Bazart In Open Air Theater Bosspot | FLUOR

Flemish band Bazart describes their music as "indie pop in the mother tongue. Anything but average, because Bazart likes to be influenced by The National and Yeasayer as much as by Spinvis or Gorki. In our southern neighbors, the band with no fewer than three front men has been one of the absolute top for years and they have already transformed the main stages of Rock Werchter and Pukkelpop into mega dance palaces. But the Pinkpop and Lowlands audiences also fell in love with Bazart's adventurous and catchy pop songs.

It all started with the single Gold ("rather fast to hell than slow to him....

Flemish band Bazart describes their music as "indie pop in the mother tongue. Anything but average, because Bazart likes to be influenced by The National and Yeasayer as much as by Spinvis or Gorki. In our southern neighbors, the band with no fewer than three front men has been one of the absolute top for years and they have already transformed the main stages of Rock Werchter and Pukkelpop into mega dance palaces. But the Pinkpop and Lowlands audiences also fell in love with Bazart's adventurous and catchy pop songs.

It all started with the single Gold ("rather fast to hell than slow to heaven"). This broke Belgian records and catapulted the band straight to the top, a position they haven't left since. And thanks in part to rock-solid collaborations with Eefje de Visser, Guusje and, most recently, Pommelien Thijs, among others, they are still trendsetters in Dutch-language pop eight years later. Meanwhile reinforced live with Belgium's best drummer Mario Goossens (ex Triggerfinger), Bazart is coming to the Open Air Theatre Bosspot this summer.

When

  • Tuesday, September 3, 2024 7 p.m. - 11:55 p.m.

Prices

  • Presale € 36,25

Location