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PAROOKAVILLE Shares First Artists For 2022 Return


PAROOKAVILLE is the largest festival in Germany and the first names of their 2022 roster support that reputation. Trance legend Armin Van Buuren, “Losing It” mastermind Fisher, and the always funky Purple Disco Machine are all confirmed for the event next year. The full lineup will be announced by the end of this week, with over 300 total acts performing.

Despite rising cases of COVID-19 all over Europe leading to club closures in cities like Berlin and the entire country of France, PAROOKAVILLE organizers remain optimistic that the event will be able to continue at full capacity.

PAROOKAVILLE GmbH co-founder Bernd Dicks comments, “This year, in particular, has demonstrated that the infection numbers drop significantly during the summer. Given the ever-increasing rates of people who are vaccinated or have recovered, we and many other large festival organizers are proceeding on the basis that in all likelihood festivals next summer will be able to be held in their normal capacity. So we’re booking new artists and we’re also optimistic that along with PAROOKAVILLE in 2022, we will also be able to celebrate our new festival ‘San Hejmo’ in August of 2022.”

PAROOKAVILLE 2022 will take place July 22-24 at Weeze Aiport. Click here to purchase tickets and learn more information.

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