In 2024, Audioriver will no longer take place in Płock. After nearly two decades, the festival is changing its location while remaining true to its musical roots. We will soon announce exciting plans for the festival’s future.



Audioriver 2024 will take place from July 12th to 14th at Park na Zdrowiu in Łódź. It’s a brand new location for the festival, which took place at the Wisła river beach in Płock for almost two decades. 

Tickets for this event are already on sale, and the promotional pool will be available until January 22nd! It’s high time to announce the lineup for this year’s festival, which features a fantastically diverse showcase of scenes the festival is renowned for. The following artists are set to perform at Audioriver 2024:

175 BPM – ADAMFORMAT, BUHHAJ, GINEE (PL) ☼ Argy (GR) ☼ Bambi Uzi (PL) ☼ The Caracal Project (FR) ☼ Dixon (DE) ☼ Elderbrook (UK) ☼ Folamour A/V (FR) ☼ Joris Voorn live (NL) ☼ MC Maniac (PL) ☼ Metrik album show (UK) ☼ Miss Monique (UA) ☼ Oguz (TR/NL) ☼ Overmono (UK) ☼ Richie Hawtin (CA) ☼ Sara Landry (US) ☼ S.P.Y & MC Lowqui (BR/UK) ☼ WhoMadeWho live (DK) ☼ Wonter (PL)

Fans of classic dance music will surely be delighted by the arrival of house and techno legends. RICHIE HAWTIN, the Canadian techno veteran, will showcase his mastery and surgical precision behind the mixer. Celebrating over two decades on the Dutch scene, JORIS VOORN will present a completely new live show. Also returning to Audioriver is the longtime number one in global DJ rankings, DIXON, ready to enchant once again with his magical selection.

For those interested in new faces, the heaviest strains of techno music will be represented by SARA LANDRY and OGUZ. Both the American and the Turk triumph on the scene with powerful, dynamic sets that allow you to dance away the world’s worries. For those preferring more positive sounds, the sensation of the French house scene, FOLAMOUR, will perform in a special audiovisual project, and the Ukrainian star of progressive house and melodic techno, MISS MONIQUE, will also take the stage.

Moving into more tender notes, ELDERBROOK, who dedicated his latest album to his children and paternal responsibilities, will captivate with his sensitive vision rooted in deep house. With new songs, the Danish synth-pop band WHOMADEWHO will make their first appearance in Poland after the new album release planned for this year. The duo OVERMONO, combining British club music with increasingly bold ventures into R&B, will perform in Poland for the first time since the premiere of their debut album.

Speaking of British sounds, the drum & bass scene headliners couldn’t be missing in Łódź, known as Poland’s capital of the genre. METRIK, the star of the second, more melodic wave of d&b, will come to Łódź, planning to showcase a new spectacle based on his upcoming album. The lineup also includes his labelmate from Hospital, S.P.Y, who will perform alongside MC LOWQUI from London. Completing the lineup with a live concert is THE CARACAL PROJECT, a young Frenchman experimenting with genre boundaries, who, due to illness, couldn’t make it to Audioriver last year but will now present an even more intriguing performance than originally planned.

The move to Łódź wouldn’t be possible without the involvement of local guides guides. Among them is the longstanding promoter and recognized DJ, WONTER. Also present will be MC MANIAC, who debuted at an illegal Łodź rave in 1997 at just 15 years old. Representing the newest wave in Łódź, BAMBI UZI may have a shorter time behind the decks, but she’s already gaining fame for her city across Europe. And, of course, the 175 BPM team, engaged in promoting the genre at the festival, will perform a special set as a trio: ADAMFORMAT, BUHHAJ, and GINEE.

Until January 22nd, a promotional batch of tickets is available for purchase through Biletomat and eBilet platforms, priced at 460 PLN for a two-day pass and 590 PLN for a three-day pass. Single-day tickets will be introduced after the announcement of the performers’ schedule for each day. For more information, visit