Horst Arts & Music Festival
Heure et lieu
À propos de l'événement
The end is never the end. It’s always a new beginning.
Horst's new horizon marks a new musical outlook. The program features a consciously curated selection of emerging and established Belgian and international artists, producers, DJ's and performers who share adventure and flair as a common denominator. Horst showcases a broad range of contemporary dance music. From techno to EBM to various strains of more leftfield-oriented acts and experimental pop.
Horst Festival will arise in Vilvoorde-North on September 13, 14 & 15.
The Festival momentum also counts as the final destination of Horst’s artistic itinerary. It is a symbiosis of autonomous artworks, community projects, inventive stage structures, scenography, architecture and the collective experience of an immersive three-day festival experience.
Friday September 13 we welcome AliA. Call Super b2b Objekt. Ceephax Acid Crew live. Céline Gillain live. Chris Ferreira. D.K. Eris Drew. Fred P. Hill Men. Identified Patient. Marcel Dettmann. Mad Miran. Mama Snake. Nosedrip. Shanti Celeste. Sherelle. Veronica Vasicka. and Victor De Roo.
Saturday September 14 we welcome Aroh. Bjeor. Budino. Deena Abdelwahed. DJ Nomad. Gabber Eleganza 'The Hakke Show'. Golin live. Hantrax. Invisible City. Joy Orbison b2b Craig Richards. Lawrence Le Doux. Loud-E. Luca Lozano. Oceanic live. Paquita Gordon. SPFDJ. Tama Sumo. upsammy. Walrus. Weird Dust live.
Sunday September 15 we welcome Bambounou. DJ Bus Replacement Service. DTM Funk. Gay Haze DJs. Gesloten Cirkel live. Giant Swan live. Jakob. John Talabot b2b Orpheu The Wizard. Josey Rebelle. Lafawndah live. Lauren Hansom. Mark du Mosch. Mattheis. Motor City Drum Ensemble. Otis. Peach. Simo Cell.
In 2019 Horst will focus on ASIAT - a former military site with two iconic cooling towers as a backdrop - and part of Vilvoorde-North. Horst will use art, architecture and music as instruments to activate a district in transition and stimulate the development of Vilvoorde-North.
The ASIAT site comprises 6 hectares of urban space, with over twenty warehouses, all shaped in different sizes and arranged within a maze of corridors and green rooms. It is the ultimate, blank canvas for Horst. A space to be activated and infused with artistic and urban installations.