The fourth edition of the Electrobeach Festival in Benidorm will bring 23 of the current main artists of electronic music to the city during August’s long weekend.

This year, the Electrobeach Festival will be held on Friday 16th and Saturday 17th August in the campus ‘Open Air Stage’ of the Terra Mitica amusement park. Is thus the whole party concentrated in a single scenario, unlike other years, when the festival was divided between several stages in different locations.

Guest Artists


Carl Cox

With a line-up headed by:

Carl Cox, English Dj recognized on a global scale in the world of techno who will present its project ‘Revolution’ together with his team composed by Nicole Mouldaber, Bushwaka!, Cristian Varela and John Rundell;


Richie Hawtin

Richie Hawtin, known worldwide for his minimal techno at M_nus and responsible for projects such as Enter;
And Marco Carola, the acclaimed Italian artist of minimal techno.

No less important will be the participation of the Spaniard from Madrid Óscar Mulero, the American Jeff Mills (forerunner of the Detroit techno), Fátima Hajji (who also participated in last year’s Edition), or the representative from Barcelona, Paco Osuna, who was one of the most important artists of the year, awarded as the best Dj by several media and a regular contributor to M_nus.

We will also have 12 more contributing artists, visible on the line-up sign.


Marco Carola


The first quota of this successful festival were sold in less than 24 hours, which demonstrates the great reception that it has.

It is necessary to be over 18 to allow entry. An Id document will be required at the entrance (Spanish DNI, NIE docuemnt for foreigner residents or Passport).

The 2 days-ticket is now at 50 Euros (plus the cost of management, which is of 1.5 Euros buying it directly via Electrobeach Festival’s Facebook Page, and of 3.70 € through ticketmaster.es).
The VIP-tickets are available for 90 Euros per person.

For those who are only interested in going only one day, it is possible to purchase a 1-day-entry for 30 Euros, and 60 Euros for the VIP ticket.


How to get there

From Benidorm you can arrive with bus no. 1 towards Terra Mitica (must ask the driver whether it is going to Terra Mitica, since some buses of this line do not go up to Terra Mitica), or with the tram train no. 1, towards Alicante (first stop, ‘Terra Mítica’).


From the organization of the event they remind us that:

– You cannot enter drinks or food to the complex. These can be acquired inside.
– The entry is not allowed with alcohol, illegal substances, weapons or dangerous objects.
– Access will be prohibited to people who incur into violent, inadequate, offensive behaviors or attitude, or to those who show signs of being under the effects of alcohol and/or drugs.
– All bags and rucksacks will be registered at the entry to the festival.


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