Rampage, the biggest drum and bass and dubstep party in the universe, has massive plans for their Total Takeover with a sublime lineup.
Belgium’s Rampage Festival has grown over the years to earn the title of “the biggest drum and bass and dubstep festival in the universe,” and they’ve unveiled an exciting new concept for this year’s edition that fans won’t want to miss. Happening on March 10 – 11 and dubbed as the Total Takeover, this year’s edition of the festival will literally be taking over Antwerp in its entirety by hosting a different lineup in 10 different clubs at once on Friday and a huge lineup to take place at the Sportpaleis Mayhem on Saturday.
Friday will see them take over Club Capital, Club Vaag, Zappa, Ampere, Cargo Club, Cafe Local, and a whopping four spaces at IKON – Mainroom, Aura, Fusia, and Skyclub – to kick the weekend off right. Those with tickets will be able to access all ten clubs, allowing attendees to choose whichever sound or vibe fits their style the best and the ability to club-hop through the night. All of the venues are a short taxi, walk, or scooter ride away from one another, and the festival’s official app can let you know which clubs might be full and how far away they are.
Related: Thinking about attending their sister event, Rampage Open Air, in June? Head over to our post for more details on this experience.
With takeovers hosted by the creative minds of 1985 Music, UKF, Monstercat, EATBRAIN, Eptic, and more, deciding which clubs you’re going to hop between on Friday might be a challenge. Check out the full lineups for each club to help you prepare for the experience. Then, the following night is set to be even more massive because, in classic Rampage style, the Sportpaleis Mayhem arena will feature sets from Andy C, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Alix Perez, Hedex, and more. There’s no doubt that the venue will be packed full of the impressive lights, lasers, and overall production that the festival is known for.
Tickets for Rampage Total Takeover weekend are on sale now via their official website, so be sure to lock yours in if you plan on joining in on the chaos in Antwerp this year!