Sziget Announces Star-studded TicketSwap Colosseum Lineup

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Bringing together the best of alternative electronic music, Sziget's party venue TicketSwap Colosseum, reimagining ancient amphitheaters, returned last year with a revamped and exclusive look. This year, it has been further enhanced with an exciting design and a star-studded line-up of sound and lighting technology.

The TicketSwap Colosseum is an exciting architectural space that stands out, an excitingly lit modern amphitheater that is a unique example of innovative sustainability solutions. The internationally renowned architecture firm Hello Wood, which designed the venue, was inspired by pallets, with the majority of its building materials being recycled, reused, or recyclable. The 9-meter high Colosseum, with a capacity for 3,000 people, is built from almost 5,000 pallets, the raw character of the industrial materials structure blending well with the mechanical electronic music. Two bars, a backstage area, and a VIP zone are located in the arc of the pallet columns, while the dance floor features a DJ booth built into a giant "gladiator head", where the best of underground electronic music takes turns.

The festival organizers have just released the list of international performers to perform in the Colosseum. The first day will feature Herrensauna XXL, Patrick Mason, VTSS, MARRØN, Estella Boersma, Sugar, and u.r.trax. The next day, festivalgoers could check out Mall Grab, Partiboi69, KETTAMA b2b Miley Serious, DJ Gigola, JKS, Juicy Romance, Afriqua.

August 12 will feature SHDW & Obscure Shape, Hadone, Marco Bailey, Stephan Krus, and Asymptote. The next day's international performers are Soft Crash, DJ Tennis, Dixon, Massano, Marino Canal and GHEIST. On August 14, Courtesy, Anetha, Sven Väth, Byron Yeates, and Chaos In The CBD.

And on the final day of the Sziget, the international line-up at the TicketSwap Colosseum will include Sara Landry, I Hate Models, Shlømo, Kobosil, Rebekah, Lokier, Lee Ann Roberts, and 999999999.

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