Monegros Desert Festival
31 Jul 2021
Once known as Groove Parade, and held each summer in the eponymous desert of northeastern Spain, over a number of years Monegros Desert Festival became a firm favourite of dance music fans across the country, and beyond.
A true major player in the world of electronic music festivals, lineups over the years featured an array of the scene’s most popular proponents and influential figures – from Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin and Underworld to Loco Dice, Skrillex, Skream and more.
With no edition held in over five years, and communication about a potential return at a very minimum during that time, the hordes of fans eagerly awaiting and anticipating the day the festival returns have finally heard the news that they’ve been waiting for, with Monegros Desert Festival returning in the summer of 2021 for its 21st edition.
Monegros Desert Festival 2020 has been postponed, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Tickets remain valid for the 2021 edition. You can read the festival’s statement here
Monegros Desert Festival 2021 Lineup
Most artists of the 2020 lineup have already confirmed their attendance for 2021. The first names will be revealed soon.
Monegros Desert Festival 2021 Tickets
The nearby cities of Lleida and Zaragoza offer a wide range of accommodation options. Book your stay for Monegros Desert Festival using the map below or visit booking.com
You should drive to the N-II road KM 416 between Fraga and Candasnos. Traveling in big groups will reduce the environmental impact!
BY TRAIN & SHUTTLE BUS
Shuttle buses will be running to the site from Lleda and Zaragoza AVE stations.
There will be direct bus service to the desert from Perpignan South, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Nimes, Marseille, Grenoble, Nantes and Rennes. Tickets to be announced soon.
Zaragoza, Barcelona and Madrid are the closest airports and all will have bus connections with the festival.