Dour Festival: the 2024 poster is expanding

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50 artists are added to the lineup for the next edition of the Dour Festival, which will be held in Belgium from July 17 to 21.

Discover the new groups and artists who will perform at the next edition of the Dour Festival, scheduled for July 17 to 21. The event team is adding 50 new names to its varied and tempting lineup. The ticketing is open.

Thus, many facets of rock will be represented, from the most delicate to the most edgy. The Belgian power trio Brutus will be in the spotlight to present its mix of post-rock and shoegaze. The proud representatives of old-school New York hardcore from Sick of It All will also be there, with their friends from Terror. Also find the British post-punk group Shamethe gothic rock band Lovemanwithout forgetting Bar Italia and their very particular shoegaze. In more energetic spheres, discover Meltheads and their garage punk, alternative metal band Deijuvhs or the British punk rock group Joe Unknown.

Electronic music will always be in the spotlight, notably with the Versailles duo Justice, who will close the festival by presenting his next studio album. Also find The Blessed Madonna, Four Tet, Paula Temple b2b SNTS, HAAi, I Hate Models, Jayda G, Jyoty, Irène Drésel, Black Rave Culture or DJ Babatr.

A multidisciplinary festival, French-speaking rap will be in the spotlight, including Kaariswhich will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the album Black gold, or even SCH on the Last Arena stage. Also find Dinos, Caballero, Jeanjass, Kerchak, Luther, Rounhaa and many others.

Also find many diverse artists, who will highlight current music in all its forms, from the most popular to the most underground.

From now on, a third of the poster of the Dour Festival 2024 is known. The organizers will meet you “in a few weeks for new announcements and in July for a memorable edition. »


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