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Ricardo Villalobos and Laurel Halo are playing at a disused satellite station

4GB festival takes place later this month

  • Words: Patrick Hinton | Photo: Phillip Aumann
  • 1 May 2018
Ricardo Villalobos and Laurel Halo are playing at a disused satellite station

Georgian annual electronic music festival 4GB is taking place at a disused satellite station north of Tbilisi across two weekends later this month.

On the first weekend spanning May 18 to 19, Ricardo Villalobos, DJ Koze, Edward, Robag Wruhme, Scuba, Legowelt and Tobias are all locked in to perform.

The following weekend sees 4GB link forces with Berlin Atonal, showcasing a line-up featuring Surgeon, Laurel Halo (pictured), Veronica Vasicka, Skee Mask and Roly Porter on May 25.

Michael Mayer is also due to take up his usual role of closing out the festival on May 26.

4GB was founded in 2011 in tribute to pioneering Georgian DJ Gio Bakanidze. Mayer was Gio’s favourite artist, and after being the only visiting act in 2011, he’s closed the festival every year since.

Tickets are on sale now, purchase them here.

Check out a promo video for this year below, as well as a short film exploring 4GB’s history.

Patrick Hinton is Mixmag's Digital Staff Writer, follow him on Twitter

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