Nameless Music Festival is almost ready for its 2021 edition. Even if there’s still a slight query, a cautious optimism merges from the festival direction. These weeks are strange for all the European entertainment system between postponements and cancellations that for many taste like a defeat.

Nameless 2021: dream or reality?

A glimmer of hope. Real. Tangible. Nameless 2021 line up announcement has come soft & hard at the same time. After a couple of year really wearing for all, it’s like a fresh air breath. Not for names, not for the event. But for us, the ravers and workers of the live scene. Alberto Fumagalli, Federico Cirillo and all the team worked hard, with endurance and steadiness building a plan to enjoy the biggest dance/electronic festival in Italy in the best way possible. Even if the situation isn’t clear in some different countries like UK, others get a decision about 2021 event safety. The Netherlands announced the reopening, especially for next autumn with Amsterdam Dance Event. Meanwhile in Belgium, Tomorrowland announced the definitive 2022 postponement. In Italy Nameless could be the pioneer of this new rebirth and it will starts with an important line up, not full announced yet.

A wide line up is almost ready

Also for this reopening edition, Nameless will be wide in style and music genres. The main stage will see performances by legends like Afrojack, DJ Snake, Tiesto and Benny Benassi, but also multi-platinum worldwide winners like Purple Disco Machine and Joel Corry. Lil Pump will be the headliner of the second stage, more focused on urban styles (hip hop/rap/trap), attended by some Italian artists like Elettra Lamborghini, Rkomi, Ernia, Guè Pequeno and more. Don’t forget to get a step into the Igloo stage for more underground vibes with Eli Brown, The Shapeshifters, Havoc & Lawn ecc. What we can say about it? Differently from 2019 because of the pandemic there’s a less percentage of USA artists, especially from bass scene, and that’s why some communities turned up their noses. Let me tell, it wasn’t easy sign a line up like this in 2021, mixing big names with new and confirm artists booked 2 years ago (like the over-expected DJ Snake) or realize the absence of Claudio Coccoluto. More guests will be announced soon. We can’t wait to be back home!

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