Are you the greatest lover of electronic music? If so, you should know the Klubbers’ Day Festival that will be held this month in the Spanish capital! This is one of the more established festivals for all those lovers of electronic music: no matter if you prefer techno, trance or house music because there you will find all of them! This will be the fifth consecutive year that this the Klubbers’ Day is celebrated. Madrid awaits all the electronic music enthusiasts with the best proposals.
The Klubbers’ Day has proposed to bet for the sustainability and the ecology with a great initiative called Klubbers’ Green area. In order to cooperate towards preserving the environment a ground capable of generating energy has been installed. With this ground they will save energy and supply power for the DJ cabin. They also will use only recycled materials. Beside all this, the bars have been designed to minimize the energy consumption.
This eagerness aims to search out advantageous solutions for achieving a prolongation in the industry of entertainment as well as building up alertness among people about the great need for the looking after nature along with a rationable growth. They have created a fantastic green proposal: they promote environmentally friendly public transportation, for every sold ticket, a tree will be planted, they have made all the flyers out of recycled paper,; energy is saved using LED lights, water and electricity consumptions are optimized to a minimum, waste is recycled, plastic consumption is reduced, and so on.
More than 100 national and international DJs and bands will play in this edition of the Klubbers’ Day. Some of them are: Faithless, Brian Cross, Armin Van Buuren, Erick Morillo, Egbert y Ilario Alicante, Óscar Murelo, Henry Saiz, Sven Vath, Dubfire Paul Ritch, Umek, Adam Beyer, etc.
But the Klubbers’ Day Festival will offer also a lot of activities for all tastes: there will be held an exhibition dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, live acts by cultural pointers bands from the underground scene in Madrid and a meeting point for friends and journalists.