Wouter de Vink
By Wouter de Vink

Next week, Musical Madness is organizing a fully corona-proof event with a big line-up in Germany. During Resurrection, great artists will perform in a huge arena, such as D-Block & S-te-Fan, Sub Zero Project LIVE with ‘Rave Into Space’, Phuture Noize, Aftershock and Villain.

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The Lanxess Arena can accommodate more than 2.000 visitors, making it the first location in Europe to hold major events in these bizarre times. Because the hall is divided into ‘cubes’ on the dancefloor and stands, you can simply dance here without a mask. In addition, the location is separated into five zones, to minimize queues, and you can pay for your drinks and snacks at the bar wirelessly. All measures are excellently explained in the video below!

Resurrection line-up:

D-Block & S-te-Fan
Sub Zero Project (Rave Into Space)
Phuture Noize
Hosted by Villain

Musical Madness is one of the largest harder styles organizations in Germany and is known for the famous Bootshaus hardstyle shows, hostings at New Horizons Festival and Parookaville and the many club tours. With Resurrection, the organization wants to give fans the best possibility to dance with friends to the music of their favorite artists. “We’ll make sure to deliver a sick audio-visual experience to make this a night to remember while this pandemic is still going on.”

The first corona-proof event of Musical Madness, with Sefa in the spotlights, was almost sold out and the very last tickets for the upcoming edition are currently being sold on the digital counter. So be quick!

Resurrection holds the flag high with corona-proof event in massive arena for 2.000 enthusiasts

Resurrection will be held on Friday the 4th of September 2020 from 20:00 (CET) at the Lanxess Arena in Cologne (Köln). For tickets and more information, go to the official Facebook event.


Three weeks left until the biggest Corona-safe Hardstyle show world-wide 🙏🏻 This is how it works!

To answer the most important question: Yes, you can dance!

Footage taken from Facebook page Musical Madness

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