Meadows In The Mountains

  • 2-5 June 2022
  • Techno, Electronic, Experimental, Indie
  • Polkovnik Serafimovo, Bulgaria

There is a beautiful quote by Crack Magazine that encapsulates the essence of Meadows In The Meadows (MITM).

Meadows in the Mountains is the actualization of a dream that plenty of UK festivals have been trying to emulate for the past 25 years, because it is genuine, rather than trying so hard to give the illusion of genuineness. Rather than redefining the idea of a festival, Meadows is a reminder of what a real festival is.

Crack Magazine

With the majestic Rhodope mountains as the backdrop, attended by connoisseurs of boutique music festivals and lovers of underground electronica, MITM is consistently celebrated as one of the finest events in Europe.

This jaw-dropping setting coupled with an exquisite musical curation and intimate community means that if you had to choose one festival abroad, then Meadows In The Mountains should 100% be on your shortlist.

Meadows In The Mountains Lineup.

The lineup will be announced closer to the event.

Meadows In The Mountains Tickets.

Tickets for Meadows In The Mountains grant you access for all 3 days of the festival. There is an option to carbon offset your ticket.

Camping is not included in the ticket price, and if you are bringing your own tent to MITM, you need to add a pitch fee per person to your ticket order.

The Meadows In The Mountains Venue.

Nestled in the stunning heart of Bulgaria’s Rhodope Mountains with breathtaking views of the valley below. MITM has a venue quite unlike anything else on the boutique music festival circuit in Europe.

The mornings are welcomed in as the sunlight creeps through the misty vistas yonder. Within the forested sanctuary, you can expect yoga and wellness workshops to accompany up to 4 stage areas spinning the finest electronic beats.

Accommodation & lodging

Meadows In The Mountains is predominantly a camping festival. There are limited glamping and pre-pitched camping options available.

The Tentsile Forest is something genuinely unique, and there are up to 100 of these suspended sleeping facilities available.

You can also bring your own tent to MITM, and you need to purchase a pitch per person to do so.

Staying offsite

The town of Polkovnik Serafimovo in the valley below has several accommodation options. These are typically booked well in advance, so you need to act early to avoid disappointment.

The fully interactive map below shows you all the latest availability. Use the filters to set your preferences and find the ideal lodging for the festival.

Travel information

Meadows in the mountains takes place near Bulgaria’s Greek border and needs some prior planning to get to.

By air

The closest airport to MITM is in Plovdiv, however, flights are infrequent. Therefore, the best-connected airport to consider is Sofia International Airport (SOF). From Sofia, the transfer distance is 250km by road.

The festival offers various airport transfers from both locations that you can add to your ticket at checkout.

Alternatively, you can look at saving some money and booking the transfer yourself via the button below.

By road

If you intend to drive yourself to the festival, there is a car park 3km from the festival village. If you are arriving in a live-in vehicle, this is where you need to park. There are no facilities here.

There are no cars allowed in the village of Polkovnik Serafimovo. So you need to factor this into your plans and ensure you buy a parking ticket for the main car park ahead of arriving.


How do I get to the festival site if I’m staying offsite?

There is a festival shuttle that frequently runs from the village of Polkovnik Serafimovo and the venue