STRAF_WERK SURPRISES WITH A SPECIAL LINE UP
STRAF_WERK has announced the full lineup for the new edition. The popular house and techno festival returns to Amsterdam’s Havenpark on August 19. This year the organization has gone all out and the festival promises to be bigger and better than ever before, with a mix of (locally) emerging artists and international names. Tickets are available at https://strafwerk.org/.
The lineup from A-Z
Adriatique, Ben Sims, The Blessed Madonna, CamelPhat, Coeus, Colyn, Cynthia Spiering, Dan Shake, Dennis Quin, Elliot Schooling b2b Liam Palmer, Ewan McVicar, Fideles, Fisher, Fleur Shore, Folamour, Franky Rizardo, Klangkuenstler, Lauren Lo Sung, Locklead (live), Loco Dice, Luuk van Dijk, Moor, ODEN & Fatzo (live), Paula Temple, Perdu, Pretty Girl, RAYZIR, ROD, Rossi. , Sally C b2b Bella, Seth Troxler b2b PAWSA, Soulroots & Ceciel Moyano (live)
A first for the festival is none other than Loco Dice. In addition, The Blessed Madonna makes her debut and both CamelPhat and Folamour return after very successful ADE hostings. One of the most notable names for the upcoming edition is Fisher, known for his commercial house sound but increasingly focusing on the underground scene. The mainstage will feature great combinations of big and emerging talents including a b2b set by Seth Troxler b2b PAWSA.
STRAF_WERK distinguishes itself by helping emerging talent and putting them on the big stages at important time slots. So this year Sally C b2b Bella, Perdu and RAYZIR are among big international names.
Melodic techno fans can look forward to an unforgettable experience with legendary Swiss duo Adriatique. Fideles and Colyn, known for their signature Afterlife sound, will also showcase their talent to the audience. In addition to Ben Sims and ROD,Cynthia Spiering, Paula TempleandKlangkuenstler will take the stage to showcase hard techno that has gained immense popularity. Within the house genre, the way will be cleared for Australia’s Pretty Girl, who, like Scottish DJ producer Ewan McVicar, will perform on Dutch soil for the first time.