Four years since the first Georgie’s Wundergarten, the festival returns to bring all the charm, magic, and intimacy that it started out with. The annual tradition of its festival series this year is no different: Georgie’s Wundergarten is creating a great blend of arts and music, bringing together like-minded people to dance to music so good you’d be too lost in the moment to track ID it, even if you had your phone with you. Sure, the line-up is secret, but Georgie’s Wundergarten from its very earliest days sought to promote the best of musical talent from the grassroots and up.
Georgie is just not a festival but a phenomenon of bringing people together and building a beautiful world for us to live where love, freedom, art, and ecstasy prevail.
One more important thing! Georgie’s Wundergarten is proud to be a camera and phoneless festival. It’s about creating real memories and reducing digital footprints. This way Georgie’s Wundergarten’s main theme won’t be filters, algorithms, live streams or temporary stories. This positive form of isolation will create an inspiring place, secluded from the outside world. At the same time, the ban represents a statement against individualism of today’s modern world and its digital soul.
It’s not all about the music though; Wundergarten also offers a great range of drinks, street food, theatre among other activities. The festival has hand-picked some of the best food trucks and special beers to keep you well-fed throughout the weekend.
Leave your gadgets at home and immerse yourself in this magical place, celebrate life, create memories, make friends and lovers. Hopefully see some of you here.
This year the festival takes place on 7th July at Riekerhaven. Later, in the night, an after-party will be held at an unknown location nearby. You can buy the tickets here.