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Rock Werchter is a multi-genre music festival in Belgium. Begun in 1974 as a one day musical celebration, the festival has steadily grown over the years and now covers four days.
Welcoming upwards of 150,000 fans each year, Rock Werchter is one of the biggest festivals not only in its home country, but in Europe as well.
With a "for the people" attitude, an open atmosphere and an annual lineup of some of the biggest names in music, the festival has undoubtedly reached bucket list status.
Please visit www.rockwerchter.be/en/ for more information.
The most successful of the Seattle grunge outfits (along with Nirvana), Eddie, Stone, Mike and Jeff are also one of the few that still remain. Formed from the ashes of Mother Love Bone, PJ's mixture of 70s sleazy retro-rock, bluesy folk-metal and upbeat guitar anthems has won them a legion of loyal fans worldwide. Collaborations with Neil Young and Soundgarden as well as a healthy contempt for organisations like MTV haven't hurt either. And live, Eddie has the voice of an angel.
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System Of A Down
Since their formation in 1994, System Of A Down have earned themselves a worldwide following with their unique blend of thrash metal and alternative rock, and never fail to put on a mind blowing performance. The band has achieved huge commercial success with the release of five studio albums, three of which debuted at number one on the US Billboard album chart and have sold over 40 million records worldwide.
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West Coast rapper Kendrick Lamar built up a reputation through the underground scene as one of hip-hop's best lyricists. With the backing of Dr. Dre, Lamar has been compared to the likes of Tupac, Eminem, Nas, and Jay-Z. He is one of those rare MCs who has achieved critical and commercial success while earning the respect and support of those who inspired him.
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Few bands since the turn of the 21st century have been so influential and illustrious as The Strokes, a group whose 2001 debut album Is This It still remains one of music’s most celebrated long players – featuring at the top of countless publications’ lists of best albums of all time. The group’s subsequent four LPs (Room On Fire, First Impressions Of Earth, Angles, Comedown Machine) and headline shows across the globe has seen their profile continue to rise – also buoyed by their respective individual projects and collaborations – with lead singer Julian Casablancas even linking up with French electronic pioneers Daft Punk on their UK #1 album, Random Access Memories.
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