5 Jul at 11:00 – 8 Jul at 19:00 UTC+02
The Antaris starship has finally started its journey from distant galaxies, flying with Warp -25- towards Stölln. The punctually calculated landing date is July 5th, 2019. In its usual glory and more fantastic then ever, it will be pumping intergalactic sounds and starlight from the depths of the universe over the Otto-Lilienthal airfield until the 8th of July.
Laugh and dance!
Your Antaris Star Crew
After a wonderful 24th festival, a big anniversary is coming up: a quarter of a century of ANTARIS will be celebrated in 2019.
We have a lot of enthusiasm to make everything more beautiful for the big 25th ANTARIS, from the sanitary situation to the music system, more music styles, light, laser show, Alternative Floor, Chillout and Spiritual Area – everything will be a bit better and fine tuned. And we shall party like it is the last time, as it is not sure how it will continue for the Grand Madame of the Psytrance Festivals.
See you in the summer of 2019, when the ANTARIS UFO lands in its usual light and shines bright once again. The ANTARIS starship has already set in motion from distant galaxies and is flying with Warp 25 propulsion towards Stölln. The punctually calculated landing date is July 5th. In its usual splendor and more fantastic than ever, it will pump intergalactic sounds and starlight from the depths of the universe over the Otto-Lilienthal airfield for four days and three nights.
We are looking forward to meet you all again from the 5th to the 8th of July 2019!
Laugh & Dance! It’s for your eyes, your ears and your heart!
ANT-ARIS =AGAINST WAR! For friendship, peace and freedom !
Otto Lilienthal Airfield in Stölln is not only a wonderful party space, it is also the oldest airfield in the world. Here is where the pioneer, Otto Lilienthal started the first started his first human gliding experiments. From the festival site near Gollenberg he made many daring flying experiences. For the anniversary from “100 Jahre Menschenflug/100 years of human flights” on 23rd October 1989 the flight captain, Heinz-Dieter Kahlbach spectacularly landed an Iljuschin II-62 on the 900 meter grass runway. Later, Otto Lilienthals wife Agnes was given the title “Lady Agnes”. So much history – so check out the airplane, it is now an interesting museum which also serves as Registry Office from time to time! We are proud, in the spirit of this daring pioneer, to have the opportunity to come together and blast off for four days and three nights, in this village steeped in such amazing history.
For specific informations on how to get to the venue by Car, Bus & Train, including Hotel Recommendations, click HERE.