Pusha-T, Janelle Monae & More Enlisted for Berlin's First Red Bull Music Festival

The event will unfold over the course of five weeks.

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Red Bull has revealed plans for its very first Red Bull Music Festival in Berlin, Germany.

Specifically, the inaugural Red Bull Music festival in Berlin will feature performances by Pusha-T, Janelle Monae, Sevdaliza, Nina Kraviz, Oneohtrix Point Never, Pearson Sound, Jeff Mills and other. Besides musical outings, the festival will also give denizens unique lectures to experience, and is set to bring the Red Bull Culture Clash and Diggin’ in the Carts showcases to Berlin. The Red Bull Music Festival in Berlin will take place over the course of a five-week time span during September and October of this year, and will commemorate the 20th anniversary of Red Bull Music Academy.

For a full breakdown of the Red Bull Music Festival in Berlin, check out the event’s official website.

For more, learn about Pusha T, Sheck Wes and Valee’s DAYTONA Tour.

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