Cercle Festival will take place at the National Air and Space Museum of France when it returns next year on May 25-26.
Few curators in the scene have thrown impressive shows like Cercle has over the years. After all, what’s better than dancing the day or night away to some surreal sounds in picturesque locations around the world? This globe-trotting brand has brought some of the best and most beloved artists to unique locations like Petra in Jordan, Hakuba Iwatake in Japan, Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia, the Hatshepsut Temple in Egypt, and more on nearly every continent. Now, as the year draws to a close, they’ve set their sights on the return of Cercle Festival in 2024.
The most recent edition of Cercle Festival took place in 2022. It boasted a lineup that featured artists including the likes of Above & Beyond, Acid Pauli, Pan-Pot, Jeremy Olander, Monika Kruse, KAS:ST, Miss Monique, Adriatique, Maceo Plex, ARTBAT, Anfisa Letyago, and Amelie Lens, among others. Fans have yearned for another experience at the festival after it took a brief hiatus this year, but on May 25-26, they’ll get their wish as it heads back to the National Air and Space Museum of France.
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Limited details have surfaced surrounding Cercle Festival 2024, including the lineup and the cost of tickets. That said, Cercle’s track record has proven them to be one of the best in the business, so those who make their way to this festival can rest assured that they’ll be treated to soundscapes from a highly curated list of artists while dancing from 12pm to 11pm near massive planes, rockets, and more.