PAROOKAVILLE presents the first stars of the 2022 line-up with Armin van Buuren, FISHER, Scooter, Alle Farben, Purple Disco Machine, and many more…
The sixth edition of PAROOKAVILLE will take place from July 22nd to the 24th, 2022 at Weeze Airport to once again finally celebrate lunacy, love and pure joy! Just in time for Christmas we’re letting you in on the first big names in our Line-Up Announcement Week I. Throughout the whole week we’ll be revealing more artists online and by Friday 18 of the more than 300 total acts will be revealed!
Global star Armin van Buuren is one of the most influential Trance artists of the last few decades and a trailblazer in the worldwide success of electronic music. The unbound energy of this Dutch DJ and producer have seen him break one
record after another, and he will appear next year as a Headliner on the Mainstage.
FISHER’s 2018 mega-hit “Losing It” made him the year’s shooting star and catapulted him to the position of a “must-have” on the big stages at major festivals. Following the pandemic break, Australian artist FISHER recently made a
grand return, with his release “Just Feels Tight” pumping out his powerful trademark Tech House Sound and making him the perfect Headliner for the Desert Valley Stage.
The lads from Yellow Claw have been packing dancefloors for almost a decade now and performing at the world’s largest festivals. Their latest EP “The Black Delorean Project” is an homage to the car in which they shot their first music
video in ten years ago. Now these “Back To The Future” fans can drive onto the Mainstage in their own Delorean as Headliners.
SCOOTER are Germany’s most famous Techno act, and frontman H.P Baxxter is the Godfather of Rave. So far SCOOTER have spent an unbelievable 500+ weeks on the singles charts and 300+ weeks on the album charts, selling over 30 million records. Hyper, hyper, Headliner at Bill’s Factory.
The Corona pandemic has brought major challenges for the entire festival scene. Nevertheless the PAROOKAVILLE team is fully prepared and the organisers are looking optimistically toward the future.
PAROOKAVILLE GmbH co-founder Bernd Dicks comments, “This year in particular has demonstrated that the infection numbers drop significantly during the summer. Given the ever-increasing rates of people who are vaccinated or have recovered, we and many other large festival organizers are proceeding on the basis that in all likelihood festivals next summer will be able to be held in their normal capacity. So we’re booking new artists and we’re also optimistic that
along with PAROOKAVILLE in 2022, we will also be able to celebrate our new festival ‘San Hejmo’ in August of 2022.”