Inox Festival

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Inox Festival
Scène d'lnox Festival Paris 2011.jpg
Inox Festival 2011 Stage
Genre Electronic dance music
Location(s) Toulouse, France
Years active 2003–present
Website
http://www.inox-festival.com/

Inox festival was created in 2003 by the owners of “La Dune” nightclub in Toulouse, France. The electronic music festival is famous for having hosted DJ's such as Joachim Garraud, Avicii, Sebastien Drums and many others. After the success of the festival, Inox owners created Inox club events in La Dune and changed the club's name into Club Rouge. Due to high demands, Inox Festival expended to Strasbourg in 2009. In 2010 the first Inox Park opened in Paris. The Paris Festival lasted three days and was a success. Since then, Inox has been doing worldwide festivals in places such as Rio de Janeiro.[1]

Inox Festivals[edit]

Toulouse[edit]

The Toulouse Inox Festival was created in May 2003. The festival has since taken place every year in "Club Rouge" located in Toulouse. Inox is a three-day electronic music festival. In 2011, the Toulouse Festival had approximately 35000 people attending.[2]

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2009

2010

2011

Strasbourg[edit]

After the success of several Toulouse festivals, Inox expanded northwards to Strasbourg in 2009. On the night of 14 November 2009, approximately 8000 electronic music fans participated to Strasbourg Inox festival at Salle Rhénus located in Place Foire des Expositions. Since then, electronic music fans from France and all around the world have had the opportunity every November to see some of the most world-renowned DJs. The second Strasbourg Inox festival took place in November 2010, with DJs including Laidback Luke, Joachim Garraud and Martin Solveig performing. The third Strasbourg Inox festival is to be held in November 2011.[3]

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2009

2010

INOX Paris Park[edit]

The Inox Park Paris is an electronic festival lasting 12 hours. The festival takes place on l'île des Impressionnistes at Chatou (78400) every September since 2010. The 2011 edition attracted more than 12.000 spectators.[4]

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2010

2011

2012

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