centre.
The city of Cullera offers a wide range of accommodation options, located within the vicinity of the festival. Popular nearby hotels include Heladeria Apolo, Pension Castellana, Pension Carmen, Hotel Residencia Libertador and Hotel Carabela 2; all located within a 15-minute walk of the festival grounds. You can explore all the nearby accommodation options below. If you want to stay closer to the festival, camping is also available on site. Tents must contain a minimum of two people and campers and vehicles are not permitted on the campsite. The campgrounds are also fully equipped with sanitary facilities, as well as lockers, storage and mobile recharging facilities.
The small town of Cullera, located in the municipality of Valencia, offers a range of things to see and do. One of the town’s most popular attractions is the Castle of Cullera, a historic hilltop fortress dating back to the 10th-century, with panoramic views, tours and a museum. Nearby, you can also find the popular Aquopolis water park, as well as the Sant Antoni Beach.
The main city of Valencia offers a wide variety of attractions. You can find a number of popular museums and exhibits; including Ciudad de las Artes y la Ciencias, a state-of-the-art science and culture park; and L’Oceanografic, a huge aquarium housing more than 500 species. The city of Valencia is also home to a range of historical attractions and buildings. Popular attractions include the 15th-century gothic building La Lonja de la Seda, the restored Central Market of Valencia, the Valencia Cathedral and the 13th-century Torres de Serranos gothic style towers.
Medusa Festival will take place from August 7-12, 2019.
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