Hurricane & Southside Music Festivals 2017

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Jun 23 - Jun 25 2017

Scheeßel and Tuttlingen, Germany

179 € (Festival Pass)

The Hurricane Festival is a music festival that takes place in Scheeßel near Bremen, Germany, usually every June. The festival and its guests are generally associated with the alternative part of mainstream music, although the festival has been becoming more and more mainstream over the years. The Southside Festival, often referred to as the “sister” of Hurricane, takes place on the same three days in the very south of Germany (contrary to Hurricane, which is in the north). Together they are a twin festival, since they are on the same days and usually have the same lineup with only few exceptions.

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