Daydream Festival lands in Barcelona for the first time
More than 70 DJs play electronic music, house and techno underground
The Daydream Festival kicked off on Friday in the Circuit de Catalunya-Montmeló, near Barcelona, with a lineup of more than 70 Djs. The famous electronic music festival, originally from Belgium, comes to Catalonia for the first time and will last until Saturday.
The festival has four stages and it's an opportunity to enjoy the big names of the electronic music, as well as house and techno underground, including Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Mike Like or W&W, Steve Angello, Luciano, Marco Carola, Loco Dice, Martin Solveig, Nicky Romero, Joris Voorn, Dubfire, and many others.
With music playing from 12pm until 6 am, festival-goers will not be disappointed, as the festival also includes a huge range of parallel activities. One of the highlights are the helicopter rides that allow festival-goers to enjoy the Circuit de Catalunya from the air.
For those that want to feel like they're flying, the festival also offers a 'Tunnel of the Air'. There are also graffiti work-shops and one can even do body painting. For more relaxing activities, try playing XBOX Games while you wait for your favorite DJ to start, or visit the chill-out area.
One of the organizers of the festival in Barcelona, Marc Rovira, said that festival-goers will find themselves in a "magic environment full of surprising fun" as well as, of course, an "impressive lineup".
Daydream festival in Barcelona has capacity for 50,000 people and will last between March 30 and March 31.