GEM Festival Returns as “World’s Longest Festival”
This year's edition runs from July 14 to August 14 near Anaklia, Georgia.
GEM Fest—Georgia Electronic Music Festival—will return in 2017, this time claiming to be the “world’s longest festival.”
GEM Fest is an annual international event, held on the former site of Kazantip festival—a beach resort near the village of Anaklia, Georgia.
This edition—the third in total—will run from July 14 to August 14 and will offer over 3.000 performances on nine stages. 500 artists are scheduled to perform, with a mix of techno, house and more commercial electronic music on the program.
This year’s headliners are as follows:
Aly & Fila
Catz ‘n’ Dogz
Mano Le Tough
Nuno Dos Santos
Raz Ohara (live)
Sander van Doorn
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
Wolf + Lamb
This year’s edition runs from July 14 to August 14, with more information—including the schedule—and tickets available here.
Meanwhile, an after-movie of last year’s edition is streamable via the player above.