There is still one day to go to Villaricos-Palomares to dance on the beaches in the summer festival for electronic music, which is the best in Andalusia, and possibly in Spain. Cuevas del Almnzora, the district that is home to dance music, will be once more the epicenter of national dance music, starting July 13th. Dreambeach will return after a break due to pandemic. The macro-festival has announced the artists that will perform each day.
Dreambeach's 2022 commitment is clear. It focuses on two of the most prominent sounds in dance culture: Techno, which is experiencing a momentous moment all over the globe; and Hardstyle, which has a growing following both in Levante Almeria as well as on the international and national scene.
Techno masters Joseph Capriati and Andrea Oliva joined the Andalusian Electronic Music Festival. They were joined by Raul Pacheco and Pan-Pot, Cellini, and hardstyle icons Sefa and Wildstylez. Rebelion and Vicente one more time. B Jones, a Spanish disc jockey, is also performing on Tomorrowland's main stage. She has been touring festivals around the globe and breaking down all barriers in the electronic scene.
Open Air stage is the home for Drum DJs
The last Dreambeach Villaricos edition, which was held before covid-19 in 2019, drew 160,000 people. The festival is now facing the challenge of setting a new date after two years of being suspended due to the pandemic. The festival has always been held in the first half August. In order to ensure sustainability and better integration with the environment, the event was moved forward to July 2022. This is because it will not coincide the highest peak tourist occupation along the Almeria coast.
Dreambeach will construct three stages in its concert venue of 80,000 square meters.
The Camping Stage will feature all of the music programming for the camping area in one stage. This is a novelty. It features afternoon sessions by local talent and party themes by the collaborating stations Balearica, HIT FM, and Unika FM.
Like every year, the camping area opens at noon on Wednesday, July 13th. It will be open to thousands of dreamers and party-goers from all over the globe who will bring their tents, awnings, and beach chairs to set up camp for five days of partying.
The music will start in the afternoon on the Camping Stage. At 11:00 p.m., the traditional Welcome Villaricos party, a techno- and house session championed the official Balearic Radio, will begin. Guests DJs Anna Tur and Dub Tiger, Hosse and Oscar L will be there.
Thursday, July 14th will be the big party. Between 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., the official HIT FM radio DJs (Jose AM. Alekos Rubio. JosueGomez.) will host a HIT Party that focuses on commercial and dance rhythms at the Camping Stage.
The concert hall will be open for the first-time at sunset. The Brugal Mainstage will host a variety of music, including HipHop (Bizarrap and Kase.O), and the highly-anticipated performance by Alesso, the Swedish EDM legend.
Dr. Peacock and Miss K8 will represent Hardstyle. The Dreams Tent will host an amazing night of Techno, featuring I Hate Models' Nina Kraviz and VTSS, Lily Palmer, Fatima Hajji, and other artists.
Vicente One More Times and Juandy will host the Unika FM showcase on Friday with hardstyle music at the Camping Stage. Headliners Dimitri Vegas and Vicente One More Time will perform at the Brugal Mainstage.
The festival's Dreams Tent will offer Richie Hawtin an emotional opening session. It will then be followed by a huge list of Techno and House stars, including Amelie Lens and Deborah de Luca. Open Air will be open to DJs like Alix Perez, Mefjus, and A.M.C.
The festival's most commercial aspect, Saturday July 16, will attract a lot of dreamers. The Mainstage will feature urban singers Eladio Carrrion, Maikel Dellacalle, and Ayaxy Prok. They will be joined by EDM stars like Nervo, Illenium and DJ Diesel (Shaquille Ol'Neal’s musical alia), B Jones, and Brian Cross.
The day will be historic in the tent with a parade featuring underground stars such as Marco Carola and Paco Osuna, Deep Dish, Boris Brejcha, Andrea Oliva and Paco Osuna. The legendary Dutch duo Noisia will perform their farewell concert in Spain at the Open Air Stage before they retire and the Drum program.
On Sunday, the most sad day at Dreambeach, there will be morning sessions in the camp area. The afterparty will be followed by a spontaneous party in the parking lot. Campers will then say goodbye to each other until the venue closes in the middle afternoon.
Dreambeach is offering single tickets starting at 35 euro for festival subscriptions. Glamping accommodation packages are also available, which include additional amenities for gourmet campers.