The Fusion Festival combines all styles of the underground electronic music scene. A space people go to free their minds from their everyday lives, jobs, studies and other responsibilities. It is the result of the search for an alternative through music, to the system we are forced to live in. People go to this space to experience a different way of socializing and living, where the reason for socializing is to experience one another, share our love for music and our experiences in life.
The Fusion Festival organizers maintain the spirit of keeping it more underground from its beginnings to promote it only between artists and friends. Without advertisement, it has grown to hosting around 60,000 people per year (as of 2012).
A specialty of the festival is the unannounced lineup. Only in the festival guide, the lineup will be printed and is not announced in advance. It has hosted many artists from all around the world all since the beginning joining in the support of an idea to connect people who have similar or interesting frames of mind to learn from each other and interact and also learning new points of view from different cultures.
The goal of the festival unlike many others in Europe is not purely to make profit and because of this, it has kept ticket prices far below any other festival in Europe even though there is a high demand of tickets. In December 2011, tickets were released at 70 euros for the entire four days and sold out within the first 30 hours.
The food available at the festival includes vegetarian food at very reasonable prices near the various stages. Large circus tents as well as a theater can also be found. Buses going to a lake driving about 15 minutes from the festival space are leaving and returning every half an hour..
Sunday – €90 plus €10 rubbish deposit
Weekend – €90 plus €10 rubbish deposit