Ik Zie U Graag is a Dutch festival with Belgium bands. Here is a selection of the 2013 edition with SX, Willow and much more.
Experience the culture of Northern Europe at Nordic Delight Festival. Both new artists and well-known names will be performing on stage. Besides pop music, discover many Scandinavian delights, such as film, stand-up comedy, fashion, design and of course the Northern European cuisine. We have selected a fabulous location to reinforce the experience. Nordic Delight tickles [...]
Here are some shots I took at the Glimps festival in Gent, Belgium.
Photos taken during the two days of Breda Barst. Line-up with The Crookes, Gingerpig and Vanderbuyst.
Photos from a very rainy Westerpop 2011. Line-up with The Boxer Rebellion, Kaizers Orchestra and much more.
Photos taken during the four days of Dour festival. Headliners in 2011: Kyuss Lives!, Pulp, Suede and Public Enemy.
Photos taken during the Les Ardentes festival in liege. With headliners: Snoop Dogg, Limp Bizkit, Kate Nash and many more.
Photos from the Metropolis festival in Rotterdam with bands like The Vaccines, Weekend, Grouplove and Les Savy Fav.
Some shots of Parkpop 2011 with The Crookes, The Deaf, Go Back To The Zoo and Di-rect. Parkpop is a free festival in The Hague.
Naked Song is a indoor festival in Muziekgebouw in Eindhoven. Artist show their naked side; acoustic and pure. Bands performing were Tika, Villagers, Joan as Police Woman, Thomas Dybdahl, Rachel Sermanni, Fink and many more.
Here’s Your Future is a brand new festival in popcentre 013 Tilburg. The line-up for this first eition in 2011 are Ty Segall, Cloud Nothings, Nikoo, Canadian band The Luyas, Secret Cities, Prince Rama and Dutch rockband Blues Brother Castro.
Motel Mozaïque is a multi- and interdisciplinary festival of Rotterdam. Several venues around the city center showcase the live music acts. In 2011 acts like Lykke Li, Das Pop, The Bees, Wu Lyf and James Vincent Mc Morrow perform on Motel Mozaïque.
Le Guess Who? is a festival with new music in Utrecht.
Iceland Airwaves is an annual music festival held in Reykjavík, Iceland on the third weekend of October. The festival spans five days (Wednesday – Sunday) and its main focus is showcasing new music, both Icelandic and international.