Nostromo has grown into a greatly anticipated happening within the contemporary clubbing community. Born from a series of one-off events in and around Paris, last year saw the crew evolve their vision into two awe-inspiring festivals.
July’s smaller off-edition kickstarted the more immersive, long form episodes. Set in the stunning grounds of Chateau de Motteux, many of the scene’s finest selectors took to the helm in the woodlands surrounding this historic castle.
Combining the unique, nature-first location with excellent sound systems and artists at the top of their game, the experience at Nostromo is one to remember. September last year saw the full weekender rolled out which we described as an ‘impeccable showcase of contemporary club culture’.
Countless memorable sets took place over the weekend, including a Perlon showcase from Zip, Ivan Iacobcucci and Chris Korda, as well as mind-blowing music from the likes of Onur Ozer, Binh and Rhadoo.
With artists given the freedom to express themselves over long, extended sets, the magic, emotion and hypnosis that dance music is capable of was experienced in full effect. This July, the crew returns to the same beloved site for a special ‘New Horizon’ edition.
Music will run for 30-hours without stopping, spread across the cherished forest stage as well as a new stage deep in the woods. Priced start at an amicable €24 and last tickets will be €44.
Unsurprisingly after their mind-blowing performances at previous Nostromo editions, many repeat bookings will feature again in July. Check out the full line-up here:
Nicolas Lutz / Francesco Del Garda / Binh / Laurine & Cecilio / Sweely / Raphael Carrau & Unai Trotti / Matthias / Lumbago / So-Fi / Dawidu B2B Maxime Db / Gab Jr (live) / Mare / P.O. (live) / Poggio / Solal Reyes / Steve Marie / Wendy & Miclea
Camping will be available for those who wish to put up a tent, but this is optional and there will be no official camping set up. Access to the site is available via the Ligne R train from Gare de Lyon (1hr) with trains leaving every hour.
Free shuttles will also run from Montereau station to the site, available continuously from 11am to 2am on Saturday and from 8am to 11pm on Sunday.