DJ Mag recently asked some of their annual top 100 DJs to vote for what they feel is their absolute favourite festival from across the world, and Cluj-Napoca’s Untold Festival, slams in at 8th place!

The article, published on their website on May 16th, 2019, puts Untold Festival, which was launched in 2015, among some of the longer-established festivals such as Tomorrowland, hosted in Belgium, launched in 2005 (1st Place), Glastonbury Festival in the UK, a habit since 1970 (2nd Place) and Ultra Music Festival, which launched in Miami in 1999 (3rd Place).

The 5-year anniversary of Untold Festival, will be this year, 2019 and will be held from Thursday, August 1 until Sunday, August 4, when 100’s of 1000’s of people are expected to attend, with 355,000 attending in 2018.

It’s clear that Untold Festival has put Romania and Cluj-Napoca on the map, as one of the best places to enjoy summer festivals, enjoy new experiences and be entertained by some of the world’s top DJ’s such as Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Martin Garrix, alongside with other household names artists such as James Arthur.

Untold 2019You can learn more about Untold Festival, by clicking here, to visit the festival’s official website.

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