Wighnomy Brothers, Ben Klock and Martin Buttrich will all appear at the German festival in August.
The Grünanlage Festival will return for its second annual event this year.
Grünanlage has been one of the major promoters for open-air parties in Hamburg during this decade, and last year they decided to take the step into the festival market, with relatively successful results. For this year's festival (which takes place in Wittstock-Dosse—an area between Hamburg and Berlin—from July 31st to August 2nd), they're looking to expand slightly, joining forces with Solomun and Adriano's Diynamic imprint, who have been running their own DIY parties in Hamburg for seven years now.
Diynamic will take a stage for themselves on the Saturday night, whilst Berlin neighbours Ostgut Ton will set up camp on the same stage the night before. Panorama Bar's female contingent of Steffi and Tama Sumo will both be present, whilst Ben Klock and Len Faki will be sure to rock the crowd with their respective selections of Berghain bangers.
The rest of the line-up takes from the cream of the current European scene, with most of the major labels having at least one representative. Kompakt (DJ Koze), Poker Flat (Steve Bug), Innervisions (Âme, Dixon), Mobilee (Anja Schneider, Pan-Pot), Perlon (Matt John), M_nus (Gaiser), BPitch Control (Paul Kalkbrenner, Zander VT), Cocoon (Extrawelt), Dial (Lawrence) and Freude Am Tanzen (Wighnomy Brothers) will all have artists making appearances, with additional performances coming from Audiofly, Martin Buttrich and Ivan Smagghe. The Alt Daber venue is an old military airbase, with plenty of green space, hangars and a small lake, so expect to be taken aback by both the music and surroundings if you're planning on attending.