CANCELLED | Fueled by Lagunitas
– THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED –
Unfortunately the news has reach us that due to corona virus events above a 100 people are forbidden in the Netherlands. Therefore sadly we are forced to cancel our this event. We will definitely plan a new date. Stay safe, stay alert, but keep life alive!
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Fueled by Lagunitas & Pllek Live Stage present:
Indian Askin [LIVE]
We always wanted to be rockstars but it turns out we were better at making beer. Thankfully we made some friends along the way who can carry a tune. Lagunitas Brewing Company is teaming up with the beach bums at Pllek to bring you fresh beers, great food and the best live music on spaceship earth. Come catch those first rays of spring with an IPA in hand at the best beach view you’ll find this far north of the continent, and eat your greens like mama taught you with Pllek’s stacked menu. Then when the sun dips below the IJ come refill your glasses and rush to the stage!
Doors open: 20.30
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Kicking things off is Ätna. Rising Dresden stars that will transport you from the urban beach of Amsterdam to Berlin nightclub vibes. Minimalism clashes with chaos as vocalist Inéz Schaefer’s somber crooning is thrown into drummer Demian Kappenstein’s grimey dancefloor blender. Behold the beautiful bedlam when the fuzzy grooves and electro-pop thumping of this dynamic duo demands the stage.
Employing elements of dramatically different movements and genres, Inéz and Demian – a creative partnership of equals – create an avant-garde ‘work of art’ in the very best sense of the phrase. With fashion and design integrated into their music, ÄTNA wear monochrome stage costumes and deliver stunning videos, something they succinctly refer to as “making their own world”.
Feeling parched? You might have to hurry to refresh your palates since the Amsterdam hometown heroes Indian Askin have arrived and they might be the only crew who love beer more than us. Finger licking guitar picks, drumming dynamos, driving bass and rip roaring rockabilly ‘n roll; Indian Askin absolutely ‘Know How To Party’.
Their psychedelic, somewhat twisted, nu-punk has an undeniable Indian Askin sound, but also pays respect to all great music from the sixties, seventies and nineties. Every time they clamber onto stage they’re having a hell of a good time, so you might as well too eh?
You’ve got a good sweat going and are fully prepared for a closing round of mayhem as unhinged gutter rock FuckFuckFuck attempts to destroy what’s left of the stage. Double-fisting beers is accepted and encouraged as you dodge elbows in the mosh pit, pull smashed guitar pieces from your hair and feel your ears ring for days.