Courtesy of ALDA – The premiere of SAGA Festival featured spectacular stage designs.
That’s in addition to an A-list lineup, including Vini Vici pictured here.
Promoter ALDA welcomed more than 45,000 guests to the inaugural SAGA Festival at Romaero airfield in the Romanian capital of Bucharest, Sept. 10-12.
The lineup featured some of the biggest names in electronic music, who performed across six uniquely designed stages, including a derelict aircraft hangar: Tiësto, Don Diablo, Amelie Lens, Maceo Plex, Artbat, Clean Bandit (DJ Set), Laidback Luke, Adam Beyer, Enrico Sangiuliano, Nicky Romero, Carl Cox, Oliver Heldens, plus some 100 more international and local artists.
Courtesy of ALDA – British techno legend Carl Cox toasting the crowd.
The first edition of SAGA Festival welcomed some 45,000 visitors.
Every day of the festivalgoers got to enjoy a seven-minute drone show at the main stage. To enter the site, they had to produce one of the following health checks: a negative PCR or antigen test, and immunity certificate, or a digital vaccination certificate.
ALDA CEO Allan Hardenberg said, “There was fantastic energy at SAGA, the audience was amazing. The artists were also extremely excited and felt joy and a sense of friendship all around them. We thank all those who started this journey with us and who supported us unconditionally.”
He said his team was already in talks to put together next year’s lineup, which will they’ll begin to announce in a few weeks. While next year’s SAGA date has already been set, June 3-5, 2022, Hardenberg hinted that something else from ALDA might be coming before that: “The public is the most important for us and we always want to surprise them with the most interesting projects. All we can say right now is that we will reunite faster than you can imagine.”
Romania will be treated to another EDM extravaganza by ALDA this month already, an Armin van Buuren solo show is coming to Bucharest’s Constitution Square Sept. 25.