Stimulating youth and helping to create social bonds through electronic music, the unique "border festival" known as Jimbolia Electronic Music Festival (JEMF Festival) continues into its fourth year, with the goal of reuniting three different communities through one magical formula that seems to never fail: the love of music. Taking place between May 20 - 22 near the town of Jimbolia, which sits on the border of Romania, Serbia, and Hungry, JEMF Festival attracts a plethora of young music enthusiasts from Timisoara, Novi Sad, Belgrade, Budapest, and beyond, bringing in over 5,000 party people into the festival each day.
The first festival to kick off the outdoor-season in Europe, JEMF will feature over 70 artists with 72 hours of non-stop music from a five diffrent stages. Featuring headliners such as Terminal M label boss Monika Kruse, Dennis Ferrer, Drumcode artist Jay Lumen, the brazen and adventerous Stimming, James Zabiela and many more, the festival is also set to host an fresh list of talent from Romania and its neighbors Serbia and Hungary.
JEMF will open its doors Friday night at 22:00, and will end at the same hour on Sunday.
For those who prefer to sleep overnight at JEMF, the organizers strongly recommend them to provide themselves with camping passes because of the small amount of available renting spots that the town of Jimbolia has to offer. You can purchase camping passes here.
Purchase your tickets by going here.
You can check out the full lineup in the image below or by going to the festival website here.