Lowlands is a festival held in The Netherlands. It features the best in alternative music and also showcases film, stand-up comedy, visual arts, literature and street theatre. For three days in August, a township with 60,000 inhabitants arises in the middle of the country. The Lowlands festival hosts no less than 12 stages in three large areas (among which a cinema and theatre), about 250 different acts and performances, dozens of restaurants from all corners of the earth, food and drink stalls, a large market with everything from clothes and CD stores to a barber’s shop, relax rooms with brain massages, sports facilities, a sauna/hottub area, its own currency, a local radio station, a daily newspaper (Dutch only) and, last but not least: seven luxury campsites with hot showers and real, flushable toilets.
When and where is Lowlands 2019?
It takes place on 16 – 18 August 2019 at Evenemententerrein Walibi Holland at Biddinghuizen, The Netherlands. You can arrive at Thursday 15 August from 09:00 and leave at Monday 19 August at noon.
What is Lowlands?
A "Campingflight to Lowlands Paradise" is the ultimate summer holiday extravaganza! It's exactly what it promises to be: a true backpacker’s Garden Of Eden and Holland’s most adventurous cultural outdoorevent, offering a cutting-edge choice of only the best in alternative music, film, stand-up comedy, visual arts, literature and street theatre.
A lot of music...
Though Lowlands covers a wide spectrum of different cultural activities, the main focus still is on alternative music: from rock to pop via hip hop; from metal to electro via world music and hereby not neglecting drum ‘n bass, house and techno.
Acts announced for Lowlands 2019 so far:
Tame Impala; Twenty One Pilots; The Prodigy; A$Ap Rocky; Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals; The National; New Order; Royal Blood; Anne-Marie; Billie Eilish; Franz Ferdinand; Giorgio Moroder; The Good, The Bad & The Queen; Jon Hopkins; Jorja Smith; Paul Kalkbrenner; Ronnie Flex & Deuxperience; Agoria (Live); Antal; Denzel Curry; Fkj; Frank Turner And The Sleeping Souls; Helena Hauff; Honey Dijon; Hunee; Joji; Jungle; Jungle By Night; Mall Grab; Marcel Dettmann; My Baby; Parcels; The Streets; Thomas Azier; Weval; Willem; Ziggy Marley; Boy Pablo; The Chats; Code Orange; Courtesy; Denis Sulta; Dimension; Dub Inc; I Don’t Know How But They Found Me; Idles; Marc Rebillet; Moonlight Benjamin; Pond; Slaves; This Is Lovski; Two Feet; Whitney plus more to come!
Last updated: January, 2019