On this special day full of musical coziness and togetherness! This year, for the first time, we join forces with the May 4 and 5 committee and together present the Sena Performers Stage at Pllek, featuring among SANN!E, Loki Project, Mèraque and more. FREE ENTRANCE!

Time Table

Tijd                       Acts

14:00 – 14:40   |   Loki Project
14:40 – 14:45   |   Benjamin Fro (spoken word)
15:30 – 16:30   |   Vudu Cru
17:15 – 18:15  |   Mèraque
19:00 – 20:00  |   



The Dutch Pop, Hip-hop, and R&B artist, who both raps and sings. With his catchy songs and choruses that are easy to sing along to, he has managed to win several beautiful awards last year with his band SANN!E & FR!ENDS.

Loki Project

Loki’ is the alter ego of the experimental Dutch artist Lieke Dijkstra. She combines her raw expressive voice with disarming soulfulness. Together with multi-instrumentalist/producer Gino Cochise, you hear a fusion of multiple genres, hip-hop, soul, pop, and neo-jazz.


Mèraque was born out of passion and curiosity; a passion for the Balkans, and a curiosity about what can happen when you mix these sounds with influences from Latin America and the Middle East. Let them take you on their energetic percussion, lively electronics, classical oud, and the melancholic accents of the clarinet.

Benjamin Fro

Benjamin Fro (born 1994) is a rapper, singer, poet, and songwriter. He is deeply moved by anything unjust or harmful, stirring a sense of injustice within him. Fro inspires and unites people through words, music, or a combination of both. His lyrics are often philosophical and critical of society; he aims to make people pause and reflect, then spur them into action.

Vudu Cru

The nautical zigzagging necessary to travel from Rotterdam to Antwerp is echoed in the verbal tug-of-war by Vudu Cru, consisting of Flemish ‘cannabis warrior’ Joost Hoekaf and the former city poet of Rotterdam, Dean Bowen. This brand-new hip-hop project aims not to disrupt but leans towards introspection with poetic lyrics and a treasure trove of samples from soul music and twentieth-century TV, seeking deeper engagement.


Mèraque, a multi-instrumental collective founded by Martin Grozdanoski & Jorick Bronius, blends Balkan passion with Latin American and Middle Eastern influences for vibrant electronic sets. They deliver energetic performances featuring Turkish guitar, melancholic clarinet sounds, and improvisation that connects the audience and musicians alike. Based in Amsterdam, Mèraque has performed at international festivals and released music through Ohxala and KROOKS Records.


Info & Tickets

  • Sun 05 May
  • 12:00 - 20:00