Long-running techno festival Time Warp has just released the 2021 lineup for its United States iteration in collaboration with Teksupport after a two-year hiatus. The event will move to a new location in Brooklyn, though the venue is still to be announced.
Among the performing acts are longtime Time Warp headliner Richie Hawtin — who has played the festival since its inaugural year, 1995, in Mannheim. Ricardo Villalobos will also perform alongside Tyrant co-founder Craig Richards, Seth Troxler will go back to back with a special guest, Pan-Pot will go back to back with Ben Klock and Marcel Dettmann, as well as a set by Berlin’s Âme. Stephan Bodzin will orchestrate a live performance complete with a full hardware kit, and Nina Kraviz will return for her fourth year running.
Also performing are Adriatique, Shahar, Paula Temple, Desna, and a slew of other internationally and locally recognized DJs and producers, providing sounds from across the entire spectrum of techno and falling in line with Time Warp’s communal ethos. Since 2014, Time Warp has lovingly adopted New York as its second home outside of Germany, and 2021’s lineup promises to be an unforgettable return to form after the two year break.
The festival will be held in Brooklyn from November 19th-20th. Tickets for Time Warp U.S. 2021 are available now and can be found on the Time Warp website.