READ MORE ABOUT THE PREVIOUS EDITIONS HERE.
The 2016 festival had the musical ”in-betweens” as its point of origin. Over nine days between October 21-29, the festival presented musical expressions seeking to explore the “in-betweens”.
The theme for the 2015 GAS Festival was the meeting between the “invisible” music, created and sounding through speaker membranes and circuit boards and the physically present and acoustic sounding instrument.
The 2014 GAS-Festival took place on October 15-19 and was all about the meeting between the art and the audience.
The ninth edition of the festival went by the name GAS FEST 2013 and was held at Nefertiti Jazz Club and at 3:e Våningen in Gothenburg on September 27th-28th, 2013
The eight edition of the GAS-Festival was divided into three separate segments during spring 2012 starting on April 7th. The second installment of the festival took place between May 11th-13th and the third edition took place on June 1st-3rd.
The seventh edition of the GAS Festival was held between May 7-8th 2011 and hosted regular concerts, DJ’s and a massive ensemble concert. The title for this edition was GAS FEST 2011.
The festival was held between May 3-9th 2010 and hosted concerts, installations, dance performances, soundscapes, talks, seminars and film screenings. The theme for the festival was Burning.
The fifth edition of the GAS Festival was held between October 2-7 2007 and hosted regular concerts, headphone concerts, installations, exhibitions, performance pieces and seminars.
The fourth edition of the festival was held between October 1-8 2005 and hosted concerts, installations, exhibitions, performance and dance pieces and seminars.
The third edition of the festival took place between October 11-19 2003 and hosted concerts, installations, performance pieces, visual art and seminars.
The festival was held between October 6-13 2001 and hosted concerts, installations, exhibitions, performance pieces, and seminars.
The first edition of the GAS-Festival was held between October 1-10 1999 and hosted regular concerts, seminars, installations, a chamber opera and panel debates.