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07 Mar 2023
by es.team | News, Festivals
Dutch techno legend Reinier Zonneveld is taking things to the next level with his upcoming Karren Maar Festival. The festival, named after his signature phrase, will feature Zonneveld as the only artist on the mainstage, playing an extremely extended live set for more than 11 hours and 11 minutes.
The festival, which will take place on August 5 at the historic Stadsblokken in The Netherlands, will also include a takeover from his imprint Filth On Acid on the second stage, featuring both established and upcoming talent in the techno scene.
Zonneveld aims to break the world record for the longest solo live performance with his historic set. The artist is excited to perform for 25,000 visitors at his own festival, saying, "I don't often get the chance to do such a long show at a festival, and that makes me even more excited to rave with 25,000 visitors at my own festival this summer."
Fans can pre-register for tickets on the festival's website, with tickets going on sale on March 9th. Zonneveld's unmatched technical and classical music skills have earned him a massive fanbase, and his signature marathon live sets have sold out huge stages and arenas. Karren Maar Festival promises to be a highlight of the summer for techno fans and music enthusiasts alike.