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Trance festival ‘Electronic Family’ to go cashless this year

The summer Trance music festival will toss drink tokens for personal debit cards.

Every year, thousands of trancers come together in the ambient surroundings of the Amsterdamse Bos to enjoy trance and other uplifting sounds. Electronic Family will celebrate it’s 6th edition at Amsterdamse Bos on July 23, 2016.

At Electronic Family festival-goers will need to pay with credits at all food stands and bars. Attendees will have credits on a personal debit card. One credit is worth €2,86.

Punters can charge their debit cards with credits before the festival, but they can also grab a card at one of the cashiers on the festival site as well. 

Any remaining credits on the cards will be refunded post-event.

Go to to get your own card and charge it with credits, so you can skip the lines and head over to the bars immediately.

This year’s lineup includes Ferry Corsten presents Gouryella, M.I.K.E. Push, Marcel Woods, Menno de Jong, MaRLo, Gareth Emery, Cosmic GateStadium4, Aly & FilaNeelix, just to name a few.

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Written by Miguel Ramirez

My name is Miguel, and i'm a trance addict.

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