The Hague - Rewire Festival


29 Mar

Rewire Festival

The Rewire Festival highlights the best in adventurous music with concerts, talks, workshops and screening featuring both emerging talents and world-renowned artists. The festival takes place from 29 to 31 March at iconic venues in The Hague's city centre.

The festival presents an extensive programme with a focus on contemporary electronic music, neo-classical, new jazz, experimental pop, sound art and multidisciplinary collaborations. The programme comprises special concerts, multidisciplinary performances, screenings, talks and workshops. It promises to be another audacious musical adventure.

Musical highlights

Some of the headline acts for this edition of The Hague’s Rewire Festival include:

  • Berlin-based electronic musician Laurel Halo
  • Ugandan DJ and writer Kampire
  • London-based soul singer and songwriter Tirzah
  • Canadian composer and sound artist Tim Hecker
  • Spanish guitarist Raül Refree, one of the leading proponents of the ‘new flamenco’ movement. 
  • The Nyege Nyege Tapes showcase, featuring Otim Alpha, Kampire, and the Dar Es Salaam duo Bamba Pana & Makaveli. 

Workshops and sound walk

This year Rewire Festival offers a programme of workshops during the festival: Music Hackspace presents Machine Learning for Artists and there is the Creative Sound Lab.

You do not need a ticket to join the sound walk by Justin Bennett in the Central Imaginary District on 30 and 31 March. However, registration is required for the sound walk.


This year the festivities will take place at 10 venues in downtown The Hague. Venues vary from churches, old factories and abandoned spaces to the more institutional theatres and pop venues.

Day tickets cost € 33.50 on Friday, € 37.00 on Saturday and € 35.00 on Sunday. An all-inclusive festival pass costs € 82.50. There are also separate Friday and Saturday Club Tickets. Tickets are available from the website of the Rewire Festival.

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