Horst Arts & Music Festival knows how to keep us excited for the festival season by announcing the first wave of acts for the latest edition. As usual, Horst gives a special focus on the local Brussels and Belgian scene, but never ceases to also amaze with a perfect blend of both fresh and renowned artist from all over the world.
This year, Artists include Job Jobse, SASS, the group moniker of Peach, Saoirse, Moxie and Shanti Celeste, as well as Bitter Babe B2B Nick León, Mama Snake B2B Spekki Webu, Nikki Nair and Jane Fitz B2B Carl H. Local artists from the first line up include Hicham, Walrus and DTM Funk & Errol.
Every year, different artist collectives are invited to curate stage line-ups while interior and exterior designers and architects show off their creativity and skills in creating unique stages, dance-floors and common spaces.
This year, the iconic Kiosk Radio from Brussels’ Park Royal will be curating one of the stages and we cannot wait to experience it.
The event will take place on Friday 5, Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 of May in the ever-flourishing Asiat Park just outside of Brussels. Since 80% of weekend tickets had already been sold before any part of the line-up was announced, and the day tickets for the Saturday are already completely sold-out, you should certainly hurry up to save your spot at the festival. Click here for the tickets.
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