Love Family Park 2014 – the family has moved!
The festival’s new location is the Messepark in Mainz. The event will take place on Sunday, July 6th 2014 in the local capital of Rhineland-Palatine thus remaining in the Rhein-Main-region. Both planning and preparation are already in full swing. As to be expected the new area will be transformed into a green oasis more than worthy of the festival’s former location. Love Family Park has released its line-up for July 6th 2014 and proudly presents a large number of new acts such as Joseph Capriati, Pan-Pot and Joop Junior, who will be performing alongside the festival’s well-known headliners.
There have rarely been so many fresh faces joining the LFP line-up as in this year. From Italy one of the key figures in techno at present is coming to Mainz, namely Joseph Capriati. Len Faki, Pan-Pot and Monika Kruse will provide for metropolitan flair at the Rhine. With Joop Junior from Holland one of the most promising live- acts, discovered during the last Ibiza Season, will be performing at the Park. Aka Aka feat. Thalstroem also rank among the line-up. The city of Mainz will be represented accordingly by the Bouq.-Crew headed by Butch and Amir.
Of course the Love Family won’t be deprived of its acclaimed and well-known headliners. Lead by the LFP-legend Sven Väth artists such as Luciano, Marco Carola, Chris Liebing and Karotte are going to fire up the festival’s audience.
A lot of new names and fresh faces will be present at the new Love Family Park in Mainz. The complete line-up reads as follows:
Sven Väth, Aka Aka feat. Thalstroem (live), Âme, Amir, Butch, Chris Liebing, Dorian Paic, Einzelkind, Joop Junior (live), Joseph Capriati, Karotte, Len Faki, Luciano, Marco Carola, Mathias Kaden, Monika Kruse, Moonbootica, Pan-Pot, Ricardo Villalobos, tINI.
Furthermore the LFP Office is glad to announce some very good news concerning travel arrangements to the festival: the Love Family Park ticket is not only valid in the entire RMV (Rhein-Main-Verkehrsbund) and VRN (Verkehrsverbund Rhein- Neckar) but also in the RNN (Rhein-Nahe Nahverkehrsbund) public transport system. Consequently the ticket covers a radius of over 80 km around Mainz, in which LFP ticket-holders can travel for free.