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Searching for a festival to attend with gf (1st one)

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noma    7

Hello

 

I've been listening to psytrance for more then a decade now. Me and my gf are together for 4 years now, this summer she wants to brighten her horizon and want to come with my to a psy festival.

Does anyone have any ideas, I've been searching on the net. But I can not make up my mind.

I just want a really great special festival for my girlfriend. Not to big, not to small..

Music might just be a mix of everything. As long as there is progressive.

 

So far I have found Shankra festival and New Healing festival. Important is that the festival can not be the last 3 weeks of august. Also we are planning to travel in East-Europe. So Poland, Czech, Austria, Germany, Lithuania...

 

thanks in advance and kind regards :)

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Padmapani    395

the most redeeming features of any festivals still left in austria is that they aren't too far to drive for austrians. it's not worth it to come here for a festival. politicians have made the life as difficult as possible for the organisers that most have given up or moved elsewhere. (btw: austria is not eastern but central europe ;) )

 

i know you didn't hae a festival that's too big, but wouldn't ozora or boom still be obvious choices with a great variety in music and the "full experience"? the atmosphere at those big events is really different than at smaller festivals. (at least it was a few years ago when i was there the last time)

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Paul Eye    451

Well, if Finland doesn't stray too far away from your plan (and you're not afraid of possible rain...), then might I recommend Kosmos Festival. Not too big, not too small, and it's already grown out of its baby shoes. It's just a weekend though (if you're looking for a longer festival).

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mars    141

I'd recommend a festival where there's a solid chill stage, so she can take a break from the kick-bass-kick-bass chaos.

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kicma    23

Transylvaliens in Romania is beatiful festival with great atmosphere I can recommend but not sure how much progressive is there

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Lemmiwinks    35

I'd definately recommend Space Safari as a spring-time warm-up for bigger festivals. Great atmosphere, friendly people, good music. But if you want to go all-in, then I'd say Ozora, like Squid said, the main advantage of big festivals is that there are loads of scenes and there's a little something for everyone, you never get bored.

Now the main disadvantage with going all-out to a great festival from the start is that once you go to smaller venues after that it feels a bit dissapointing (presonally I've stopped going to small parties all together because I find them too boring compared to big festivals...)

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