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The line-up of the upcoming CORE Festival in Brussels is taking shape.
Six new acts have been added to the programme – Eliza Rose, PinkPantheress and Yussef Dayes are coming to the Osseghem Park in Brussels on Saturday May 27 while Channel Tres, Joy Orbison and Olivia Dean will be joining on Sunday May 28.
Nigerian-British rapper and singer Little Simz also announced her performance at this second edition of CORE Festival.
Also joining are alt-J, Angèle, Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul, Denis Sulta, DOMi & JD Beck, Goldband, HAAi, Honey Dijon, KOKOROKO, Little Simz, NxWorries (Anderson .Paak & Knxwledge), Romy, The Blessed Madonna and Unknown Mortal Orchestra.
CORE Festival takes place on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May in the Osseghem Park in Brussels.
Tickets are available via corefestival.com.
London DJ, producer and singer Eliza Rose, known for her huge hit ‘B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All)’, is coming to Brussels on Saturday May 27. She blends soul, funk, disco, and house into a unique and exceptionally fascinating mix.
Another artist to keep an eye on on Saturday is virtuoso London jazz drummer Yussef Dayes. His energy is contagious, the music is accessible.
The 21-year-old British PinkPantheress has grown from a TikTok star to one of the most interesting acts of the moment. She was crowned BBC Radio 1’s Sound of 2022 winner and is now living up to the expectations. The hype is real. She will be serving her ‘new nostalgia’ on Saturday, a dreamy drum and bass sound on the Endoma stage.
Channel Tres will be partying on Sunday May 28 with his exciting mix of Detroit techno, Chicago house and West Coast rap.
Dance producer Joy Orbison is much in demand at the best parties around the world and will be closing the Orlo stage in style.
The 23-year-old British soul/R&B singer Olivia Dean, hailing from the infamous BRIT School, already worked with Rudimental and was named as Amazon Music’s ‘Breakthrough Artist of the Year’ in 2021.
Warm jazz, soul, pop and R&B sounds will delight the Osseghem Park in Brussels on Sunday.
The second edition of CORE Festival takes place on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May in the beautiful Osseghem Park in Brussels, at the foot of the Atomium and amidst the raw beauty of nature’s surroundings.
A spokesman said, “Visitors will be treated to a fascinating and eclectic mix of pop, indie, live electronic music, hip hop, and alternative dance. CORE Festival will immerse festivalgoers in a captivating experience of music, nature, and art.”
The two-day boutique festival will also feature a selection fo art and light installations, more details will be unveiled soon.
Tickets for CORE Festival are available via corefestival.com.