Opening of the Cultural Season Maastricht | Bruis x Het Parcours

Parcours and Festival Bruis are joining forces to jointly open the city’s cultural season in the weekend of 30, 31 August and 1 September. The event site in the Frontenpark will host the festival and activities. Modernization, innovation, and continued development are central themes, with a focus on new art forms and exciting programmes. The many amateur companies will display their talents alongside the professional companies, and both will introduce their programmes for the new season. This will create the space for fantastic partnerships between amateurs and professionals.

This year marks the 11th edition of Bruis, the leading f…

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Parcours and Festival Bruis are joining forces to jointly open the city’s cultural season in the weekend of 30, 31 August and 1 September. The event site in the Frontenpark will host the festival and activities. Modernization, innovation, and continued development are central themes, with a focus on new art forms and exciting programmes. The many amateur companies will display their talents alongside the professional companies, and both will introduce their programmes for the new season. This will create the space for fantastic partnerships between amateurs and professionals.

This year marks the 11th edition of Bruis, the leading family pop festival in Maastricht and the surrounding Euregion. Enjoy three days of free performances by artists from throughout the region. Our neighbours to the south – the Belgians – hold true to their traditions and are well-represented by groups including Strand Of Oaks, Dead Man Ray, Whispering Sons, Portland, Evil Empire Orchestra, and Sons. From the Netherlands, the organizers welcome wordsmith Spinvis, Indian Askin, and newcomers Tape Toy. The 2019 edition has become a musical trip around the world with great international groups, including the indie folk band Villagers from Ireland, The Veils frontman Finn Andrews from New Zealand, Daniel Norgren from Sweden, Flamingods from Bahrein, Las Robertas from Costa Rica, and Peter Cat Recording Co from India. All of the familiar Bruis ingredients are also sure to be in the mix. Festivalgoers can enjoy great food, a craft beer bar, and a great ‘green & clean’ festival thanks to the reusable hard cups.

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When

  • Friday the 30th of August 2019
  • Saturday the 31st of August 2019
  • Sunday the 1st of September 2019

Prices

  • Free

Location

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