From it’s spectacular stage design to it’s dedicated newspaper “Parookaville Post” and passports for each of its “citizens”, this festival plays by it’s own rules. Inspired by founder Bill Paroooka’s philosophy of “Joy of Life”, the German festival city rises once again to electrify it audience with 185 premier acts. 2018’s lineup included FRDY, Dave […]Parookaville 2019 47652 Weeze, Germany Weeze Germany
Inspired by founder Bill Paroooka’s philosophy of “Joy of Life”, the German festival city rises once again to electrify it audience with 185 premier acts. 2018’s lineup included FRDY, Dave Replay, Hardwell, Robin Schulz, Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki, Solomun, Sven Vath, ZEDD, and Dave Guetta on 10 triumphant stages.
Making their way around the city, visa’s are available for the Main Stage, Bill’s Factory, Penny DJ Tower, Brainwash, Centre Shelter, Wacky Shack, Cloud Factory, Desert Valley, Electrisize Bunker and East Shelter from Thursday through to Monday.
Thematic stages are plentiful. Dj’s perform on a booth built out of washing machines that churn out bubbles and suds to it’s citizens at the laundromat themed “Brainwash” stage. Bill’s Factory is a large industrial stage with smoke stacks that doubles as a pyrotechnic display.
Over and above to the stages are the novelty themed areas with special activities for members of the city. Engage in holy matrimony at the chapel or get a mug shot taken in a line up at the police station.
Despite its 80,000 fans, Parookaville provides both intimate moments and main stage mayhem for fans to engage in every sort of social experience. Get a special taste of Spain’s Ibiza with Pacha on Tour, a nightclub offering deep and dark music in a cosy and intimate location.
‘A captivating festival experience is only enhanced by the swimming pool, creative wonders and forest that surrounds the musical delights.’
There is free drinking water as the beer flows freely, as it usually does in Germany. The big Penny Store is open 24 hours a day, as well as the market place with multiple shops, food stands. Add this to the fun park, waterslide, mud masters and chill out areas, camping in the mellow fields has never felt like such an escape from the real world.
Weeze is located in the district of Kleve, around 70 kilometres north of Düsseldorf beside the Dutch border. The town of 25,000 people is in close proximity to the Weeze Airport, the third largest airport in the region.
As the festival is held in Weeze, the airport caters well for visitors, with Ryanair frequently flying in and out from all major european destinations.
Taxi’s and private shuttles are available direct to the event and there are excellent train services from Dusseldorf to Weeze.
Weeze is easy to reach by car. The Autobahn A57 is only 15 minutes away and it runs to both the Rhineland and Ruhrgebiet areas, as well as to the Netherlands.
The music city festival offers three camping areas, the “Mellow Fields” main campsite with hot showers, sanitary facilities, pre-parties and 24 hour catering. The Comfort Camp and Deluxe Camp offers high quality accommodation in boho tents, felxotel pods and glamping tents for 2-4 persons. The center of the camp features a stylish chill-out area with bar.
Best Deal guesthouse in Weeze provide unpretntious 3-star comfort with close proximity to the town and festival. The bright, straightforward rooms (no air-conditioning) comes with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus desks and complimentary car parking.
There are few attractions in the area to reward those seeking some interesting sights above and beyond the festival.
The Irrland Amusement Park has something for everyone interested in a fun day out. With over 80 games, learning and game attractions, featuring many exotic animals such as parrots, monkeys, owls, pheasants, kangaroos, colorful birds, prairie dogs, raccoons and storks, topped of with a steam train and waterslides and pools, there’s probably not much that they don’t have.
There is free entry to Tierpark Weeze, a beautiful trail with various animals .such as goats, donkeys, llama, sheep, deer and various species of birds and ducks. You can purchase feed at a low cost to get up close and personal with the animals in natural surrounds. Theres also a great ice cream shop across the road.
The Festival takes place on 19-21 July 2019.
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