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REWIRE 2020 GOES BIG FOR ITS TENTH ANNIVERSARY

 

Expect Rewire, one of Europe’s broadest and most inspiring electronic festivals, to go big for its tenth anniversary. Rewire is an annual international festival for adventurous music. The festival presents a broad programme with a focus on contemporary electronic music, neo-classical, new jazz, experimental pop, sound art and multidisciplinary collaborations. The programme consists of special concerts, multidisciplinary performances, club nights, screenings, talks and workshops

Running from April 3rd through 5th, the experimental event will take place across more than 15 venues all over the city. This year’s theme is “(Re)setting.” Acts confirmed so far include HTRK, John T. Gast, Loraine James, Lorenzo Senni, Pelada, Gabber Modus Operandi and Jon Hopkins, who will present his new show, Polarity, for the first in the Netherlands.

 

 

The Caretaker & Weirdcore, who recently performed together at Unsound, will team back up for a new live show. More names will be added in the coming weeks.The festival features in total more than 100 concerts, multidisciplinary performances, screenings, talks and workshops. Rewire 2020 takes place at venues across the city centre of The Hague (NL).

Mark your calendars: Rewire will be back from 3 to 5 April 2020 for our 10th-anniversary edition so don’t miss out on this unique experience! At Electronic Roads, we’ve partnered with the world’s most successful travel companies such as Airbnb, Booking. com or RentalCars to make sure you find the most fare services tailored to your budget, with no extra commission.

Book your Rewire 2020 festival trip here

 

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