Rock Werchter

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Rock Werchter
Plaine de Werchter.jpg
Location(s) Werchter, Belgium
Years active 1974 - present
Founded by Herman Schueremans
Date(s) Thursday-Sunday around the beginning of July
Genre Alternative rock, Rock, Pop
Website http://www.rockwerchter.be

Rock Werchter is a Belgian annual music festival held in the village of Werchter, near Leuven, since 1976. It is one of the five biggest annual rock music festivals in Europe (the other four being Exit, Sziget Festival, the Glastonbury Festival and Roskilde Festival). The 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2012 festivals received the Arthur award for best festival in the world at the International Live Music Conference (ILMC). It can host 85,000 guests daily, of which 67,000 combine all four days, to add up to a total maximum of 139,000 different attendees.[1]

The festival started in 1974 as a one-day event with performances from Banzai and Kandahar, but over the years it has evolved to become Belgium's largest music festival. Originally it was a double-festival, called "Torhout-Werchter", with two festival areas at different sites in Belgium: one in Werchter and one in Torhout. In 1999, the festival dropped the Torhout site and since then has taken place only in Werchter. Since 2003 Werchter has been a 4-day festival, as it was sold by owner Herman Schueremans to American organizers Live Nation. Schueremans however remains the main organiser of the event. The festival is organised every first weekend of the summer vacation in Belgium (last weekend of June or the first of July). Roskilde festival and the Arras Main Square Festival are almost always organised in the same weekend, so they can 'share' bands. Sometimes, the Glastonbury Festival is organised at the same weekend, but most years it is organised a weekend earlier.

In recent years, there has been controversy about rising ticket prices. Because of this, Schueremans was heckled during an appearance on HUMO's Pop Poll, a Belgian alternative award show. At 200 EUR for four days (18 EUR extra to include camping or 25 euro for xl-camping) in 2012 it is still considered a relatively inexpensive music festival.[2]

The camping sites officially open at 8am on the first day of the festival, but because of guests arriving early and camping on the street, the organizers have traditionally been forced to open the camping sites early - sometimes more than 24 hours. The campsites are located along the three main entrance roads into Werchter (from Haacht, Aarschot and Leuven), most of them within 1 kilometer of the festival site but some located as far as 3 kilometers away. In 2011, for the first time, XL camping tickets are available, allowing festival goers to arrive and camp from 4pm on the Wednesday before the festival.[3]

Until the 1990s the festival attracted mostly Flemish people, but in recent years it has become more and more international with an especially large influx of Dutch, French, Walloon, British and a notable Australian and South African contingent.[4] Belgian alternatives remain in the Pukkelpop and Dour festivals.

History[edit]

Rock Werchter 2010

The festival started off as a one-day event, became a two-day festival in 1996, a 3-day festival in 2000, and has been a 4-day festival since 2003.

Before 1995, when the festival was still a double-festival, it had one stage with 8 or 9 bands performing twice, once in Torhout and once in Werchter. Since 1995 the Main stage was accompanied by a second stage. This stage was an open air stage until 1999 when it was made a tent named 'Pyramid Marquee', with a capacity of 6,000 people. The performers in Pyramid Marquee are usually lesser-known or aimed at a specific audience. Sometimes groups that do well in Pyramid Marquee are expected to have a hard time taking the step to the Main stage, especially when they are seen as an act needing intimate, smaller venues. Sigur Rós is the most famous example of this, when they were programmed on Main Stage in 2008 after their 2006 performance in Pyramid Marquee, but they managed the transition and were hailed as one the best performances of the festival.

Inside Pyramid Marquee

In 2012, a new third stage was added, called "The Barn" which is translated to "De Schuur" in Dutch, a reference to the nickname of organiser Herman Schueremans.[5] The new tent – with a capacity of 10,000 – is meant for the more intimate concerts on Rock Werchter, like Beirut in 2012.

In 2013, Pyramid Marquee was replaced by a new bigger tent, named "KluB C".

The bands presented at Rock Werchter are traditionally a balanced mix of large well known artists, popular crowd-pleasing acts and local Belgian coming acts. Belgian band Deus in 2008 was the first local band to close the Main Stage on the last day since several years. The days usually start around noon, except for the first day, which starts around 4pm. Most performances last from 30 minutes to an hour and a half. The days end around 1am, but when the last act is a dance act they sometimes last until 3am or later. At the end of the last day there is a big fireworks show.

Satellite festivals[edit]

TW Classic[edit]

Since 2002, the organizers created TW Classic as a tribute to the early days of Rock Werchter. TW Classic ('TW', as in Torhout-Werchter, is the traditional abbreviation of the festival) is a one day/one stage festival held one week after the main event. It usually programs veteran acts like Phil Collins, The Police, Depeche Mode or Simple Minds, supplemented with younger mainstream Belgian acts. In 2014, The Rolling Stones will headline TW Classic as one of their few festival concerts of 2014.

Werchter Boutique[edit]

This new festival was created in 2008 and organised one week after the main festival. It mainly aims at complete families with acts for children, teenagers as well as adults. The main acts in 2008 were Tokio Hotel, Santana and Doe Maar. In 2009 was centered around a concert of Madonna during her Sticky & Sweet Tour. 68,000 tickets were sold for the concert, making it an incredible one-day sell-out event. In 2010 Prince made one of his only 3 stops in Europe as the headliner. Muse performed there during their 2013 Unsustainable Tour, with Belgian bands Balthazar and SX as support.

Main Square Festival[edit]

Since 2008, the organisers created a small version of Rock Werchter on the central square of Arras, in northern France. It is held on the same dates as Rock Werchter, with a similar line-up - which is an advantage for organisers as they can offer artists two shows instead of one. Arras was chosen as a location because of its large historic central square and because of the lack of big rock festivals in France.

Festival by year[edit]

Year Dates Guests per day (avg) Main artists Notes
1977 5,000 Philip Catherine, Jan Akkerman, Kayak & Dr. Feelgood
1978 6,000 Talking Heads, Dr. Feelgood, Nick Lowe, Dave Edmunds & Rockpile
1979 12,000 Raymond van het Groenewoud, Talking Heads, Dire Straits & Rory Gallagher
1980 18,000 Kevin Ayers, Fischer-Z, The Specials & The Kinks
1981 23,500 Elvis Costello and the Attractions, The Cure, Robert Palmer & Dire Straits
1982 37,500 Allez Allez, U2, Steve Miller Band, Talking Heads & Jackson Browne
1983 36,000 Eurythmics, Simple Minds, U2, Peter Gabriel & Van Morrison
1984 55,000 Chris Rea, John Hiatt, Joe Jackson, Simple Minds & Lou Reed Schueremans and De Meyer created StageCo Staging Company. All Audio and Video equipments were dismantled at Torhout and transported to Werchter to be built up for the Werchter leg of the festival. This had to be done in 10 hours.
1985 63,000 Ramones, R.E.M., Depeche Mode, U2 & Joe Cocker
1986 60,000 Simply Red, Talk Talk, UB40, Elvis Costello & the Attractions & Simple Minds Ticket price was 850 Belgian Franks, which is 21 Euro nowadays.
1987 60,000 Iggy Pop, Echo & the Bunnymen, The Pretenders, Eurythmics & Peter Gabriel
1988 60,000 Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers, Los Lobos, John Hiatt, INXS, Bryan Adams & Sting Bryan Adams records Live! Live! Live! while it "rained in torrents."
1989 50,000 Texas, Pixies, Tanita Tikaram, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, The Robert Cray Band, Elvis Costello, R.E.M., Joe Jackson & Lou Reed Elvis Costello is all by himself, yet he manages to overwhelm the crowd
1990 60,000 Mano Negra, De La Soul, The Jeff Healey Band, Lenny Kravitz, Ry Cooder/David Lindley, Wendy and Lisa, Sinéad O'Connor, Midnight Oil, Bob Dylan & The Cure
1991 50,500 The Scene, Dave Stewart, Deee-Lite, Happy Mondays, Bonnie Riatt, Pixies, Iggy Pop, Sting & Paul Simon In Torhout the crowd spontaneously started throwing empty bottles in the air during Sting's song 'Message in a Bottle', soon filling the skies with bottlework. The same happened in Werchter the next day, ending with bottles hitting people's heads and resulting in injuries. This incident marked the beginning of the prohibition of visitors bringing their own drinks to the festival, a decision criticized and alleged to be for mere commercial purposes.
1992 60,000 The Smashing Pumpkins, Crowded House, Lou Reed, Red Hot Chili Peppers & Bryan Adams Kiedis shouted at the crowd: "If you love us, throw more mud!" A few seconds later the stage was transformed in a place best described as a mud fight arena.
1993 60,000 Sonic Youth, Faith No More, Neil Young with Booker T. & the M.G.'s, Lenny Kravitz & Metallica
1994 50,500 Tool, Therapy?, Sepultura, Rage Against the Machine, Peter Gabriel, Pink Floyd & Aerosmith A camping festival was held the night before the festival itself. Deus and Tool performed at this stage.
1995 65,000 Jeff Buckley, PJ Harvey, The Offspring, The Cure, The Cranberries & R.E.M. Second stage added.
1996 50,000 David Bowie, Chemical Brothers, Afghan Wigs, Rage Against the Machine, Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Björk, Pulp (band), Massive Attack, Foo Fighters & Neil Young & Crazy Horse First time as a two-day festival. First time ever Radiohead played Paranoid Android.
1997 50,000 David Bowie, Daft Punk, Supergrass, Live, Radiohead, Jamiroquai, The Smashing Pumpkins, Beck & Deus
1998 20,000 Sonic Youth, Eagle Eye Cherry, Garbage, Therapy?, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Beastie Boys & Björk
1999 2–4 July 51,500 Pavement, Blur, Marilyn Manson, Placebo, Robbie Williams, Faithless, Lenny Kravitz & R.E.M. First time in Werchter only. First time as a three-day festival (shows started at 5pm on Friday).
2000 30 June – 2 July 55,000 Nine Inch Nails, Oasis, Bush, A Perfect Circle, Counting Crows, The Cure & Eels l
2001 29 June – 1 July 60,000 Fun Lovin' Criminals, Sting, Beck, Placebo, PJ Harvey, Muse, Sigur Rós, Grandaddy, Faithless, Coldplay, Incubus
2002 28 – 30 June 63,000 Sonic Youth, The White Stripes, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rammstein, Queens of the Stone Age, Faithless & Coldplay
2003 26 – 29 June 70,000 Radiohead, Björk, Massive Attack, Moby, Metallica, Queens of the Stone Age, R.E.M. & Coldplay First time as a four-day-festival
Arthur award for Best festival in the world
2004 1 – 4 July 70,000 The Cure, Metallica, KoЯn, Lenny Kravitz, Pixies, Muse, 2 Many DJ's, Placebo & Moloko Arthur award for Best festival in the world. Headliner David Bowie cancelled because of a shoulder nerve injury. 2 Many DJ's were flown back from the UEFA Euro 2004 Final in Lisbon to replace him.
2005 30 June – 3 July 80,000 New Order, The Chemical Brothers, Garbage, Green Day, Kraftwerk, Queens of the Stone Age, Snoop Dogg, Faithless, Rammstein, Foo Fighters & R.E.M.
2006 29 June – 2 July 80,000 Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Black Eyed Peas, The Who, Muse, Franz Ferdinand, Placebo, Deus & Depeche Mode Arthur award for Best festival in the world
2007 28 June – 1 July 80,000 Muse, Kaiser Chiefs, Bloc Party, Arctic Monkeys, Pearl Jam, The Chemical Brothers, Metallica, Queens of the Stone Age & Faithless Arthur award for Best festival in the world. Pearl Jam finally played at the festival after cancellations in 1992 (Eddie Vedder's stress collapse) and 2000 (drama at Roskilde).
2008 3 – 6 July 80,000 The Chemical Brothers, R.E.M., Moby, Neil Young, Radiohead, Sigur Rós, Deus, Beck & Kaiser Chiefs The ILMC (who gives the Arthur Awards) changed her restrictions, a festival which has won 2 years in a row can't enter the next year. This change has been done in favour of the other festivals.
2009 2 – 5 July 80,000 The Killers, Lady Gaga, Placebo, Metallica, Coldplay, Kings of Leon, Oasis, Bloc Party, Franz Ferdinand, Nine Inch Nails & Limp Bizkit European Festival Award for Best line-up, artist's favourite festival and best promotor
2010 1 – 4 July 80,000 Arcade Fire, Pearl Jam, Muse, Pink, Rammstein, Faithless, Green Day, Them Crooked Vultures & Editors
2011 30 June – 3 July 82,750 Linkin Park, Kings of Leon, Coldplay, Iron Maiden, The Chemical Brothers, Arctic Monkeys, Queens of the Stone Age, Robyn & Black Eyed Peas European Festival Award for Best line-up
2012 28 June – 1 July 85,000 Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Cure, Garbage, Justice, Pearl Jam, Deadmau5, Mumford & Sons, Editors, Chase & Status & Snow Patrol Third stage added, Arthur award for Best festival in the world
2013 4 – 7 July 85,000 Depeche Mode, Blur, Rammstein, Green Day, Kings of Leon, The National, Editors, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds & Volbeat
2014 3 – 6 July TBA Pearl Jam, Metallica, Arctic Monkeys, Kings of Leon, Pixies, The Black Keys, Placebo, Damon Albarn, Skrillex, Chase & Status, EELS, Ellie Goulding & Interpol One of only two festival appearances by Pearl Jam in their exclusive 12-date 2014 European tour.

Recent years[edit]

2003[edit]

Day 1: Underworld, Radiohead, Björk
Day 2: Massive Attack, Moby, Ozark Henry, The Roots, Feeder, Morgan Heritage, The Polyphonic Spree
Day 3: Metallica, Arno, Queens of the Stone Age, Anouk, Xzibit, Millionaire, Stone Sour, 't Hof van Commerce, Krezip
Day 4: R.E.M., Coldplay, Counting Crows, Cypress Hill, The Cardigans, Supergrass, Stereophonics, De la Soul, Das Pop

2004[edit]

Muse at Werchter Festival 2004

Day 1: Basement Jaxx, The Cure, Pink, Sean Paul, Michael Franti & Spearhead
Day 2: Metallica, KoЯn, The Darkness, Dropkick Murphys, Monster Magnet, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Lostprophets
Day 3: Lenny Kravitz, Muse, Moloko, Wu-Tang Clan, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, The Black Eyed Peas, Within Temptation, Heideroosjes, The Rasmus
Day 4: 2 Many DJ's, Placebo, Pixies, PJ Harvey, Lamb, Starsailor, Zornik, Danko Jones
David Bowie was meant to headline the festival but had to cancel.

2005[edit]

Day 1: The Chemical Brothers, Kraftwerk, Snoop Dogg, Ozark Henry, New Order, The Bravery
Day 2: Faithless, Green Day, Velvet Revolver, Garbage, Within Temptation, Jimmy Eat World, KT Tunstall, Simple Plan
Day 3: Rammstein, Nine Inch Nails, Audioslave, The Game, 't Hof van Commerce, DAAN, Pennywise, Therapy?
Day 4: R.E.M., Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Soulwax, Keane, Feeder, Kane, Flogging Molly

2006[edit]

The Who at Werchter Festival 2006

Day 1: Matisyahu, Deftones, Manu Chao Radio Bemba Sound System, Kaizers Orchestra, Death Cab for Cutie, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Black Eyed Peas, Tool, Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley, The Streets, Roger Sanchez
Day 2: The Who, Muse, Skin, Kanye West, Editors, Live, Anouk. The Kooks, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Elbow, Mogwai, Radio Soulwax presents: Vitalic, Soulwax Nite Versions, Tiga, 2 Many DJ's
Day 3: Wolfmother, Arsenal, Kelis, Kaiser Chiefs, Franz Ferdinand, Placebo, Deus, Donavon Frankenreiter, Arctic Monkeys, Goldfrapp, Sigur Rós
Day 4: Absynthe Minded, Eels, Starsailor, Robert Plant & The Strange Sensation, Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals, Hooverphonic, Depeche Mode, Collective Soul, Bettye LaVette, An Pierlé & White Velvet, Laurent Garnier & Bugge Wesseltoft featuring Philippe Nadaud, Superdiscount, Hard-Fi

2007[edit]

2008[edit]

Day 1:
Main Stage: The Chemical Brothers, R.E.M., Lenny Kravitz, Mika, Counting Crows, Air Traffic
Pyramid Marquee: 2manydjs, Soulwax, Shameboy, The National, Vampire Weekend, Modern Skirts

Day 2:
Main Stage: Moby, Neil Young, The Verve, Jay-Z, Babyshambles, Slayer, Monza, The Black Box Revelation
Pyramid Marquee: Digitalism, Hot Chip, Zita Swoon, Duffy, My Morning Jacket, Ben Folds, Patrick Watson, The Cool Kids

Babyshambles canceled and were replaced by Air Traffic.

Day 3:
Main Stage: Radiohead, Sigur Rós, Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals, Kings of Leon, Editors, The Hives, Gossip, The Whigs
Pyramid Marquee: Róisín Murphy, Gnarls Barkley, MGMT, Kate Nash, KT Tunstall, Galactic, Band of Horses, Donavon Frankenreiter

Day 4:
Main Stage: Deus, The Black Box Revelation, Anouk, Beck, Kaiser Chiefs, The Raconteurs, The Kooks, Panic at the Disco, The John Butler Trio
Pyramid Marquee: Nightwish, Underworld, Justice, Grinderman, Mark Ronson, Hercules and Love Affair, Tim Vanhamel, DeVotchKa

2009[edit]

Day 1:
Main Stage: The Prodigy, Oasis, Placebo, Dave Matthews Band, Lily Allen, Eagles of Death Metal
Pyramid Marquee: Tiga, Pendulum, Laurent Garnier, Fleet Foxes, Emiliana Torrini, Expatriate

Day 2:
Main Stage: Coldplay, The Killers, Bloc Party, Elbow, Amy Macdonald, White Lies, Just Jack
Pyramid Marquee: Lady Gaga, Arsenal, Jason Mraz, The Streets, M.Ward, Priscilla Ahn, Henry Rollins - Spoken Word

Day 3:
Main Stage: 2ManyDjs, Kings of Leon, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Franz Ferdinand, Limp Bizkit, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Social Distortion, Triggerfinger
Pyramid Marquee: Boys Noize, Grace Jones, Katy Perry, Mogwai, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Regina Spektor, Jasper Erkens

Day 4:
Main Stage: Metallica, Nine Inch Nails, Kaiser Chiefs, The Black Eyed Peas, The Mars Volta, Seasick Steve, Mastodon, Metro Station
Pyramid Marquee: Milk Inc, Röyksopp, Ghinzu, The Script, Lady Linn And Her Magnificent Seven, De Jeugd van Tegenwoordig, The Hickey Underworld

2010[edit]

2011[edit]

Day 1:
Main Stage: Linkin Park, The Chemical Brothers, Queens Of The Stone Age, Anouk, The Hives, Seasick Steve and OFWGKTA
Pyramid Marquee: Hurts, Beady Eye, Eels, James Blake, Aloe Blacc, TV On The Radio and Warpaint
Day 2:
Main Stage: Kings of Leon, Arsenal, Arctic Monkeys, The National, White Lies, Triggerfinger, My Chemical Romance and Mona
Pyramid Marquee: The Subs, Goose, Chase and Status, Ozark Henry, Jimmy Eat World, Kesha, Lissie and Grouplove
Day 3:
Main Stage: Coldplay, Portishead, PJ Harvey, Elbow, Bruno Mars, The Gaslight Anthem and Rival Sons
Pyramid Marquee: Underworld, Magnetic Man, Selah Sue, Bright Eyes, I Blame Coco, Jenny and Johnny, The Pretty Reckless and Evaline
Day 4:
Main Stage: Iron Maiden, The Black Eyed Peas, A-Trak, Grinderman, Kaiser Chiefs, Kasabian, Social Distortion and All Time Low
Pyramid Marquee: Digitalism, Robyn, Fleet Foxes, Brandon Flowers, Two Door Cinema Club, Tame Impala, The Vaccines and Everything Everything

2012[edit]

Thursday 28 June Friday 29 June Saturday 30 June Sunday 1 July
Main Stage Justice
The Cure
Elbow
Blink-182
Rise Against
Within Temptation
The All-American Rejects
Deadmau5
Pearl Jam
Deus
Wiz Khalifa
X
Mastodon
Gossip
Jack White
Editors
The xx
Kasabian
Wolfmother
The Black Box Revelation
't Hof van Commerce
Mumford & Sons
Chase & Status
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Snow Patrol
Florence and the Machine
Dropkick Murphys
The Vaccines
The Hickey Underworld
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
Pyramid Marquee Kraantje Pappie
Amon Tobin
Cypress Hill
Netsky
Skream ft. Sgt. Pokes
Skrillex
Eastern Conference Champions
Perfume Genius
Kreayshawn
Azari & III
DJ Fresh
Katy B
Birdy Nam Nam
James Vincent McMorrow
Alabama Shakes
Nneka
Ben Howard
M83
Regina Spektor
Paul Kalkbrenner
Other Lives
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis
Die Antwoord
Mac Miller
Knife Party
Steve Aoki
The Barn Metric
Bombay Bicycle Club
The Maccabees
Garbage
Selah Sue
The Kooks
School is Cool
Miles Kane
Katzenjammer
The Temper Trap
Lana Del Rey
Bat for Lashes
Beirut
Michael Kiwanuka
Noah and the Whale
Simple Minds
My Morning Jacket
Agnes Obel
Incubus
Isbells
Anna Calvi
M. Ward
Ed Sheeran
James Morrison
Milow

2013[edit]

July 4 July 5 July 6 July 7
Main Stage All Time Low
Airbourne
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Vampire Weekend
The National
Green Day
Netsky Live
The Bots
Two Door Cinema Club
The Hives
The Script
Phoenix
Kings of Leon
Blur
Modest Mouse
Graveyard
Kendrick Lamar
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Volbeat
Rammstein
A Day to Remember
Gogol Bordello
Band of Horses
Thirty Seconds to Mars
Depeche Mode
Editors
KluB C Fidlar
Vintage Trouble
Laura Mvula
Jessie Ware
Jamie Lidell
Dizzee Rascal
The Bloody Beetroots
Charles Bradley and his Extraordinaries
Angel Haze
Kesha
Major Lazer
C2C
Vitalic VTLZR
Boys Noize
Rudimental
Azealia Banks
Disclosure
James Blake
Goose
Bastille
Tom Odell
Passenger
Asaf Avidan
Jake Bugg
The Barn Palma Violets
The Black Angels
Balthazar
Biffy Clyro
Bloc Party
Sigur Rós
Gary Clark, Jr.
Lianne La Havas
The Lumineers
Richard Hawley
John Legend
Ben Howard
Trash Talk
Jonathan Jeremiah
Odd Future
Earl Sweatshirt
Django Django
Tame Impala
Frank Ocean
Matthew E. White
Alt-J
Of Monsters and Men
The Gaslight Anthem
Modestep

2014[edit]

Day 1:
Metallica, Placebo, Skrillex, Damon Albarn, Arsenal, Robert Plant & The Sensational Space shifters, White Lies, Miles Kane, Gesaffelstein, Bombay Bicycle Club, Milow, Dropkick Murphys, Warpaint, London Grammar, The Wombats, The Opposites, Daptone Super Soul Revue, Radkey, Valerie June

Day 2:
Arctic Monkeys, Ellie Goulding, Major Lazer, Jack Johnson, EELS, Paolo Nutini, Foster The People, Katy B, Crystal Fighters, The Subs, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Parov Stelar Band, Trixie Whitley, The 1975, Puggy, The Naked and Famous, Sam Smith, George Ezra, The Strypes, Coely

Day 3:
Pearl Jam, The Black Keys, Triggerfinger, Pixies, Imagine Dragons, Biffy Clyro, Moderat, Haim, Trentemøller, Agnes Obel, SBTRKT, Melanie De Biasio, Midlake, Ozark Henry, tUnE-yArDs, Kodaline, The Temperance Movement, Twenty One Pilots, Jonny Lange, Altrego

Day 4:
Kings Of Leon, Stromae, Chase & Status, Interpol, Franz Ferdinand, Bastille, Rudimental, MGMT, Foals, Lykke Li, Babyshambles, Passenger, Angus & Julia Stone, Birdy, Metronomy, Reignwolf, Royal Blood, Oscar & The Wolf, Parquet Courts, Kuroma

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Coordinates: 50°58′5″N 4°41′3″E / 50.96806°N 4.68417°E / 50.96806; 4.68417