Abelle, Andy Stott, Anushka, Bejenec, Bill Patrick, Boot & Tax, CoH, Daria Kolosova, Efdemin, Elena Sizova, Ernestas Sadau, Fennesz, Fogh Depot, Francesco Del Garda, Heap, Izhevski, Karenn, Kovyazin D, Lipelis, LVRIN, Lutto Lento, Maria Teriaeva with band, Niсo Stojan, Nikita Zabelin, Noizar, Oid, Obgon, Objekt, Paramida, Petre Inspirescu, Phase Fatale, The Panacea, Retrograde Youth, Rezzett, Robin Ordell, Roman Sputnik, Samuel Kerridge, Sofia Rodina, Sergey Sanchez, tINI, Vlada, Yung Acid, Алексей Бобровский, Алексей Борисов
It was in 2017 when Moscow's nightlife pros united as a team to launch what at the time seemed to be a utopia: a large-scale 4-day festival in the territory of Ugra National park — a beautiful misty paradise a 4-hours ride away from Russia's capital.
Fast-forward 2 years and Signal expects to gather 10,000 people in its third installment at the stunning Nikola-Lenivets. Known as an art-park that holds a remarkable heritage from numerous forward-thinking architects, this small spot on the map has become a haven for creative minds and educated travelers in less than a decade.
Gorgeous Russian nature and numerous breathtaking installations, all of which have no analogs, amaze visitors from different parts of the world, many of whom keep returning to Nikola-Lenivets as it occupies their hearts forever.
To this date, appearances by Objekt, Andy Stott, Samuel Kerridge, Efdemin, Phase Fatale, Rezzett, Lutto Lento along with the line-up from Digital Tsunami that features Heap and Retrograde Youth among the label's regulars, supported by the strongest local talents: Abelle, Vlada, Nikita Zabelin, Sofia Rodina, Lipelis — have been announced in four arenas of Signal 2019. Two more waves of artists are scheduled.
This year's motto of the festival sounds clear and simple: Terrain of Freedom. Signal 2019 encourages friendly communities to run autonomous camps based on unique creative ideas, much like how the first two events welcomed and sponsored independent artists to present their work. The motto was warmly accepted by Moscow's major promoters the Volks and System 108 who will bring their lineups and audiences to the festival.
Under its name, Signal Festival has united the forces needed to make one of the best festivals in Russia happen.