Join us in giving RPMM Festival a warm welcome to the festival circuit this summer, featuring something extra special from the MEOKO box of tricks. Our first ever festival stage. Something we have been working towards for some time, and we can safely say you will not be disappointed.
The 28th and 29th of July a true escapist experience will be taking place in one of Europe’s oldest cities, Porto (Portugal). Powered by the visions of likeminded organisers and brands who have unified to prepare a unique ocassion. Transforming the historic Alfangeda building will be Jonny TV, famously known for his work with The Chemical Brothers and The Rolling Stones. Think contemporary and expressionist heaven via the forms of art and surrealism, and you are on the right tracks.
With years of experience between them, and a variety of highly respected outlets we can also announce the fellow stage hosts. A true party vibe can be expected from the London based Half Baked, as they make the trip with us. Hailing from the Balearic island of Ibiza, are Keep on Dancing and Ibiza Voice. Two brands in their natural habitat of sunshine and partying. A bit closer to home are Lisbon organisers Musik@ll, a reputation built upon providing unexpected venues and sounds to hungry ears.
The first wave of artists in the bill are just an insight of the quality that is hidden in this surprise package from Southern Western Europe. Pioneers and staple names amongst the scene are already revealed with the likes of RUMORS‘ boss Guy Gerber, and Innervisions co founder Âme bringing their melodic expressions to the board. Crosstown rebels founder Damian Lazarus will be playing a live show with Ancient Moons, a combination familiar to many party goers from around the globe. One of Detroit’s finest, Matthew Dear will also be bringing his live set up to Portugal.
So, there you have it. In the coming weeks and months, keep an eye out for artist announcements, and much more information from us and our partners. In the meantime, book your flights and hotel and get ready for the first instalment of RPMM Festival.
Words by Zac Bidwell