Cercle Festival Will Return To The National Air And Space Museum Of France In May 2024

Following a brief year-long hiatus, Cercle Festival will return in 2024.

The two-day festival from Paris-based livestream platform and event organizer, Cercle, will head back to the National Air and Space Museum of France on May 25-26, 2024, where it welcomed 24,000 attendees and 28 different artists in 2022.

With a return now confirmed, images and video footage from the last Cercle Festival should give fans plenty to get excited about. 

The event’s last edition—another comeback after a COVID-19 cancellation the year prior—featured performances from artists like Amelie Lens, Black Coffee, Pan-Pot, Anfisa Letyago, and Maceo Plex, across three stages set beneath retired rocket ships and airplanes, scattered around an unused tarmac on the southeastern edge of Paris-Le Bourget Airport.

Though the lineup for Cercle Festival 2024 hasn’t been announced yet, Cercle’s other event offerings in the past year have included Miss Monique at Montreal’s Biosphere Museum; Adriatique at Hatshepsut Temple in Luxor, Egypt; Mochakk and HoneyLuv at Sevilla’s Plaza de España; and Folamour at the Cathédrale Saint-Pierre in Geneva, Switzerland.

Given the brand’s immense track record for bringing the world’s best house and techno talent to play seemingly impossible locations around the world, Cercle Festival 2024 is an event globe-trotting dance music fans won’t want to miss.

Registration for pre-sale tickets to Cercle Festival 2024 is now open here.

Featured image from Cercle. Credit: Geoffrey Hubbel.




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