Time Warp is back! After a forced two-years hiatus due to the pandemic, the iconic techno festival is ready to come back with a bang in it’s very own hometown of Mannheim.

Germany has just given the green light for clubs’ reopening and with less than a month of notice Time Warp has been able to set up a fully packed line-up for a two days event of pure techno; scheduled  for the next 29-30 October under a single, monumental, mainstage in the iconic venue of Mannheim Maimarkthalle, which hosts the 27-years-old event since 2001.

The news doesn’t come fully unexpected, actually: just some days ago Time Warp USA’s line-up has been announced, confirming de facto the New York’s event for the next November and rekindling hopes for the reopening on the European side, which finally came.

On Friday the decks will host Seth Troxler, Adriatique, Solomun, Gerd Janson and Dixon, while on Saturday we’ll see Adiel, Maceo Plex, Pan-Pot, Sven Vath, Tale Of Us and Joseph Capriati, for a couple of nights that will set Mannheim on fire.

This news is certainly a breath of fresh air for clubs and festivals’ scene: after almost 2 years of silence music is starting to sound again, just in time for Fall and the coziness of a warm, crowded (well, 50% limitations may apply, get ready for an imminent sold-out), German dancefloor, ready to gather together after 24 months that litterally felt like a (worse and techno-less) time warp.