Three-day festivals are usually the norm these days, but Gem Festival (formerly Kazantip Republic) has announced that its new festival offering this summer will be a little longer — 32 days long to be exact.
That's right, Gem Festival is a promising a full 32 days of non-stop music on one of the world's biggest and cleanest beaches in Anaklia, Georgia.
Taking place between July 14th to August 14th, there will be a staggering 3,000 performances during the month-long festival split across nine different arenas, as well as a host of arts and crafts activities, sports and movies.
Despite its ridiculous length, the line-up is looking particularly impressive with the likes of Alexkid, Audiofly, Barac, Bella Sarris, Bill Patrick, Carlo Lio, Cassegrain & Tin Man, Dennis Ferrer, dOP, Dubfire, Francesca Lombardo, Honey Dijon, James Zabiela, Kollektiv Turmstrasse, Locked Groove, Mano Le Tough, Marc Romboy, Martin Buttrich, Matthias Tanzmann, Oliver Deutschmann, Paul Kalkbrenner, Petre Inspirescu, Praslea, Raresh, Rhadoo, Robag Wruhme, Roger Sanchez, Solomun, tINI, Thomas Melchior, Voigtmann and Wolf + Lamb amongst many others all set to play the 32-day festival — and that's only the first half of the line-up.
For tickets and more information on what must be one of the longest festivals in the world head to the Gem Festival website here.
Copyright Thrust Publishing Ltd. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.djmag.com as the source.