Pukkelpop 2024: Charlotte De Witte, Sam Smith and Goldband (Hasselt)

Pukkelpop 2024: Charlotte De Witte, Sam Smith and Goldband (Hasselt)
Pukkelpop 2024: Charlotte De Witte, Sam Smith and Goldband (Hasselt)
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Festival

Kiewit

Charlotte De Witte returns to Pukkelpop this summer. She will be eager to take revenge after the unfortunate technical breakdown she suffered in Kiewit in 2022.

Techno goddess Charlotte De Witte is already on her fourth visit to Kiewit. On Saturday, August 17, she will present her new DJ show ‘Overdrive’ on the main stage. She will certainly want to work extra hard after the annoying technical breakdown she experienced on the main stage in 2022. She described the multiple halts in her set afterwards as “a nightmare”, but also thanked the audience for continuing to support her.

Charlotte De Witte.

Charlotte De Witte. — © DBA

Sam Smith is also headlining that day. It is the first visit to Kiewit for the non-binary superstar with the recognizable voice and more than forty million records sold and billions of streams. And that immediately on the highest scaffold. We are already curious about the outfits.

Sam Smith.

Sam Smith. — © Koen Bauters

You can also sing along in Dutch that day, because the Dutch export product of recent years, Goldband, will also be on the main stage on Saturday at Pukkelpop. The former plasterers will play an exclusive Belgian festival show in Kiewit.

On Wednesday, Chokri Mahassine and his team announced Friday’s headliners; Fred Again.. and Stormzy. Sunday’s headliners will follow tomorrow. Stay tuned. All information: www.pukkelpop.be (crude)

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Tags: Pukkelpop Charlotte Witte Sam Smith Goldband Hasselt

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