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There's a techno rave taking place at a disused satellite station this summer

Berlin Atonal will curate the stage at 4GB festival with Laurel Halo, Surgeon, Skee Mask and more…

A disused satellite station is being repurposed this summer to host a rave.

As part of 4GB Festival in Tbilisi, Georgia, the promoters behind the mighty Berlin Atonal will take over the disused assembly room at the former Institute of Space Constructions, Saguramo, Georgia. 

Taking place on the 25th May, the curation will feature sets from Surgeon, Laurel Halo, Skee Mask, Veronica Vasicka and more, with a choice selection of DJ, live and A/V sets. 

4GB festival takes place over two weekends in May, from 18th to 19th and then 24th to 25th. It was launched in 2011 in tribute to Georgian DJ Gio Bakanidz. More acts confirmed for the festival include Ricardo Villalobos, DJ Koze, Legowelt, Robag Wruhme and Michael Mayer (who has headlined every year since it launched).

Check out the full bill for the stage in the old satellite station below. You can grab tickets here.

There are a wide aray of festivals and parties happening in unique locations this summer. Check out our recent feature on 10 festivals in amazing locations happening this summer here