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Medellín​'s Freedom Festival Celebrated Its 8th Year with a Practice in Peace, Liberty, and Some Really Good Techno

Colombia's biggest independent electronic event offered 15 nonstop hours of big names like Joseph Capriati, and even bigger vibes.

by Thump Colombia
Mar 11 2016, 10:38pm

Julián Gallo.

Photos by Julián Gallo.

On March 5, over 7,000 people gathered at the city's Plaza Mayor for the 8th edition of Medellín's Freedom Festival—again honoring themes of peace and liberty with some of the world's best in techno music. This year's lineup followed suit with past editions, offering 15 nonstop hours of both international and local artists like Ilian Tape's Zenker Brothers, NYC-based artist, Ambivalent, Italian icon Joseph Capriati, as well as Colombian talents such as Andres Gil, A Square, and Sean Random.

Check out photos of this year's ecstatic edition below.

Astronomical Telegram

Juliana Monsalve

Al3xandría.

Eduardo de la Calle.

Ambivalent y Alexi Delano.

Zenker Brothers.