Important update July 16th 2021: Drumcode Malta 2021 has been posponed until 2022. See their full statement below:
It’s with a heavy heart that we must announce that Drumcode Festival Malta has been re-scheduled to next year. Although Malta was added to the UK’s Green List, there are still extensive restrictions in place around events in Malta. These restrictions currently include limited capacities and seated conditions.
At this point, there is still no clarification from the relevant authorities as to when this will change. As it stands we are unable to guarantee that we can deliver the memorable and safe festival experience that we promised you.We appreciate that this news will be hugely disappointing, however due to this ongoing uncertainty, we have to re-schedule the festival until 2022.
If you are able to hold on to your booking for 2022, then please do. Those who can, will get access to an exclusive party with Adam Beyer & Layton Giordani on Thursday 15th September, 2022. This will only be available to ticket holders from 2021 as our thank you for your support.
You don’t need to do anything to update your ticket to the new dates as it will be automatically transferred. Additionally, we can also make free changes to your booking if needed, including group size or accommodation. If you want to request a refund, then you can do so in confidence with no questions asked. Further details on this can be found in your inbox.
The new festival dates are 15-18th September, 2022. We have been in contact with all of the artists, most of whom have committed to play next year. In addition, we intend to add more artists, stages and special touches to Drumcode Festival Malta 2022 to ensure it’s our most memorable event to date.
Drumcode Festival Malta has just confirmed further line-up additions for their four-day techno event this summer.
Taking over the Sunny Mediterranean Island (and country) of Malta for four days through 16 – 19 of September, the festival now has over 40+ artists on the card, playing across 8 different stages.
As usual, it’s spearheaded by Drumcode label owner, Adam Beyer, who has invited techno-heavyweights such as Richie Hawtin, Alan Fitzpatrick, Maceo Plex, Ben Klock, and Chris Liebing.
Making their Drumcode festival debuts after having recent standout releases on the label are Rebūke, Raxon and Will Clarke. Also, Berghain resident Marcel Dettmann will play at the event for the first time, along with DJ Rush, and others.
Festival-goers can also look forward to various boat & hotel parties.
Packages start at €249, with only a €10 deposit required to secure your spot. They’ve teamed up with ticketing partner Pollen, who cover all of your ticket & accommodation requirements, including a Covid-19 money-back guarantee.
For real-time updates, it looks like the best thing to do is follow the Drumcode feed on Facebook.
Drumcode Malta 2021 lineup flyer:
Watch the 2019 aftermovie:
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