Hamburg’s Habitat Festival takes place annually on the grounds of the MS Artville on the island of Wilhelmsburg in the Elbe River. Until recently, the festival took place Hohenlockstedt, but in 2022 the festival moved to its new island home and over 8,000 visitors danced and celebrated for 32 hours in the south of Wilhelmsburg.
Habitat has joined the ranks of other alternative festivals that call Wilhelmsburg home, such as the Vogelball and the Spektrum Festival.
2023 Line Up
The 2023 Habitat Festival was full of exciting acts, including:
Ameli Paul | An On Bast | DJ Mell G | Elli Acila | Fejká | Fjaak | Fuffifuffzich | Juan Hansen | Kalte Liebe | Lady Starlight | L.F.T. | Lucinee B2B Lifka | Malug | Mama Snake | Marlon Hoffstadt | Team Scheisse
20-21 July, 2024
For more information, including tickets and a full 2024 line up when it becomes available, visit the Habitat Festival online.
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