About festival

Lunchmeat festival is an international audiovisual festival happening in Prague, which puts particular emphasis on the interconnection between images and music. Lunchmeat festival strives to be one of the leading events in the world of light projections, new media and electronic music - and to generate new ideas across the contemporary artistic disciplines for professionals as well as the general public. The motto of the 6th Lunchmeat festival is"POZOR!" – an exclamation related to the timeliness and urgency of the topics, content and grasp, that differs Lunchmeat festival from most of the conventional light shows and club music events.

Lunchmeat festival 2015 program comprises a series of mutually connected content blocks. Besides festival main evening there is also special opening event (this year with the Lumiére II project by Robert Henke), thematic warmup nights (the first presented a purely feminine lineup led by Paula Temple, second one the premiere of British club innovator Untold in Brno and the last one focused on the controversial fun aesthetics of PC Music label), artistic residences (this year is marked by an unique combination of experimental filmmaker Robert Seidel visual works with famous British electronic producer Andy Stott), site-specific exhibition and a number of accompanying events taking place across Prague's cultural scene. Vital part of the festival is showcasing some of the most interesting contemporary German artists in collaboration with the German embassy; in line with its manifesto and intellectual focus, the festival also strives to provide more space in its lineup for women artists.

Lunchmeat festival main evening presents the world premiere of audiovisual projects arising from the collaboration between the leading visual artists and musicians. This year's edition will feature key figure of contemporary electronic music Andy Stott in collaboration with experimental filmmaker Robert Seidel, cult German techno duo Extrawelt, style-making UK producer Nathan Fake‘s special AV show with Lunchmeat visualist Aeldryn, contemporary British club icon Vessel accompanied by Berlin artist Pedro Maia, avant-garde Russian producer CoH in a unique collaboration with Peter Gonda aka GND, neo-grime innovator Logos with new audiovisual show by Pavel Karafiát, electronic pioneer Electric Indigo together with projection by Thomas Wagensommerer and an influential techno label Dystopian representative Ø [Phase].


The way most electronic music is presented today resembles the fast­-moving consumer goods existence, with the music festival lineups being advertised like fast food chain seasonal offers serving the latest trends and proven names like hot cakes, „To eat in or To go“. In the midst of the almost identical events where success is measured by the number of post views there is often a singular voice missing – the one that could say, „ATTENTION!“ Stop and look out for truly unique events that could really strike you. Like a tennis ball moving fast.

Lunchmeat festival is here for everybody who wants to pay close attention and is not easily attracted by things readily available everywhere. Lunchmeat festival connects the dots between quality electronic music, visual shows and new media while creating a truly synesthetic experience. Lunchmeat festival brings together on one stage carefully selected creators from different art spheres – people, who themselves are often meeting for the first time. Lunchmeat festival creates a platform for people who believe that club culture should not be taken lightly and that really good things capable of shaking the common ground are well worth seeking out and paying attention to. Like tennis ball moving fast.

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Intensive series of 5 new media workshops presented by artists focused on the intersection of art & technology. Experience the artists through different perspectives as lecturers, workshop leaders and their new media practice /performance, installation, etc./. Invited artists for [input]...


Lunchmeat Festival 2017

Lunchmeat is an annual international festival dedicated to advanced electronic music and new media art based in Prague, Czech Republic. Continue to http://www.lunchmeatfestival.czlunchmeatfestival.cz.


Lunchmeat Festival 2016

Lunchmeat is moving. Getting bigger. More complex. New locations. More stages. Killer line-up.



Place, where the latest trends in electronic music meet innovative visuals and creative ideas encounter open-minded people. Place, that wants to place new ways instead the standard ones. Neon place, where the neo- prefix stands in front of everything. Neone.


Lunchmeat Festival 2014

Lunchmeat Festival slaví pátý rok své existence, během které se stal neoddělelnou součástí tuzemské klubové scény a představí ta nejčerstvější i již zavedená jména současné klubové hudby s přívlastkem 2.0. Důraz bude jako vždy kladen i na videoprojekce a scénografii.


Lunchmeat Festival 2013

Change is heralded by many as one of the chief aspects of life – and also the 4th edition of Lunchmeat festival has undergone some major changes. The audiovisual event of the year is now to be fully concentrated into one day - 26th of April - and it has also changed it’s traditional venue along the way; Lunchmeat festival is moving from Meetfactory to a brand new and unique location. This year’s edition will take place in the former cinema in the underground of National Gallery, right in the centre of Prague.


Lunchmeat Festival 2012

Lunchmeat is an international festival of electronic music, visual art and new media based in Prague, Czech Republic. The main feature of the festival is to keep a balance between musician and visualizer, to let them perform in an organic connection; visuals and sound as equal elements.


Lunchmeat Festival 2010

Lunchmeat festival continues in the inheritance of Lunchmeat A/V Sessions, which were held in Prague during the last year. The festival's ambiton, analogous to A/V Sessions, is to interlink two separate art fields – modern music and visual art – by force of unique A/V sets.


Lunchmeat Festival 2011

Here comes the Lunchmeat Festival after a year again – international show of electronic music, visual art and new media. The basic feature of the Lunchmeat festival remains the same as last year: a musician and a visualizer in an organic connection; visuals and sound as equal elements.