HYTE will open up the industrial halls of Funkhaus for the first time in two years with its most turbulent lineup to date to celebrate THE NEW AGE.
The HYTE flagship event will take place bringing Amelie Lens, Sven Väth, Len Faki, Boris Brejcha and Kobosil to the main room. Joining them will be the most influential underground artists on the Berlin circuit, including names such as Patrick Mason, Sama Abdulhadi, VTSS, MCR-T, Thabo and many more yet to be announced.
HYTE will once again grace the rugged walls of Funkhaus to delve into The New Age of rave. The promoter is renowned for its festivals and events which have graced every corner of the globe. For obvious reasons to this point not much noise has been made, which has given them the time to pull out all the stops and celebrate its comeback by presenting arguably their biggest lineup to date, featuring a stellar lineup of names such as Sven Väth, Amelie Lens, Kobosil, Len Faki, Boris Brejcha and many more.
Speaking of the program, this year’s edition will feature the most notorious underground protagonists in dance music who will showcase the capital’s insignia sound in the second room. HYTE‘s trademark is to spotlight ascending underground talents as well as boundary-pushing sounds. Notably, HYTE is excited to announce that room two will host a high-end lineup featuring confirmed artists such as VTSS, MCR-T, Patrick Mason, Sama Abduhadi, Thabo and more to be announced.
It’s the different elements drawing together that create the definitive experience that is HYTE NYE Berlin. Alongside the world-class lineup of talent, it’s equally the trademark commitment to lighting, sound, and production that allows its DJs to truly shine. The Funkhaus complex has grown into the true spiritual home of HYTE, the tremendous grandeur of Shedhalle with its formidable steel girders and cavernous arched ceilings offers an environment for music like nowhere else in the world.
Leading the way to the flagship event are two big standalone events on December 10th and 11th in the massive warehouse of Stahlwerk Düsseldorf with Kobosil headlining the Friday and Charlotte De Witte on Saturday.
According to current regulations entrance will remain reserved for those either vaccinated or recovered.