It’s not long until the Klubbers Day festival gets under way. This will also be the fifth year that this electronic music festival is celebrated. Klubbers Day is one of the more established music festivals for the lovers of trance, techno and house music. Therefore, Madrid will become the European capital of electronic music for three hectic days in March: the 18th, 19th and 20th.
This year Klubbers Day comes greener than ever, betting for ecology and sustainability with a strong commitment and cooperation towards preserving the environment. With this purpose, an area called Klubbers’ Green has been created, where a ground capable of generating energy has been implanted in order to supply power for the DJ cabin, amongst other things. Another way to help out the environment is by using recycled materials only. That is going to be the case in this green area, including the bars, which are designed to minimize energy consumption. A strong bet for the environment!
This initiative aims at finding feasible solutions towards achieving sustainability in the entertainment industry on one hand, and raising awareness among people about the importance of caring for nature and sustainable growth on the other. Thus, the organizers have created a magnificent and admirable Decalogue: for every sold ticket, a tree will be planted; they promote environmentally friendly public transportation; they have made all the flyers out of recycled paper; waste is recycled; energy is saved using LED lights; plastic consumption is reduced; water and electricity consumptions are optimized to a minimum, etc..
This years Klubbers Day edition will count with over 100 bands and DJs of national and international reputation such as Armin Van Buuren, Erick Morillo, Faithless , Brian Cross, Óscar Murelo, Henry Saiz, Umek, Sven Väth, Dubfire Paul Ritch, Adam Beyer, Egbert y Ilario Alicante, among others.
Along with the music, there will also be many cultural activities that take place like an exhibition dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, a meeting point for friends and journalists, and various performances, live acts by cultural pointers bands from the underground scene in Madrid. Moreover, thanks to the success of previous editions, the festival has been extended 24 hours, going from two to three days of frantic music and fun.
Are you going to miss it? Get your ticket now before they run out. And do not worry about housing and rent Apartments in Madrid, the most economical and comfortable option to stay in the Spanish capital.