Parookaville Festival: Star DJ Felix Jaehn completes the line-up

Parookaville Festival
Star DJ Felix Jaehn completes the line-up

Felix Jaehn is back in Parookaville.

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From Felix Jaehn to Alexander Marcus: The Parookaville Festival has confirmed the last batch of stars coming to Weeze in July.

The line-up for Parookaville 2024 is set. The makers of the Electronic Music Festival have confirmed the last batch of artists. The most famous name is certainly that of a Parookaville veteran: Felix Jaehn (29). The star DJ from Hamburg has been part of every edition since it started in 2015. As befits his status, Jaehn is the headliner on the main stage on the last day of the festival. Parookaville 2024 will take place from July 19th to 21st at Weeze Airport in North Rhine-Westphalia.

Among the latest names released are new headliners for Friday and Saturday. On July 19th, Oliver Heldens (29) will play the main stage. The Dutchman is playing in Weeze for the sixth time. Steve Aoki (46) is also a regular guest. The American comes to the main stage on July 20th. The DJ, known for throwing cakes into the audience, is bringing his “Pizzaoki bus” with him again.

Alexander Marcus and the summer hit of 2023 are there

Alexander Marcus (52) is an exotic figure among the internationally booked top DJs. As in previous years, he will perform his mixture of electro and pop with gaga lyrics (“Hundi”, “Hawaii Toast”) on the second main stage.

Niklas Dee and Luca-Dante Spadafora (25) are also confirmed to appear. Together with the singer Octavian (31) and the song “Girl on the Horse” they landed the official summer hit of 2023. They will play on the Brainwash stage on Sunday, July 21st.

Already confirmed for the Parookaville Festival were, among others, Robin Schulz (36), Armin van Buren (47), Paul Kalkbrenner (46), Alle Farben (38), Armand van Helden (54), Disturbed but Geil, Lexy & K- Paul and Scooter. Special guest is rapper Ski Aggu (26), who had a mega hit with Joost Klein (26) with the cover version of Otto Waalkes’ (75) “Friesenjung”.


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