Brussels-based online community radio and streaming platform Kiosk Radio announced their first-ever music festival ‘Woodblocks.’
The festival is scheduled to happen on the 9th and 10th of September at Parc Royal’s Vauxhall in Brussels Park, with tickets starting from €15.
Kiosk Radio bringing together an eclectic line-up
Partnering with Ville de Bruxelles, Stad Brussel, Jack Daniel’s, and VICE, Kiosk Radio has an exciting line-up with both local and international artists.
The weekend event will be happening across two stages with alternating live acts from the afternoon to early morning. They will end the night with a bang with live DJ sets through to the early morning hours.
Upsammy, Neffa-T, and others join previously confirmed artists
Bristol-based DJ/producer and new Kiosk resident Neffa-T, Dutch multidisciplinary artist Upsammy, Delphine Demord, Oonagh Haines, and Wutangu joined previously confirmed acts such as LA Timpa, Le Motel & Flowdan, and Coby Sey.
In addition to this, a live collaboration between Shackleton, avant folk artist Waclaw Zimpel, and Indian Hindustani classical vocalist Siddhartha Belmannu will also be happening at this much–awaited festival, located close to Kiosk Radio’s beloved wooden kiosk.
More about Kiosk Radio
Located at the heart of Brussels’ historic Parc Royal. Kiosk was founded in 2017 and broadcasts a wide range of music genres from jazz to experimental, and rock to electronic music.
They broadcast 24/7 from a wooden kiosk that also serves as a gathering place for locals and visitors to bond over music. Not only do they showcase the vibrant music scene in Brussels, but they feature live DJ sets, pre-recorded mixes, and interviews by international artists as well.
Regularly hosting stages with festivals like Horst Festival, Dekmantel Selectors, and Dour Festival, ‘Woodblocks’ would be their first independent festival.
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