Now in its 16th year, the festival is the largest of its kind in the North Rhine area
Don’t be put off by its cheesy name (particularly given that when it first started it was called Juicy Fruits), this festival actually has some excellent line ups with a strong focus on electronic music of all genres. It began in 1996 as a house and jungle event featuring mostly German artists, but over the years it has seen the likes of DJ Vadim, Coldcut, Digitalism and 2manydjs turn up to play. There is no camping at the festival, so you’ll have to seek accommodation elsewhere. Now in its 16th year, the festival is the largest of its kind in the North Rhine area, with around 25,000 attendees. The stages are still named after fruit though.