Melt! Festival 2015

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Jul 17 - Jul 19 2015

Ferropolis, Germany

€ 136 (3-Day Ticket)

Melt! Festival is the ultimate “Electronic Meets Rock” festival that takes place in Germany. Held in the giant industrial museum Ferropolis, the event spreads over six floors, and has a line-up of over 80 live acts over the weekend.

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