On the dance floor at sunset, swaying bodies cast elongated shadows. A D.J. stands on a wooden stage, dark hair tucked behind her ears, moving between tracks on a vinyl mixer. Just beyond, a couple strips and jumps into a lake of infinite blue, speckled with orange and gold.

Garbicz, Poland, doesn’t exactly have the same ring to it as Black Rock City, the epic site of music-festival-to-the-stars Burning Man. But the tiny town just east of Berlin hosts a festival with major cool factor, and it’s leaving its more mainstream older brother in the dust.