The Stuttgart Electronic Music Festival, known as SEMF, marks the end of the festival season on Saturday, December 14th, when the Stuttgart Conference Halls will once again become the epicenter of the international electronic music scene.
With Sven Väth, Luciano, Chris Liebing, Maya Jane Coles, Lexy & K -Paul and Westbam on the bill, the event has grown to four areas this year. Thousands of square meters spread over several stages make SEMF 2013 the biggest electronic music festival in southern Germany.
The demand for tickets has taken a frenetic pace. Within only twelve hours the limited early birds tickets were sold out -- a record in the history of the festival.
One reason for that might be the list of electronic heavyweights who are attending the festival and the bunch of fresh and new talents. This time Sven Väth is joined by Luciano, the man behind Cadenza and Vagabundos who is currently one of the most requested DJs in the world.
Other headliners are Chris Liebing and Marcel Dettmann, resident DJ of the famous club Berghain in Berlin.
From England comes Maya Jane Coles, the most requested deep house producer of the moment, and from Austria the incredibly successful Klangkarussell. Westbam,one of the icons of the German techno and rave movement, is joining SEMF as well. In these days, Westbam celebrates its 30th anniversary behind the decks.
Beyond the musical delights, SEMF attendees can expect a large number of activities and performances, fun and excitement. Presale tickets at 47 euros (plus transaction costs) are available on the SEMF website.
Full line up at one glance: Sven Väth, Luciano, Chris Liebing, Marcel Dettmann, Moonbootica, Lexy & K-Paul live, Maya Jane Coles, Len Faki, Oliver Koletzki, Karotte, Westbam, Dominik Eulberg, Gregor Tresher live, Klangkarussell, Gary Beck, Matador live, &Me, RAR (Rampa & Re.You) live, Julien Bracht live, Argy, Konstantin Sibold, Casseopaya live, RAM, Crackpots, Raphael Dincsoy, Domenico Mazza & Oli Brünemann, Jul!, Kneer & Koegler