Hurricane Festival
© Alexander Schliephake
Hurricane Festival
© / Kevin McElvaney
Hurricane Festival
© Alexander Schliephake
Hurricane Festival
© Christoph Eisenmenger
Hurricane Festival
© Alexander Schliephake
Hurricane Festival
© Christoph Eisenmenger
Hurricane Festival
© Lukas Lau

Hurricane Festival

June 18 to 20, 2021

Classic festival feeling with national and international acts awaits you on the fields around Scheeßel at the Hurricane Festival. In 2021 Kings of Leon, Deichkind, Seed and many more will make the stage shake.

The fields around the motorcycle sand-race track Eichenring in Scheeßel have been a credit to the name of the festival for many summers. Thundering sandstorms in the heat one year, in the next year paddling with the rubber boat through the mud puddle to the tent after heavy rain. The third weekend in June is really tough. The musical all-rounder will be joined by confirmed professionals from all over Germany with their festival UFOs - and many homies from the metropolitan region.

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Short & Sweet

  • When June 18 to 20, 2021
  • Where Eichenring, Scheeßel
  • First year 1997
  • Admission From 159 euros
  • No. of visitors 70,000
  • Music style Electronic, hip hop, indie, punk, rock
  • Nowhere but here Helga got lost. Visitors to festivals all over. Germany still call her name to this day

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