Curated by Stefan Goldmann, the large-scale electronic event takes place in February.
Strom Festival will makes it debut next year.
Running February 7th and 8th, 2020, the Stefan Goldmann-curated event takes over Philharmonie Berlin. Designed by Hans Scharoun, the celebrated hall usually houses Western classical music—Strom Festival will allegedly be the first time a large-scale electronic event has been held there.
The main concert hall will hold audiovisual live performances from Cristian Vogel, Ryoji Ikeda, Kruder & Dorfmeister and the curator Goldmann. The foyer hosts DJ sets from the likes of KiNK and Deena Abdelwahed. Robert Henke will show his installation called Phosphor for the first time in Germany.
For punters under age 29, Strom is offering reduced ticket prices (€29) for day passes.
See the lineup.