Nu-prog duos Minilogue and Extrawelt headline psytrance festival No Man's Land in Hungary this June.
If you’re looking to get away from the elbows, the wristbands and the lager louts of the commercial festival circuit, No Man’s Land in Hungary this month might be just the ticket. The festival takes place over five days and six nights towards the end of June – there’s three stages with over ninety acts booked to play: on the bill expect psytrance, progressive, electro, tech-house, ambient and chill-out with Extrawelt, Vibrasphere, Minilogue and Antix among the ninety acts booked to play. But it's not just about the music and the big names. The festival takes place out in the countryside nearby the picturesque Lake Laskovolgyi and Hungary's famous 63C degree hot spring baths and there’s markets, massages and camping for the taking too.
Besides the music programme, there's also an international jugglers festival. Top notch jugglers will perform on stage while total newbies can participate in workshops with juggling masters(?), though it's probably best to leave the kitchen knives at home.
Check the No Man's Land website for full travelling, camping and ticketing details.
No Man's Land Festival takes place on June 20-24, 2007 near Lake Laskovolgyi in Egerszalok, Hungary.