First of all, I would love to tell you that I love and enjoy Fuson festival. And I have been to Fusion festival 10 times, this year. I really appreciate the work you do.
But this year and last year after 23:00, you have turned down the music on all the big stages, in fact so much so people have been crowded around the speakers to hear the music. In my experience I found it difficult to hear the music properly, because of the noise of nearby standing people, in the middle of the dancefloor at several stages. Not because people were loud or yelling, but because the volume of the music were low. In my opinion this kind of destroy my expectations for a long (almost never ending) party, that starts in the afternoon and ends in the morning. The party ends at 23:00 and starts again at 7:00 and then it ends at 10:00/11:00 and after the recess it starts very slow until it fires up again at around 18:00/19:00. This is my experience.
I know you need to clean up the stages for bottles and other garbage, so the recess is necessary. But if you have to turn the music down at night, why not make the recess there. The extra bonus would be that people could get some sleep at night in cool tents.
Here is my idea: stop the music at 24:00 until 4:00/5:00 and then start up slowly at all stages and fire it all up at 10:00/11:00 until 24:00 again.
Kind regards and friendly thoughts from
Sorry dude, but - are you crazy?! This is when all the nighthawks come out and start their day. I'm not very delighted because of the sound level as well, but you can not take away the possibility to party through the night untill sun rises. Firstly, exactly this is what many people love to do and secondly - what about all those lighting systems? They could stay away actually, too. So, we simply have to find another wayZoomorph hat geschrieben:stop the music at 24:00
Year after year, i have missed a lot of the art performances and events at night because I have been partying at the stages. So If the recess were at night, I think there would be more activity around the beautiful nightly events. The last two years I have been chasing a decent party all night, until I have either given up or found a party in a hangar or secret stage, where the volume, in my opinion, were decent.
I to love to party at night, but if I can't hear the music properly, the foundation of the party is gone. And if I knew the recess were at night, I would focus more on the other events, since I would have been parting all day with loud music and would be saturated and happy.
Die Tickets für 150 euro pro Stück verkaufen und ordentlich Geld an die umliegenden Dörfer verteilen. Dann lassen die uns vllt. in Ruhe feiern.Ulfmann hat geschrieben:Aber irgendwie scheint es dafür keinen Plan B zu geben. Lauter geht halt einfach nicht, was soll man da machen? Kopfhörer an den Bars verteilen?
Ich habe da mal was von Antischallboxen gehört... Wenn man diese in Richtung der Wohngebiete aufstellt könnte das was bringen? Aber in dieser Dimension wäre das wohl ein technischer Durchbruch...