Welcome to the press area of DAVE.
For press and accreditation enquiries, please contact:
+49 177 8672800
Our logo is available for download here. Other graphic files are available upon request.
Download: Logo 2020 (Black, PNG)
We have collected media files and background information for DAVE 2019 in our programme portfolio 2020. You will also find background information about our artistic repertoire. The portfolio (GER/EN) is available for download here.
We collected a full review about past festivals here.
DAVE, in its self-perception, is a network, open for everyone who wishes to engage themselves culturally and artistically. The team understands itself as a platform, as a network and a mediator, as well as a supporter of young artists of the electronic music scene. Organiser and promoter of all activities is DAVE e.V.
Further information can be found at About DAVE and DAVE e.V.
DNN: “It is more about encounters, about room for direct instead of virtual exchange. An exchange between scene connaisseurs, an exchange between the broad public, an exchange between various institutions, young and old, the lovers of high culture and the party guest. You could say: Everybody is welcome!”
MDR: “The festival programme shows, how the encounter between the flickering lights of techno-bass and prestigious performance venues would work.”
Urbanite: “DAVE blurs the lines of electronic subculture.”
SAX: “DAVE is rather a festival for club culture, a branched sub, super and intermediate structure for a scene that has its beginnings and roots in countless others and is also subject to a rapid and incredibly exciting development.”
Sächsische Zeitung: “Within their honary work, they ensure that the scene in Dresden is networked, promote young talents, offer performance opportunities with their festival and ensure that artists do not leave the city for better platforms in cooler cities.”
Ad-Rem: “DAVE enriches Dresden’s subculture and also wants to become active beyond it.”
Dresdner: “It’s a beautiful idea to present club culture in five days not only where it belongs, but also in more uncommon places.”