Melt! Festival 2018

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Jul 13 - Jul 15 2018

Gräfenhainichen, Germany (Ferropolis)

129 € - 149 € (GA)

Melt! Festival is one of the largest open-air electronic music festivals in Germany. The 2018 edition is scheduled for July 13th-15th. The festival takes place in Ferropolis open-air museum, near Gräfenhainichen.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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