The overwhelming success of the first festival edition in 2012, featuring top stars David Guetta and DJ Antoine, was crowned by last year's festival winter that saw Klangkarussell, Disco Boys and Mike Candys live on stage. Now you better get ready for the upcoming Electric Mountain Festival highlights.
The musical opening event was already held in late November 2013, followed by monthly parties and Electric Mountain Events at Giggijoch's Funzone in January, February and March 2014. The concert marathon will culminate with a live Festival Week taking place from 02 to 04 April 2014.
2014 FESTIVAL WEEK
Once again cool rhythms and burning turntables await you in Sölden from 02 to 04 April 2014: on the occasion of the unique Electric Mountain Festival (EMF) celebrated at 2300 meters above sea level, 12 DJ Acts promise an insight into the fine art of producing stylish beats.
Among the undisputed highlights rank Klingande and Martin Solveig from France, and Netherland's Electro House star Chuckie.
Sölden, Giggijoch: The Hot Spot in the Alps hosts this truly outstanding electronic dance music festival in one of the highest Alpine locations. In 2012 the very first EMF was opened by megastar David Guetta under the warming spring sun. Right at the heart of the Sölden ski area, the continent's most renowned DJ artists perform live on stage in front of the cheering crowds: this year we warmly welcome the French chart stormers Klingande and Martin Solveig (super stars in the French Club Scene) plus Netherland's electric music heroes Chuckie and Showtek to Ötztal's number one ski resort. Additionally, the festival sees top-notch music artists on the turntables - Tube & Berger, DJane Juliet Sikora, AKA AKA, Wild Culture or DJ Shany & Rudy MC.
The finalists in the DJ Talent Contest also have the chance to show their skills live on stage. Sölden not only promises a pulsating festival program but also a unique blend of party fun and ski sports.
Holders of a valid ski pass enjoy free admission to all concerts held at the Hot Spot in the Alps.