Music goes Further is the mothership behind Into the Valley, that for two years has attracted visitors from all around the world up to Dalhalla in Rättvik is now moving to the sunken prison of Rummu in Estonia, just outside Tallinn. In addition to this, new festivals "Into the Factory" in Nynäshamn, Sweden and "Into the Castle" in Cape Town are revealed. All together, six new festivals will be established up to 2019.
Music goes further
Sweden has, with hundreds of touring producers and DJs, a unique position in the international electronic dance culture and it’s constantly growing. Through the international expansion of Into The Valley, this successful festival concept takes a step out into the world, showing that the Swedish way of doing things comes with a high international standard. The festivals are supposed to become an international link and platform for innovative art and new music. In extension, it becomes an important piece of the puzzle, and a contribution to Swedish cultural industries.
The festivals within the Music goes further concept are vibrant installations, shedding light on some of the most talented artists within the electronic music scene. The concept was born through a dream of creating something spectacular – a celebration of electronic music like it’s never been done before. The dream became reality in the summer of 2015 and people from all over the world gathered in this musical experience. The evolution of the project is now growing worldwide, implementing six new festivals until 2019. The festivals revealed so far are Into the Valley in Rummu quarry, Estonia, Into the Factory in Stora Vika, Sweden and Into the Castle in South Africa.