28-29 MAY 2022

IN 2022

In light of the recent developments due to COVID-19 in Berlin and Brandenburg, based on protocols imposed to open air events on the region of our festival location, specifically relating to the introduction of pre and post event COVID-19 PCR testing, mask wearing mandates and limitations to standing crowds, we regretfully inform you that we will be rescheduling Loom Festival to 28-29 May 2022.

We have come to the realisation that in this climate, we cannot bring to life our vision for Loom Festival 2021. However, Loom Festival 2022 will now be expanded into a 2-day event with 2 stages of music on each day across Saturday and Sunday (12 hours each day).

Our incredible line up of artists: Alex Stein, Anna Reusch, Julian Jeweil, Nastia, Thomas Schumacher, Transcode, Victor Ruiz and Wehbba have all been secured for these new dates and are all eagerly anticipating this event. Additionally, we are excited to bring a further 16 artists as part of the Loom Festival 2022 offering, who all will be announced soon.

As an apology for the date change, we have unlocked access to both days for current ticket holders. We trust that two days of an amazing event will be worth the wait.

For ticket holders who cannot attend the May 2022 Festival and would like to request a refund (this includes admission, parking and drink tokens), please get in touch with our team at contact@loomfest.com who will happily help with this.

Again, we would like to echo our sincerest apologies for the inconvenience this may have caused – especially to all the international guests.

We hope you will understand this was beyond our control.

We will ensure that Loom Festival 2022 is bigger, bolder and brighter, as a perfect kick-off to the summer season.

With love,
Loom Festival Team


Alex Stein

Mixing pulsating club grooves and cavernous dimensions, the Brazilian-Bavarian wunderkind Alex Stein stands amongst the new generation of talent coming out of Europe’s techno scene.
Having spent the most part of his formative years leap frogging between Brazil’s illegal rave scene and studying Audio Engineering at the SAE Institute in Europe, Stein’s self-starting attitude has defined his nomadic ascension and has helped him craft a style of melodic techno
that’s been stirring up a whirlwind of support.

Now based in Berlin, Stein’s recent past is littered with impressive accolades. After landing his major debut ‘Rebirth’ EP on Monika Kruse’s revered Terminal M imprint and then following that up with the successful Headrush EP, Alex has worked tirelessly building a reputation from previous releases on Oliver Huntemann’s Senso Sounds, Reinier Zonneveld's Filth On Acid and Christian Smith’s Tronic.

Alex remains fixed on the future and looking to build his promising foundations to touch the ceiling of stardom. With more music planned and an ever-expanding tour dairy, Stein’s rise to the top feels unstoppable.

Anna Reusch

Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean. A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia. It is a paradisematic country, in which roasted parts of sentences fly into your mouth.

Julian Jeweil

A Beatport chart-topping regular, Julian Jeweil is a French DJ based in southern France and Berlin. This nonstop world-touring artist found his signature sound through his numerous productions and live sets, all characterized by a melodic style of techno. The adventure began in 2007 when he released his first hit “Air conditionné”, which quickly ranked #1 in Beatport sales – the first of a long series of number ones to come.

Following an intensive touring schedule highlighted by multiple performances worldwide on the Ultra Music Festival/Resistance stage, the French heavyweight released his first - and hugely successful - two EPs on Drumcode, “Rolling” and “S pace”. In 2018, Julian Jeweil was finally ready to release his first LP, “Transmission” LP, also on Drumcode. The album was an early 2019 monstrous hit, generating multiple Beatport chart-toppers and hitting the Top 3 All Genres charts.


Nastia’s ascendency to her current status has been nothing short of an unexpected whirlwind of success. The DJ, promoter, label owner and producer was born in a tiny village in Ukraine, and forged her own path to widespread recognition out of her sheer love for music without any formal training.

Outside of her own parties, Nastia’s increasingly busy touring schedule takes her to some of the most respected venues in the world: Panorama Bar in Berlin, London’s fabric (where she has played alongside Ricardo Villalobos and with Richie Hawtin for his Play party), The Block in Tel Aviv, WOMB in Tokyo and Cocoon and Circoloco in Ibiza. With her reputation growing, she is now gearing up for her debut Australia tour at the end of this year. A multitalented DJ and expert at reading crowds, Nastia can play industrial techno, experimental, house or DnB depending on the situation, but at the end of the day, her main goal is to make the crowd dance along with her as she did at her first club in Donetsk.

Thomas Schumacher

The Berlin-based DJ and producer makes light of his status as one of the most championed, long standing artists in Techno. "What I love about Techno is that it demands I question myself, reinvent myself over and over again every time.”
"The art of keeping your skin in the game" he says, "is to forget what you know - perpetual beginners mind” In his early days as an artist, he had to learn how to physically create the sounds he heard in his head. Now, as a self-taught virtuoso, the challenge is to use his breadth and depth of musical knowledge to convey profound emotion, "Techno is very personal to me.”
This intimacy fuels the unique vibe of a Thomas Schumacher DJ set, “I want to rough people up a bit, elevate them out of their heads and into their bodies. I create a safe space for people to lose their minds, in the best possible way. “
When not guiding clubbers through oceans of sound, Thomas Schumacher reaches them via his productions on labels like Drumcode and his own label Electric Ballroom. On Beatport Thomas’ remix of the classic “The House Of House” became his third number one hit within the past 24 months after “Stella”- a propulsive anthem dedicated to his daughter and “Wonder”, his collaboration with Victor Ruiz. 2020 kicked off with a record three tracks (Crimson, Feist and Anker) from his Crimson release on Drumcode all reaching the top 10 within the same week.
“The more you do, the more there is to explore, the more opportunities to invent, connect, and imagine. My on-going ambition is to connect with the people more and more deeply, every single time. I want people to come as themselves and leave feeling more themselves. That’s why I do what I do and why I love it so much."


Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean. A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia. It is a paradisematic country, in which roasted parts of sentences fly into your mouth.

Victor Ruiz

Music is something you have to experience. It touches you in the most intimate way.
And that’s what music is to Victor Ruiz: the strongest form of art.

With a Rock ’n’ Roll background, is no mystery that Victor has a unique sound. For some years now, he has been known for his high-end quality of production, which has made him an established artist in the Techno scene. His “unofficial edits” of classic songs are very famous and part of Victor’s performances. The most popular ones are “Breathe” from The Prodigy, “Children” from Robert Miles, “Everything Counts” from Depeche Mode (in collaboration with Thomas Schumacher) and his latest edit of “Teardrop” from Massive Attack. He states that this is his way to pay tribute to their influences.

Apart from remixing officially big names of the electronic scene such as MOBY, Stephan Bodzin and Dubfire, he has reached many times #1 on Beatport with his signature peak time melodic sound.

Over the years, the Brazilian born Amsterdam-based producer has been touring all around the world, from big festivals to intimate clubs and from big clubs to intimate festivals, and it’s getting busier every day. He just can’t get enough!

As Victor injects pure love on every single work he does, thanks to music, he exists.

Wehbba (Live Station)

With a string of chart-topping hits to his name and international success around the world, today
Wehbba stands as one of Brazil’s most widely-acclaimed and highly respected global ambassadors for techno. Serving the circuit’s dancefloors with dynamic productions, Wehbba champions a tenacious work ethic that stems from an innate dedication to his craft.

Over the years, Wehbba has unveiled a consistent stream of stand-out music to add to his flourishing discography, including three full length albums that span the course of a decade. As well as chartering original releases via benchmark labels Drumcode, Second State, 2020Vision, Bedrock, Elevate, Knee Deep In Sound and Systematic, Wehbba has delivered a series of resonant remixes for the likes Laurent Garnier, Danny Tenaglia, John Digweed, Stacey Pullen, Joseph Capriati, Stephan Bodzin, Marc Houle and ANNA – some of the most respect artists in the industry.

Now marking his debut album contribution to Drumcode, Wehbba continues his rich vein of form in 2020 with the announcement of his upcoming “Straight Lines and Sharp Corners” LP; a montage of immersive stories that reflect his decade-long career as ‘the artist’. Pairing the conceptual anthology of productions with a debut venture into live performances, ‘Wehbba’s Live Station’ is centered on a hardware-only setup that explores the uniquely spontaneous effects of recreating old and new compositions in a live environment.



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