- The well-loved Japanese festival has shared details of its new home after leaving Naeba Greenland, its site since 2009.
Labyrinth has announced its new home.
For its 2019 edition, the Japanese festival is moving to the Hodaigi Camping Ground in Minakami, Gunma. It announced the move on social media this morning, sharing a few details about the venue: "It features a flat, grass dance floor surrounded by mountains and trees, full facilities (auto-camping, bungalows, BBQ areas and coin showers) and deep forest camping." Last September, Labyrinth revealed it would leave Naeba Greenland—its home since 2009—after the 2018 edition.
In another change this year, Labyrinth is moving from September to October, running from the 12th through 14th. The lineup is still TBA, though it may repeat last year's decision to not post its programme in advance.