Psychedelic Circus Festival
3 Jun 2021 - 7 Jun 2021
Psychedelic Circus Open Air Festival is a blend of psychedelic music and circus attractions that creates a fascinating atmosphere.
On 5 carefree days, you can enjoy the best of what the scene has to offer on a large open-air floor. In addition, a large shopping mile with clothing, jewelry and culinary from all over the world, as well as a lot of entertainment, will be waiting to be explored.
Encouraging festival-goers to leave their perceptions and judgements at the gate, Psychedelic Circus is all about losing your senses and embracing its adventure playground, filled with colour and energy.
The festival takes place in Göhlen, a tiny part of the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern region in Germany, that embraces the more psychedelic elements of the electronic music spectrum.
Psychedelic Circus Festival 2020 was cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak. Tickets can be transferred to the 2021 edition. You can read the festival’s statement here
Psychedelic Circus 2021 Lineup
Lineup will be announced closer to the festival.
Neelix / Astrix / Ace Ventura / Liquid Soul / Blastoyz / Bliss / Fabio Fusco / Phaxe / Berg / Ranji / Morten Granau / Pixel / Bubble / Claudinho Brasil / Querox / Hatikwa / Animato / Laughing Buddha / Outsiders / Azax / Rocky Tilbor / Hi Profile / Krama / NOK / Hujaboy / Flowjob / Lyktum / Anneli / Headroom / Jovis / Atype / Bim / Benni Moon / Cubixx / Schrittmacher / Murus / Jensson / Benzoo / Mat. S. & Dropkick / Der Loth / Metaprog / Mr. Tree & Mr. Jeans / Eco & Au.Ge / Droppexx / Till Krimsen / C.U.L.T. / Matzen / Psy-To-Delic
Psychedelic Circus 2021 Tickets
Payment Plan Available: pay just 23% today and the rest over 2 months
Presale Phase 1: €75.00
Presale Phase 2: €85.00
Presale Phase 3: €95.00
Presale Phase 4: €105.00
At the Gate
Thursday: €120.00 + €5.00 (waste deposit)
Friday: €120.00 + €5.00 (waste deposit)
Saturday from 12:00 pm: €70.00 + €5.00 (waste deposit)
Sunday from 9:00 am: €35.00 without waste deposit
A fee of €20.00 per person is charged for Camping on arrival. All you need is basic camping gear, like a tent, a camping pad and a head torch (so useful in the night). If you don’t want to bring your own tent, the festival offers pre-pitched tents with extra comfort in the Special Camping Village. Alternatively, you can book nearby hotels and apartments using the map below or visit booking.com
Drive on the autobahn A24 till interchange Schwerin and continue on autobahn A14 in direction Ludwigslust. Leave the A14 at Groß Laasch/Ludwigslust and drive on L73 to Ludwigslust. In Ludwigslust change to Bundesstraße B5 in direction Boizenburg and turn left at the village Kummer in direction Göhlen. Drive through Göhlen in direction Leussow (there will be signs by us from here). After about 1,5km you need to turn right in the forest in order to get to the venue.
The festival shuttle will drive permanently between train station Ludwigslust and festival from Thursday to Tuesday. But you can also make an appointment with the shuttle individually to be driven to the next supermarket or bank for example.
BY BUS TOURS
Bus tours from Berlin, Bremen, Flensburg, Lübeck, Rostock, Rostock and Kiel from €25.00 can be booked at the link below:
From either Hamburg or Berlin take the train to Ludwigslust and from there take the shuttle service to the festival.
If you are flying to the festival, the best airport are either Hamburg or Berlin. From either, take a train to Ludwigslust, where you can board the shuttle service to the festival grounds.