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Superbooth 24 Rolling Report: Get the latest news here!

Superbooth 24 Rolling Report: Get the latest news here!  · 

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It’s Superbooth time again! Once again, synth lovers around the world set their eyes on Berlin, where manufacturers showcase their latest gear in the bustling halls of the FEZ. Like every year, the GEARNEWS team is on site to check out the latest and greatest in the world of synths, modular, and music tech for you. Read our rolling report here!

Superbooth 24 in Berlin and on GEARNEWS

Superbooth 24 opens its doors at FEZ Berlin from 16 to 18 May 2024, 10AM to 10PM local time. From its humble beginnings, the show has grown into one of the most important synth events in the world. Musicians, gear heads, and manufacturers flock to Berlin to hang out, connect, discover new gear, and have an all-around fabulous time. From the main halls to the outdoor areas and the tent and bungalow villages, there will be so much to discover!

In addition to all the new gear from small modular developers to the big names of the industry, Superbooth 24 will once again feature lots of fascinating concerts and performances in beautiful surroundings, including a floating stage and a circus tent. The DIY workshops are already legendary and a great way to get your feet wet in building your own modules! Berlin is truly the place to be at this time of the year if synths and electronic music are your thing. Maybe we’ll see you there? If you can’t make it, don’t worry! The GEARNEWS team is of course on site to bring you the latest news directly from the show floor!

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Tickets are available on A 1-day ticket costs €39; the 3-day ticket for the full experience is €98. Children under the age of 12 can attend for free. Some workshops are available at additional cost.

Rolling Report: All Superbooth 24 news in one place!

Superbooth 24 Rolling Report: Get the latest news here!

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