The Blessed Madonna, Christian Loffler, Shimza, and Airrica are among the Cercle Festival 2024 headliners.
Last fall, it came to light that Cercle Festival would make its highly anticipated return in 2024. Organizers have now shared the lineup for the gathering, which will take place at the National Air and Space Museum of France on May 25-26.
Performing at first day of the spring outing are artists like The Blessed Madonna, Dixon, Eli & Fur, Shimza, and Sven Väth. Attendees will also be treated to live sets by Christian Loffler, Jan Blomquist, Rampue, as well as novel pairings like Julya Karma b2b Notre Dame and Disclosure b2b Mochakk. All told, 18 acts grace the Cercle Festival 2024 Saturday lineup.
Sunday’s lineup consists of four fewer names, but more of them will deliver live sets. Airrica, Boris Brejcha, Denis Sulta, and Indira Paganotto are among the artists who will perform regular DJ sets. Bantwanas, Joris Delacroix, Oden & Fatzo, Vitalic, and WhoMadeWho are billed as live acts.
Just like in 2022, when Cercle Festival last took place, those present will get to party with planes and rockets towering overhead. That edition of the event featured headliners like Above & Beyond, Anfisa Letyago, Miss Monique, Adriatique, Jeremy Olander, Pan-Pot, Maceo Plex, KAS:ST, and Monika Kruse.
At the time of writing, Cercle Festival tickets are sold out. Organizers have shared a waitlist signup form for those hoping to secure tickets expected to go back on sale. They also offer insurance for those who buy theirs and then end up not being able to attend.
The National Air and Space Museum of France is a symbolic setting for a Cercle party. The brand started out as a broadcasting platform in 2016, outgrowing founder Derek Barbolla‘s Paris dwelling to include such stunning settings as Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia and Abbatiale de Bernay in France. Over the years, artists like Nina Kraviz, Stephan Bodzin, Seth Troxler, and Giorgia Angiuli have played Cercle livestreams.
Tickets to Cercle Festival 2024 are sold out at the time of writing. For more information or to join the waitlist for access when they become available, visit the Cercle website.