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Festival – Traiskirchen: The first “electronic heart park” runs smoothly

Festival – Traiskirchen: The first “electronic heart park” runs smoothly

The festival held in the city park was a highlight for all EDM fans. The free concert series follows the popular “Unplugged in the Park” and “Music in the Park” events from previous years. 15 acts, including local greats such as Steve Hope, Galen Mays and Peter Pan, ensured a great atmosphere on two stages until late into the evening.

The highlight of the evening was undoubtedly DJ Da Hool, who sparked the '90s Love Parade revival in the city park with his No. 1 hit “Meet Her at the Loveparade.”

The diverse program was rounded off with catering from Garden of Encounter as well as several food trucks serving everything from langos to burgers and cakes. Sensational gin creations from Big Alex, Austria's tallest man, closed the show.

Youth were the focus of the festival

“With the 'Electronic Heart Park' we wanted to create an event dedicated to young people and we are delighted with the great reception,” says local councilor Robert Ischinger. Although the weather was mixed and there was heavy rain at “No one went home, everyone just kept dancing,” says Eichinger, who was particularly impressed by how relaxed and casual all the guests were.

NÖN employee Daniela Mork also mingled with the revelers. Her conclusion: “The event started at 11.30am and continued until late into the night. The free entry was a lot of fun for many guests. Also worth noting: This event has been well received by several generations. Food was also served with sausages and cotton candy and the staff behind the drinks counter were always busy.

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Sometimes, you can hear popular songs from the past few years, such as Route 94's “My Love” with well-known singer Jess Glenn. Other hit songs of the genre were also easily recognizable and well received by festival guests. Women danced more to electronic beats. There were also a few male dancers.

This event was made possible in collaboration with Paul Schnecker and Ton aus Strom. “We are already looking forward to the next release next year,” confirm Eichinger and Schnecker. Eichinger definitely wants to continue the festival next year. “We are currently having discussions about areas where there may be room for improvement in the coming year,” Eichinger noted.