Hurricane Festival 2019@ Scheeßel, Germany
Jun 21 – Jun 23 all-day

Since 1997, the Hurricane Festival takes place at the Eichenring in Scheeßel. Over the last years, the festival hosted internationally successful artists, well-known German acts and a big number of promising newcomers alike. Every year more than 130,000 visitors from all over Europe meet at Hurricane and Southside.

Foo Fighters – Mumford & Sons – The Cure – Die Toten Hosen – AnnenMayKantereit – Bilderbuch Papa Roach – Bosse – Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls – Enter Shikari – The Wombats – 257ers Trettmann – The Streets – Bausa – UFO361 – Die Orsons – Muff Potter – OK Kid – Fünf Sterne Deluxe – Yung Hurn – Me First & The Gimme Gimmes – Teesy – Schmutzki – Montreal

Southside Festival@ Neuhausen ob Eck, Germany
Jun 21 – Jun 23 all-day

The Southside Festival exists since 1999 and has been established as the southern counterpart of the Hurricane Festival in Scheeßel. Over the last years, the festival hosted internationally successful artists, well-known German acts and a big number of promising newcomers alike. Every year more than 130,000 visitors from all over Europe meet at Hurricane and Southside. A success based on the constant innovation of both festivals – for example through new forms of comfortable lodging or the innovation of the supply and food concept. Visitors of both festivals even have their own radio station at their disposal: Beck’s Camp FM broadcasts live from the daily festival madness and is also available online throughout the year.

Hefte raus, Klassenarbeit: Foo Fighters | Mumford & Sons | Die Toten Hosen | The Cure
AnnenMayKantereit | Bilderbuch | Papa Roach | Bosse | Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls | Enter Shikari | The Wombats | 257ers | Trettmann | The Streets | Bausa | Ufo361 | Die Orsons | Muff Potter | OK Kid | Fünf Sterne Deluxe | Yung Hurn | Me First & The Gimme Gimmes
Teesy | Schmutzki | Montreal und viele mehr



Rock Werchter 2019@ Werchter, Belgium
Jun 27 – Jun 30 all-day

More new names for Rock Werchter 2019!

Four days, four stages. The best headliners, fiery young stars, hard-bitten rockers, singer-songwriters and the fattest beats. There’s no doubting Rock Werchter’s commitment to every musical genre. Belgium’s greatest summer music festival takes place from Thursday 27 June to Sunday 30 June 2019. The Festivalpark in Werchter ticks all the boxes. Best line up? Oh, yes. Good food and drink? Check. Technical innovation and production? Top class. Comfort? Excellent. Tents as good as concert halls? You bet. Festival atmosphere? Through and through. Rock Werchter is a multiple award winning international hit.

New for day two of the festival are Weezer, The 1975, Jungle, Tom Misch and Kurt Vile & The Violators. Macklemore, Clean Bandit and Two Door Cinema Club are confirmed for Saturday. Finally, on the final day of the festival, Underworld is joining the bill.

Rock Werchter 2019 takes place from Thursday 27 June to Sunday 30 June. Previously announced: P!NK, Tool, The Cure, Mumford & Sons, Florence + the Machine, Muse, Bring Me The Horizon, Kylie, Paul Kalkbrenner, Years & Years, THE BLAZE, Miles Kane, Nothing But Thieves, Vance Joy, Yungblud and Bang Bang Romeo. Tickets are on sale from Stay tuned for more. #RW19


53rd Montreux Jazz Festival@ Montreux
Jun 28 – Jul 13 all-day

Elton John will play next year at the Montreux Jazz Festival for the very first time on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th June 2019 (SOLD OUT) as part of epic three-year final ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’ Tour. Elton John is one of the top-selling solo artists of all time, with 38 gold records and 31 platinum and multi-platinum albums, over 50 Top 40 hits, and he has sold more than 300 million records worldwide.

SUNRISE FESTIVAL – BELGIUM@ Osiedle Podczele - Kołobrzeg
Jun 28 @ 4:00 pm – Jun 30 @ 5:30 am

Sunrise Festival is once a year, come on out and party without any fear ! All of our amazing hosting partners and DJ’s will make sure you’ll experience the greatest time of the year !
3 Days – 10 Stages – 300 Artists

Past performers include: July-2018
Brennan Heart, Coone, Radical Redemption, Warface, Frequencerz, Da Tweekaz, Lucas & Steve, Audiotricz, Ruthless, Psyko Punkz, La Fuente, Delete, Cyber, M.A.N.D.Y., Deetox, Sound Rush, Hard Driver, Act Of Rage, Mark With A K, Adrenalize, Phuture Noize, D-Sturb, Dr. Phunk, Devin Wild, Push, Lowriderz, Pat B, Rebelion, Upgrade, Dave Lambert, Je Broer, Bass Chaserz, Dj Licious, MC Chucky, Yves Deruyter, Sephyx, MC Mota, Double Pleasure, Unresolved, Crisis Era, Dark-e, Sem Thomasson, Kraantje Pappie, Larsson, Murdock, Zonderling, Giocatori, Dimaro, Kenn Colt, Logan D, Demi Kanon, Ecstatic, Unsenses, Regi, Freaquency, MC Pyro, Jan Vervloet, Peter Luts, Sakso, Lost Identity, Dominico, Bredren, Def Toys, Serum, Bladerunner, Doctrine, Clayton Cash, Miss Puss, Cemode, Mc Shurakano, Baz & Simplistix, MC SEKO, Laurent Wery, Dillytek, 5napback, Robert Falcon, Dustin Hertz, Axel Haube, Beta Brothers, JackJazz, MC Tjek, Andromedik, Funktastix, Kosinski, Boris Smith, Manezz, Sub Zero Project

73rd Edinburgh International Film Festival@ Edinburgh
Jun 30 all-day



Edinburgh International Film Festival is the world’s longest continually-running film festival.
EIFF began life as the International Festival of Documentary Films, and was opened by John Grierson, founder of the British documentary movement. Early audiences were treated to work by filmmakers as varied as Roberto Rossellini, Robert Flaherty, Jacques Tati and pioneering animator Norman McLaren. Edinburgh International Film Festival is part of Centre for the Moving Image, a national organisation with bases in Edinburgh (Filmhouse) and Aberdeen (Belmont Filmhouse), and a mission to be at the forefront of developing a vibrant and successful film and moving image industry and culture across Scotland.


HIDEOUT FESTIVAL 2019@ Zrce Beach, Pag Island, Croatia
Jul 1 – Jul 5 all-day
Following its sun-soaked eighth edition that saw thousands of revelers unite on Croatia’s Zrce Beach, Hideout Festival returns for its ninth year with a serious selection of artists on board. Bringing an unbeatable line-up to the Adriatic, there’s royalty from the electronic world and beyond with Bicep, Mall Grab, Hannah Wants, Artwork,Mella Dee + more on soundtrack duties. Between 1st July – 5th July, the five-day festival will take place on the idyllic Zrce Beach complete with five venues, open air pool parties, main stage sets, an exclusive beach party, boat parties and more.
Balaton Sound 2019@ 8621 Zamárdi Siófoki út, Zamárdi, Hungary
Jul 3 – Jul 7 all-day

Balaton Sound has been around since 2007, and is one of Europe’s biggest open air electronic music festivals. It is held annually at Lake Balaton in Zamárdi and features live acts by well-known artists and DJs from around the world. This year’s Balaton Sound was attended by a record amount of people, with 165,000 visitors over five days.

Jul 4 – Jul 7 all-day


EXIT Festival on the world famous Petrovaradin Fortress will once again become a place of musical pilgrimage for visitors from over ninety countries around the world! The festival, that has been among the top European and world music festivals for years, will bring top hitmakers and music scene legends to its Main Stage in 2019. The festival is famous for the sunrises on its colossal mts Dance Arena, as well as for a diverse music program on over 40 different music stages and zones all around the Fortress. In 2018, EXIT was voted Best Major Festival at the European Festival Awards in Groningen, Netherlands, which is a title the festival already won in 2014. EXIT team festivals are nominated in a record-breaking eight European Festival Awards categories this year.

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Colours of Ostrava Festival@ Ostrava
Jul 17 – Jul 20 all-day

Colours of Ostrava Festival to announce first 2019 headliners: The Cure and Florence + The Machine

Colours of Ostrava Festival, held from July 17–20, 2019 in the Czech Republic announces the first headliners: The Cure and Florence + The Machine. The festival will be held in the astounding industrial area of the former mining site of Dolní Vítkovice in Ostrava. Spread over two dozen unique outdoor and indoor stages, Colours of Ostrava 2019 will offer an unrivalled selection of contemporary and classic performers, from electro to world music, jazz, indie rock, and reggae. Festival-goers can look forward to over 350 events ranging from bands, DJs, films, open discussions, workshops, theatre, poetry, art installations and programmes for kids.


The diversity of the programme is one among many festival’s assets: the event is held on the site of the city’s former mines and ironworks, a European Cultural Heritage Site – a place unlike any other. Despite its industrial feel, the festival site boasts plenty of green space plus a range of quieter and shaded spaces ideal for lounging and recharging batteries. In terms of accommodation, easy options range from camping in the picturesque surroundings of the Ostrava Silesian Castle to higher-end accommodation options at Ostrava city centre hotels and flats. Transport is an easy matter too, Ostrava being easily accessible by train and car from airports in Prague and Krakow, the festival site then reachable by tram within the city centre.


Colours of Ostrava was founded in 2002 and ranked as one of the Top 10 music festivals in Europe in 2016 by The Guardian. In 2017, the festival was shortlisted for the European Festival Award in the category Best Major Festival. Colours of Ostrava also organises the free Festival v ulicích (Street Festival) in the centre of Ostrava, the Czech Music Crossroads, a music showcase conference. In 2015, Colours of Ostrava have launched the international Meltingpot discussion forum: a large-scale event spreading the ideas of outstanding international speakers, held as part of the festival.


Four-day tickets for 2019 are available on the festival website’s e-shop and various ticket networks for 102 Euros, children and the disabled are offered major reductions. Last but not least, a ticket to Colours of Ostrava entitles festival-goers to a wide range of reductions for tourist attractions in the region.


And if you have time to spare, why not take a few extra days to discover the charm of the city itself? Formerly known as the Steel Heart of the Czech Republic, Ostrava is the third largest Czech city and has a unique atmosphere. Nestled between the Slovak and Polish borders with breath-taking views of the Beskydy Mountain range, Ostrava has it all: a rich and diverse history, a bustling cultural and social life, plus beautiful landscapes.

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Colours of Ostrava Basic Facts:

Taking place since 2002, entering its 18th year in 2019
Excellent line-up (120 bands and 350 programme features spread across 20 stages, including concerts, theatre, films, discussions, workshops, and performances.)
Fantastic children’s stage with baby-sitting services, a zone for breastfeeding mothers
Wheelchair access (tickets also available at substantially discounted rates)
Discounts on a range of tourist attractions
Close to Ostrava city centre with good transport links to the city as well as the train station and airport
A reasonably-priced campsite
One site for everything — all the stages in the same area
Four-day tickets available through,, GoOut,,
Accessibility: Ostrava — Prague 370 km, Ostrava — Krakow 170 km, Ostrava — Warsaw 400 km, Ostrava — Vienna 310 km, Ostrava — Bratislava 300 km, Ostrava — Berlin 530 km.


For more information, photos etc., please contact:

Jiří Sedlák, ArtsMarketing.CZ

Colours of Ostrava

Tel.: +420 604 868 914

E-mail: [email protected]

Edinburgh Art Festival@ Edinburgh
Jul 25 – Aug 25 all-day

Founded in 2004, Edinburgh Art Festival is the platform for the visual arts at the heart of Edinburgh’s August festivals, bringing together the capital’s leading galleries, museums and artist-run spaces in a city-wide celebration of the very best in visual art. Each year, the Festival features leading international and UK artists alongside the best emerging talent, major survey exhibitions of historic figures, and a special programme of newly commissioned artworks that respond to public and historic sites in the city.


Let It Roll 2019@ Czech republic - Venue to be announced
Aug 1 – Aug 4 all-day

Photo by Sophie Harbison

Let It Roll is strenghtening its status as the biggest Drum & Bass festival in the world each and every year. The last year surpassed the milestone of 27 000 visitors and DnB fans. The 12th edition of the open air festival will take place in 2019 and Drum & Bass fans can already look forward to more than 9 stages, bus parties and more than 330 artists performing during 3 days and nights full of raving. Let It Roll 2019 will of course feature the most impressive decorations, light shows and fireworks and it starts on Thursday, 1st August.

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