Haarlem Vinyl Festival announces first names including Joris Voorn, Jungle by Night, Naaz and Selah Sue

The Haarlem Vinyl Festival announces its first selection of artists today that includes DeWolff, Joris Voorn, Jungle by Night, Naaz and Selah Sue, among others that will play the first edition from Friday 29 September to Sunday 1 October. Taking place across various venues in the city including leading cultural hotspots Patronaat and PHIL, Haarlem Vinyl Festival will welcome a total of at least 15,000 visitors to the world’s first multi-day vinyl festival.

Vinyl enthusiasts from all over the world can visit the first Haarlem Vinyl Festival in September. During the three-day vinyl culture program, all aspects of vinyl are discussed. In addition to the music and art programme, the program includes a conference and a large open-air record fair – in collaboration with Europe’s largest organization Record Planet – where visitors can find old and new gems.

Besides DeWolff, Joris Voorn, Jungle by Night and Selah Sue, Bertolf, Them Two The Gotcha! Crew and Yin Yin are among the first roster of artists. A mixture of local dutch talent will join, as well as many more internationally revered artists to be welcomed across the various festival days. Many more names to be announced.

Patronage and PHIL

The Haarlem music venues Patronaat and PHIL play a central role during the Haarlem Vinyl Festival. In addition to the artists announced today, there will be plenty of space for vinyl culture at both locations in the form of talks and interviews, listening sessions, live podcasts, vinyl auctions and much more.

The first edition of Haarlem Vinyl Festival will take place from Friday September 29 to Sunday October 1, 2023. More information about the vinyl culture program will be announced soon



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