Eurosonic Noorderslag confirms 26 acts
Festival ticket sales start October 29th
ADNA (se), Anne-Marie (gb), Bonzai (ie), Communions (dk), Dan Owen (gb), Declan McKenna (gb), Henrik the Artist (no), Joep Beving (nl), KIOL (it), LÉON (se), Man Duo (fi), Mani Orrason (is), Mario Batkovic (ch), Martin Kohlstedt (de), Jeangu Macrooy (nl), Møme (fr), Salut C'est Cool (fr), Sam Alone and the Gravediggers (pt), shame (gb), Silvana Imam (se), Siv Jakobsen (no), Soffía Björg (is), TaxiWars (be), Témé Tan (be), TEMENIK Electric (fr) and Wyvern Lingo (ie) have been confirmed to play at Eurosonic Noorderslag, January 11 - 14th.
Eurosonic Noorderslag is the European showcase festival and is widely recognized as the platform for European music. As the place to discover new acts that are to dominate the big festivals, the event attracts both music lovers and professionals from the European music industry. At Eurosonic (11, 12 and 13 January) upcoming European acts perform in intimate venues across Groningen. Noorderslag on January 14 presents the most happening and important bands and acts from the Netherlands, and takes place in a sold-out Oosterpoort venue in Groningen.
Check the lineup page to see all confirmed acts for Eurosonic Noorderslag 2017.
Ticket sales for the festival commence on October 29th, 12.00 (CET). Tickets will only be available online through Ticketmaster.nl.
Eurosonic Wednesday: € 25,-
Eurosonic Thursday and Friday: € 70,-
Noorderslag: € 72,50
Noorderslag YUNG! Ticket: € 25,- (minors under 18 years old)
Eurosonic Noorderslag Passe-partout (Wednesday to Saturday): € 137,50
Listed ticket prices excl. service fee
About Eurosonic Noorderslag
Eurosonic Noorderslag is the key exchange and networking platform for European music, with a proven track record for helping to break new acts on the international live music scene. Selling out each year, the event attracts close to 4,000 professional delegates, including representatives of over 400 international festivals. Each year, Eurosonic Noorderslag presents showcases by more than 350 acts alongside a conference programme covering the latest developments in international music media, production and interactive industries.