Did you know Ozora Festival takes its name from the village of Ozora in Tolna County, Hungary? While the small village has a population of 2000 people, around 60 000 attendees transcend to the region to party during the summer! Besides for the mainstage, Ozora Festival hosts a beautiful Pum Pui Stage and Chill Dome – which plays a variety of techno, deep house, chill-out, and more. We’re super stoked for Ozora Festival 2021 next year, which takes place just a few weeks before Boom Festival.


If you’ve ever been to a psytrance festival or listen to psytrance music, you’ve probably come across Boom Festival – arguably one of the largest psytrance gatherings in the world.
Typically Boom Festival takes place every two years and was set to take place in July 2020, but due to the pandemic, there will be a Boom Festival 2021 next year!
Why does every psytrance fan take the pilgrimage to Portugal for Boom Festival at least once in their lifetime?
Over a week, you’ll get to experience some of the most popular artists at the moment across several stages (the Boom 2021 lineup is confirmed), performing arts, multimedia paintings, bio construction, theatre, cinema, conferences, workshops, installations and more. It’s a vast festival playground!
It’s incredibly hot during the summer in Portugal, which makes the Idanha-a-Nova dam a luxury for relaxing in during the day. It’s a melting point for psytrance travellers from around the world, and you’re bound to have the best experience.
The land of Boom Festival is truly one of the most beautiful landscapes in Portugal, which offers a nearby visit of the historic village of Monsanto and is integrated within Geoparque Naturtejo – a zone which has been classified by UNESCO, due to its geological riches and valuable natural, historical and cultural heritage.
You can also read our review of Boom Festival from a previous edition.