Dekmantel has announced its return to Sao Paulo for another two day festival. For its second edition, the Amsterdam festival’s sister event is moving to a new venue called Playcenter, a former theme park that’s been abandoned since 2012.
Nina Kraviz, Four Tet, Marcel Dettmann, Floating Points, Midland and Peggy Gou will be making the trip to Playcenter, in Sao Paulo, Brazil to deliver a mind-blowing mix of contemporary electronic music.
Joining them at the abandoned park will be the Brazilian musicians Marcos Valle and Os Mulheras Negras, whilst a fair share of regulars such as Antal, Lena Willikens and Palms Trax will return to the fold.
The event which will take place across March 3 and 4 next year will be held in collaboration with the Brazilian label Gop Tun.
Tickets sales starts November 9th. Check out the teaser video below.
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