Set in the idyllic countryside just north of Berlin, Sacred Ground’s free-spirited ethos combined with renowned international DJs, Bands and Live Artists is transforming the idea of what a music festival can be. Dedicated to life’s true pleasures, nature, art, food, and witha line-up of friends and respected artists invited by Ry X and Frank Wiedemann—Sacred Ground will again be the happening of the summer.
Limited to just 1000 tickets, this exclusive festival puts aside brand sponsorship, backstage and VIP guest areas to prioritize the experience of the festival goer above all else. Producing a truly open, intimate and transformative experience—allowing everyone to enjoy the lush ambient area, circus tent and herb garden café, dance under the stars and enjoy the DJs playing until sun comes up. Sacred Ground is a gathering where guests, artists, high-quality food and drinks, as well as a comfortable surrounding are at the center. A place where even the villagers get involved by giving over their gardens, manning the food stalls and helping to foster an unparalleled atmosphere of togetherness.
Hosted on a private one-hundred-year old farm, Sacred Ground has one main stage giving full attention to each artist and a circus tent that opens its gates after the main stage closes, where you can dance until the sun comes up. The ambient area is being taking care of by specially selected live and ambient DJs and this year the church will be open for special acoustic shows. The close relationship of the acts creates a space for inspired collaborations, such as last year’s jam between David August, Mathew Jonson, Âme and Ry X. The timetable of the performances won’t be released, leaving space for surprises, collaborations and improvisations.
Sacred Ground will open its premises on Friday, July 21 – 2pm. The musical program starts on Friday at 3pm and will end on Sunday, July 23 with a grand finale concert at 6pm. The Circus Tent will be open after the main stage closes and not be closed before 8am.
The Festival is located at Trampe 9 / 17326 Brüssow, just 130km north of Berlin. There are a couple of options how to get there e.g. car sharing, train etc. There will be also shuttles bringing you to and from Sacred Ground to the nearest trainstation Prenzlau.
Sacred Ground Festival tickets include camping. Cars or camper vans are welcome on the camping site. Tents can be also rented at Zeltheld, who will set everything up for you.