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Haarlem Vinyl Festival announces first wave line-up for 2024

The “world’s first vinyl-focused festival” returns to the Netherlands this September

  • Amira Waworuntu
  • 9 May 2024
Haarlem Vinyl Festival announces first wave line-up for 2024

Haarlem Vinyl Festival has announced the first wave of acts slated to perform and provide talks at its 2024 edition.

The “world’s first” vinyl-focused festival is set to return to the northwestern Dutch city of Haarlem this September for its second outing, taking place across three days and nights.

This year’s line-up includes the likes of Anastasia Kristensen, Cassy, Colin Benders, Shakedown Tim & The Rhythm Revue, and Altin Gün, among many others.

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Berlin-based DJ and producer Cassy will deliver a talk about her own record collection, offering an insight into her selections with “valuable lessons for both DJs and vinyl collectors” from one of “electronic music’s most respected selectors”.

The first wave line-up also includes local Dutch record stores and talent including Nedda Sou, Thrills in +41, and Amsterdam-based vinyl distribution service, One Eye Witness.

Haarlem Vinyl Festival takes place from September 27 - 29 this year across multiple venues in the city, just 20 minutes from Amsterdam by train.

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The festival hopes to welcome more than 25,000 visitors in 2024 to see in another celebration of vinyl culture - a 10,000-person increase from its debut edition in 2023.

This year, Haarlem Vinyl Festival is set to host workshops, talks on production and manufacturing, events, and pop-ups, as well as panels on marketing, art, design, history, and more.

On top of the music and art programmes, the festival is also set to host a Making Vinyl conference, guided tours at Europe’s largest pressing plant Record Industry, and an open-air record fair.

Grab tickets to Haarlem Vinyl Festival 2024 here, and check out the first wave line-up below.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Assistant Editor, follow her on Twitter

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