SAGA announces Masked Wolf for its long-awaited first edition

SAGA Festival announces the viral sensation Masked Wolf for its first edition on September 10, 11 and 12 in Bucharest.

ALDA Events continues on the path of being the promoter that can celebrate the most events in 2021 in Europe. AMF, A Day At The Park, ASOT and its long-awaited SAGA, an event in collaboration with Insomniac Events, are close to being celebrated in 2021. Both promoters have worked for months and the reward is coming. SAGA Festival is finally seeing the light and it does so with a top-level line up.

To all those already confirmed for the first edition of SAGA on September 10, 11 and 12 in Romania, joins the viral sensation Masked Wolf. The Australian has hit all the charts with Astronaut in the ocean, reaching number 1 multiple times. After going viral on the TikTok platform, he will take all his energy to the Izvor park in Bucharest.

Australian Masked Wolf's career has grown exponentially in just three years. His first release was Speed ​​Racer, which already made him taste success. We could talk about other singles but the main reason for its success was Astronaut in the Ocean, with millions of streams on digital platforms. In addition, he has won fans like the quarterback Patrick Mahomes, Super Bowl winner with Kansas City Chiefs. A more than deserved inclusion among the headliners of the event, taking him to the main stage of the event.


Masked Wolf will share line up with artists such as Tiësto, Alan Walker, MORTEN, Clean Bandit, Don Diablo, John Newman, Mike Williams, Nervo, Regard, Salvatore Ganacci, Sigala, Timmy Trumpet, Topic, Vini Vici and W&W. In addition to some of the biggest names in house and techno like Amelie Lens, Carl Cox, Deborah de Luca, Joris Voorn or Reinier Zonneveld.

SAGA Festival will finally start a new chapter for ALDA & Insomniac, two of the most important companies in the electronic scene. In case you want to attend, tickets are still on sale through its website.

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