Glitch Festival 2024 Will Be Making a Wild Return With Over 70+ Artists

Glitch festival poster 2024

Glitch Festival 2024 will be returning on the 13-16 August in Malta bringing harder techno than ever.

What to expect from this year

Glitch Festival 2024 is back for its 7th edition, featuring eight stages and over 70 artists over the four-day duration. The organizers are going all out to bring the hardest techno music to this year’s festival.

The festival is in line with the hard techno trend getting more and more popular. This energetic sound is appealing to new audiences in the techno scene. Social media definitely played a role in hard techno gaining traction through TikTok and Instagram.

Expect a hard opening party, rooftop pool parties and an energetic Boiler Room Stage.

The Glitch Festival 2024 line-up

Glitch Festival 2024 lineup
Glitch 2024 Lineup

The line-up for Glitch Festival 2024 features artists from various genres such as Brutalismus 3000, Oguz, DJ Heartstring as well as fire local DJs like Acidulant, Budg, Sean Rickett and more.

An opening party will be happening again at the Valletta UNESCO World Heritage fort, featuring Job Jobse and Narciss with a b2b with SPFDJ.  The main festival will take place between the 14-15th at Gianpula Village at the foothills of Rabat. The 16th will be a full-packed day with boat parties around the coast (line-up coming soon) as well as a closing party at Gianpula Village with Anetha, DJ Gigola, And Mischulft.

Travel to Glitch

Glitch provides their party goers with travel options. You can catch their festival bus service that takes you directly to the festival gates from Gzira and Qawra (these are recommended areas to book for your stay).

Apart from this, Glitch has partnered with the new Maltese airline, KM Malta airlines, which offers flights from 17 major destinations around Europe. Check out their dedicated travel page on the Glitch Festival 2024 website.

Where it all began

In 2016, the idea of a techno festival was thrown around between a couple of event promoters. The four behind the brand – Andrew, Karl, Kevin and Cain– brought together their knowledge of organizing parties, and through that, connected Malta to various techno artists.

Click here to discover more on how Glitch began and follow our guides on upcoming festivals.

Written by Juliana Zammit

Juliana is a Bachelor student studying Journalism, and photography. Allowing her to narrate stories through text and images.

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