left of the dial Tineke Klamer

Left of the Dial presents the most relevant alternative artists

Left of the Dial is an international showcase festival. It offers a selection of the most relevant alternative artists of the moment. The festival was conceived by regarded music venue Rotown to give new bands the opportunity to present themselves.

This coming edition takes place October 20, 21, and 22 in Rotown of course, but also at the majestic church grounds of The Arminius and other brimming spaces such as WORM, Perron, and Roodkapje. Other independent venues that have been vital proving grounds for an acclaimed network of local bands and artists are also playing grounds. There are also shows on a boat and at de Doelen.

Up until now, some fifty acts are booked. Among them are Bobbi Lu, Chuckamuckm, Die Verlierer, Dommengang, HighSchool, Nuha Ruby Ra and Yawners. In total, the line-up will include more than 150 bands from around the globe.

Three-day festival passe-partout tickets are available now. There are only 3-day tickets for sale as to Left of the Dial as all bands are equally important.

 

Coverphoto: Tineke Kramer

 

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