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© MS DOCKVILLE / Harry Horstmann
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MS DOCKVILLE Festival

From August 16-18: Festival feeling in the hanseatic city

Dockville, Hamburg's annual festival of music and art, will take place for the 16th. time in 2024 - with an unprecedented presentation of visual art and musical line-up, the small independent Dockville team will set new standards this year with the "Open-Air-Festival" format.

Not only the unique city centre location of the festival with its great combination of urban industrial charm and natural elements such as water (Elbe), green meadow and birch groves provide a very unconventional festival feeling. There is also a diverse musical programme presented on as many as seven stages and venues, which is a cornerstone for this that combines both local and established artists jwith young and talented artists.

The Festival

The end of the three-day MS DOCKVILLE Festival represents the culmination of the summer, with over 130 musical acts and more than 22,000 visitors in this gently growing art camp-microcosm, creating a charming atmosphere for the music and art festival with its many buildings, installations and wondrous places. The detailed line-up and the complementary programme of the MS DOCKVILLE Festival and of the MS ARTVILLE will be prepared and published over the next few months.

Short & Sweet

  • When August 19 to 21, 2022
  • Where Reiherstieg, Hamburg Wilhelmsburg
  • First year 2007
  • Admission From 135 euros
  • No. of visitors 20,000
  • Music style Electronic, hip hop, indie, punk, rock
  • Nowhere but here Cycling to and from the festival under the Elbe; liquorice liqueur from a mobile home.

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