Capacity for 1500 people, 3 days of electronic music, 7 pioneers of the international electronic scene. 4 stands dedicated to unforgettable animations and experiments, all in 320 FEST, an ecological festival.
The electronic music nights of Tèktox Records are considered an unmissable event since 2019 for a community that grows day by day. A collective formed by DJs and sound professionals, mostly passionate about musical research and minimal electronic music.
The founders of 320 FEST, represent the new generation of entrepreneurs involved in the artistic, cultural and economic evolution of Tunisia. This 1st edition will have as its theme Yin and Yang. An aesthetically harmonious universe where festival goers will be immersed in the atmosphere of duality between shadow and light.
7 internationally well-known artists:
Chris Stussy 🇳🇱
Dj Masda 🇯🇵
Evan Baggs 🇩🇪
Gene On Earth 🇩🇪
As part of its commitment to social responsibility and taking into account the current national and global epidemiological situation, 320 FEST is a “Covid Responsible” event.
The capacity of the event will be limited to 1500 attendees. The lodging capacity of the rooms will be limited to 3 persons/room. All the activities of the festival will take place in outdoor spaces respecting the rules of social distancing. The organizers will provide free surgical masks and antiseptic gel as a preventive measure.
This year 2021, it is the beautiful city of Monastir that will host the 1st edition of 320 FEST, which will be held from the 18th to the 20th of June at the ONE Resort Aqua Park & Spa, a hotel renowned for the quality of its services.
The music will undoubtedly be the center of the event, but the installations of the videomakers and designers will complete the set, bringing balance and well-being to the attendees. In a local vision that favors the Tunisian economy, the festival will be itinerant. In setting up this event, the organizing team will call on local service providers.
Events of this nature rely on people putting effort into their local scene, and Tunisia has a wealth of talent at its disposal. The local artists Ahmet Mecnun, Ala Djebali, Ali Boulares, Briki, Connivences, Dawan, Emine, Emir Fekih, Hamdi Ryder, Herthug, Ines Afs, Kachoukhi, Mood, Monet Mane, Mult, Pan-J, Rabii, Root, Saadoon, Tige and Zoux will bring that local flavor throughout that weekend.
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