Top 4 Festivals
in the Netherlands
By AISHWARYA KOTTAPURATH | April 28, 2019
Are you craving a King’s Day after party?
The festive summer season is almost upon us, so here are the top 4 festivals that you can go to, right here in the Netherlands!
1. The Crave Festival May 30-June 2
What started as an illegal rave for a 100 friends, has now become one of the best electronic music festivals in the Hague. The Crave Festival has four stages, all of which are surrounded by water and greenery at the Zuiderpark.
Date: May 30 – June 2
Location: Zuiderpark, The Hague
Genre: House, Techno
Price: from € 32.50
2. Best Kept Secret May 31- June 2
Known as one of the most beautiful festivals in the Netherlands, the Best Kept Secret festivals line up goes from big names to new unknown artists. Surrounding a huge lake, the three day festival offers you an opportunity to discover new artists and new genres.
Date: May 31 – June 2
Location: Beekse Bergen, Hilvarenbeek
Genre: Indie, folk, hip-hop
Price: from €80
3. Pink Pop June 8-10
The oldest, and longest running pop and rock festival in the world, PinkPop hosts over 50 artists on their five indoor and outdoor stages. Apart from the main stages, PinkPop also has intimate platforms called Kalm aan Laan (Relax Lane) and Garden of Love.
Date: June 8 – June 10
Location: Megaland, Landgraaf
Genre: pop, rock
Price: from €100
Located on the outskirts of Amsterdam, Mysteryland has a place for everyone, as it consists of not just music, but interactive art, theatre, films and much more. The festival goes by the slogan “Yesterday is history. Today is a gift. Tomorrow is a Mystery”.
Date: August 23- August 25
Genre: Techno, House
Price: from €77.55
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