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Tilburg poppodium 013.jpg
013 in Tilburg
034 is located in North Brabant
Location in North Brabant
LocationTilburg, the Netherlands
Coordinates51°33′31″N 5°05′35″E / 51.55861°N 5.09306°E / 51.55861; 5.09306Coordinates: 51°33′31″N 5°05′35″E / 51.55861°N 5.09306°E / 51.55861; 5.09306
TypeMusic venue

013 is a music venue in Tilburg, the Netherlands.[1] The venue opened in 1998 and replaced the Noorderligt, the Bat Cave and the MuziekKantenWinkel. 013 is the largest popular music venue in the southern Netherlands.

There are two concert halls of which the "Main Stage" (formerly Jupiler Zaal and Dommelsch Zaal) is the largest, with a capacity of 3,000 attendees. The smaller stage have a capacity of 700 attendees.

The name of the venue is based on the area code of Tilburg.

In August 2011, the director of 013, Guus van Hove, died of heat exposure in the Californian Joshua Tree National Park, together with his girlfriend.[2][3] Van Hove had told friends he planned to visit the site of U2's The Joshua Tree album cover, which they falsely assumed to be near the location where they died.[4]

013 hosts the bigger acts at the annual music festivals Roadburn (stoner rock festival), Incubate Festival and Neurotic Deathfest.


  1. ^ "Holland-België op podium van 013". Brabants Dagblad (in Dutch). May 8, 2009. Retrieved July 31, 2011.
  2. ^ Josh Wolford (2011-08-26). "Dutch Tourist Guus Van Hove, Director of 013, Dead at Joshua Tree National Park". WebProNews. Retrieved 2011-08-26.
  3. ^ (in Dutch) Onze geliefde directeur overleden, 013 blog, 2011-08-24 (archive)
  4. ^ Simone Wilson (2011-08-26). "Guus Van Hove, Dutch Music Man Who Died in Joshua Tree, May Have Been Searching for Site of U2's Album Cover". LA Weekly. Retrieved 2011-08-26.

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