Roadburn 2018: The Running Order

March 15, 2018

We’re delighted to say that weekend tickets have now sold out, as have Thursday day tickets. There are limited numbers of Friday, Saturday and Sunday tickets remaining at the moment. For those who wait for the day schedules before buying a ticket – now’s your chance!

With a festival of this size we know there are going to be clashes – it’s inevitable, but trust us when we say that real blood, sweat and tears goes into creating these day schedules. We juggle production necessities with artist schedules, and of course weigh up the potential for clashes very carefully. We hope you enjoy planning your days at Roadburn!

Roadburn 2018: Full Bleed II

Following on from the success of last year’s Full Bleed exhibition, Burlesque of North America (BRLSQ) will return to Tilburg for Full Bleed II. Artists include our 2018 curator, Jacob Bannon, our official poster artist this year – Richey Beckett, plus former Roadburn artist alumni Becky Cloonan , John Dyer Baizley and Arik Roper.

This year Full Bleed will be held in a special area of the Koepelhal – one of our new venues for 2018. It will be placed close to the merchandise stands, so we expect it to be a popular destination for checking out new and exclusive artworks, plus meeting the artists behind them. 

The title of the exhibition refers to a common screen printing term, describing a process where silkscreen ink is printed beyond the cut edge of a poster. As a festival that prides itself on taking music and art beyond the expected border, we knew we had to bring this exhibition to Roadburn
once more.

BRLSQ is a creative studio and screen printing shop based in Minneapolis, USA, with only five full-time staff, but an immense vision. The roster of artists they collaborate with is rich and diverse, and John Dyer Baizley has been with them for over a decade.

BRLSQ general manager, Jodi Milbert commented: “When John was working on gaining his range of motion back after the bus accident, he was stir crazy, so I invited him to join us (BRLSQ) in Austin TX (US) for SXSW Flatstock in March 2013. The response from fans was amazing, and we had so much fun. He was hooked.”

“This poster exhibition at Roadburn has been something we’ve talked about and wanted to do for years. So this year, when he was asked to curate and wanted to bring the whole team along, there was no question.”

Full Bleed is an exhibition of printed artwork, along with a print sale featuring artists and collaborators connected through the community of heavy music, artistic comraderie, and a shared print shop: BRLSQ of NA. The exhibition will be open every afternoon / evening throughout Roadburn and a full list of the artists involved can be found below.

Richey Beckett
Responsible for our incredible official poster artwork this year, we’re thrilled that Richey Beckett will be returning to exhibit at Full Bleed II. Working predominantly with record cover and poster art, has been personally invited to create numerous works for legendary metal titans Metallica, progressive sludge behemoths Mastodon and psychedelic torchbearers the Grateful Dead.

Beckett uses traditional pen and ink methods to create intricately detailed pieces of black and white illustration. Taking influence from historic biblical, literary and natural history illustrators and engravers such as Doré, Durer, Audubon and Bewick, along with the decorative flair of Art Nouveau, Beckett creates his own organic world which expands with each new piece.
Clients include: Metallica, Mastodon, Grateful Dead, Kvelertak, Baroness, Robert Plant.

Jacob Bannon
Jacob Bannon has played a significant part in Roadburn 2018 – taking on the role of curator he has handpicked a clutch of bands that are as diverse as they are awesome. He will also perform with both Converge and Wear Your Wounds over the weekend, so he’s set for a busy weekend all told.

Born in 1976, Jake grew up near Boston, Massachusetts (US). When he was 11-12 he became obsessed with the vibrant artwork of the skateboard, BMX, and metal music cultures. He started painting and drawing in a serious manner at age 13. Enrolling at Art Institute of Boston in 1994, he abandoned the “Fine Art” exclusive approach, and enrolled in the Design Program to broaden his horizons. A nontraditional musician / artist / writer, he links all of his creative outlets together, making something bigger, more complex, and creatively personal.

John Dyer Baizley
Our 2017 curator and Baroness frontman returns to exhibit at Full Bleed – only this time hopefully with a bit more down time than last year!

In addition to his music-related artwork, John has a long-standing relationship with Burlesque of North America, with whom John has created thousands of art-prints.

Strongly influenced by symbolism from the 19th–century along with an encyclopedic knowledge of primitive mysticism, global mythologies, pagan rites and Jungian archetypes, Baizley arrives at a very different place with his imagery than typically expected.

While still embracing the seminal teenage icons like Pushead and Raymond Pettibon, and borrowing from collective narratives that predate modern art, Baizley has created an alternative dialect of imagery with his work, taking the viewer on a familiar, yet unique path.

Baizley’s artwork recalls the style of late 19th-century Art Nouveau and of 1980’s punk rock, but re-contextualizes it in a more personal, claustrophobic setting. By overloading traditional symbolism and metaphor with dissimilar stories, archetypes and references, stylistic tropes and lighthearted line work become a denser thing entirely, a story which is nearly unrecognizable when seen as a sum of its parts.

Becky Cloonan
Becky Cloonan left her fingerprints all over Roadburn 2016 with the incredible poster artwork that adorned our merchandise, posters, flyers and even flags around the city of Tilburg! A firm favourite with the Roadburn crowd, we’re thrilled that Becky will be making a return to the Full Bleed this year.

Cloonan is an award-winning cartoonist and illustrator who started self-publishing mini comics in 1999. Since then she has gone on to work with Vertigo, Dark Horse, Harper Collins and Marvel, with editions of her work published in several countries around the world. She still tries to self-publish a new mini comic every year.

Arik Roper
Another artist whose work will be very familiar to Roadburn audiences; Arik provided the official festival artwork in 2015, and has provided his considerable talents to several bands that have passed through the Roadburn venues over the years.
Roper is an illustrator who attempts to transcribe images from the visionary mental realms to paper and canvas. Over the years these images have appeared on an variety of album covers, posters, prints, books, magazines, animation, and other outlets that allow him to indulge in journeys of visual escapism.

Marald Van Haasteren
Marald van Haasteren was born in Leiden, The Netherlands in 1970. He graduated from the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague in 1995. He has been making art for the DIY and underground music scene since 1989 ( bands he worked for include: State of Fear, Wolfbrigade, Boltthrower, Kylesa, High on Fire).

His techniques range from black and white ink work till full color paintings. He uses digital media to boost his images but the basis is always hand drawn work.

Thomas Hooper
Thomas Hooper is a tattooer, an artist, a husband, and a father. These identities shape, blend and define his artistic sensibility across multiple creative mediums. Taking creative inspiration from historic iconography, alchemical and early scientific illustrations, traditional woodcuts and mystic cosmology, Thomas has been tattooing since 2000 and is considered a leader in the modern black-work tattoo genre.

Thomas studied drawing at the London Institute of Art and Design and his artwork has been displayed at numerous galleries, including a recent joint exhibit with his tattoo mentor Jim MacAirt at Fleet Gallery in his hometown of Hastings in East Sussex (UK). Thomas mixes orthodox and contrary drawing and painting techniques, organic textures, computer-enhanced patterns and geometrical entities from his everyday practice on skin in his fine art creative process.

In 2014, Mediafriends / Tattoo Life Productions published Inward: The Art of Thomas Hooper featuring over 120 drawings and paintings as well as a collection of sketches, textures and illustration that document his prolific artistry. Defying creative confinement, Thomas has collaborated with companies such as Fine Light Trading, Helmet Lang and True Black to create jewelry, fabric and clothing.

He has created album art and layout design for Neurosis, Converge, Tombs, Doomriders and many other musical groups. He is also the author and publisher of several highly-regarded pattern, line drawing and skull reference books. Thomas’s pictorial work may share a complementary undercurrent with his skin-based application, but it travels far from the world of tattooing to explore a very medium-orientated abstraction.

Maarten Donders
Maarten Donders is a Dutch illustrator residing in Paris. Moved mainly by the force of music from the 60s and 70s as well as the experimental and heavy music of today, Maarten is always challenged to combine the parallels of art with his love for music. Having visited and worked with the Roadburn Festival in his hometown of Tilburg for 10 years has had a big influence on him and his work. Being in Paris has also reinvigorated his enthousiasm for observing people and immersing oneself in art.

Other big fascinations are nature and the human mind, and mainly the movements of art-nouveau, symbolism and surrealism. Beyond the distinctive ‘psychedelic’ aura of his work, his focus remains fundamentally human: he sees his personal experiences, ideas and meanderings as one and they are translated into images of strong figures via dreamlike narratives and a surreal use of themes and color. Sometimes very intricate, others fairly minimal, his illustrations breathe through a natural flow, a heady vibe both dark and bright.

Burlesque of North America (BRLSQ)
Burlesque of North America is a creative studio and screen-printing shop based in Minneapolis MN. We have a relatively small in-house team: Ben Lafond and Sarah Schatz are screen-printing co-wunderkinds and ink-wizards, Wes Winship reigns supreme with creative oversight and large-scale painting, Mike Davis drinks from an bleeds design and sweats vector-art, and Jodi Milbert is the queen-bee shop manager and shipping-overlord. The full scope includes many contributors and collaborators. We are very lucky to work with an army of hyper-talented artists, all dedicated in a lifelong pursuit to perfect the printed image.


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Full Bleed is supported by Brabant C.

Roadburn presents: Verwoed

For almost a decade, we have been showcasing promising Dutch or Belgian bands that have their own vibe, while at the same time possessing that certain Roadburn flair. We strongly feel that the Dutch underground is currently brimming with talent, and needs to be explored by our international community, too. In collaboration with Never Mind The Hype – an independent Dutch music platform for everything heavy, alternative and deviant – we’d like Verwoed to (re)connect with our receptive attendees during an intimate show at the Cul de Sac on SaturdayApril 21 in TilburgThe NetherlandsVerwoed starts at 1.30pm.

Hailing from UtrechtVerwoed is one of the most exciting bands to spearhead the New Wave of Dutch Black Metal, a new generation of musicians on the rise, and even developing a cult of their own. The band’s much acclaimed debut album, Bodemloos, delves deep into paranoia and schizophrenia – Verwoed’s malicious, darkened feel offers a visceral ascension into full-blown psychosis. It serves as a hallucinogenic exploration through harrowing black metal, and dense, melodic ambience, which is both terrifying and soothing – catharsis through ugliness and utter beauty.

Over the last few years, Dool and Laster’s performances stunned press, industry and fans alike, and we feel that Verwoed will do the very same at Roadburn 2018, as the band shows such a considerable growth since their 2017 performance at Cul de Sac as well. In fact, Verwoed is now definitely on par with their Scandinavianbrethren, and will conquer all in their path. Rumours on the street are that Verwoed will have a second album out soon.

Insect Ark premiere the video for Skin Walker via Roadburn

Insect Ark have been floating around the edge of our peripheral vision for a couple of years now – popping up on wish lists and end of year lists here and there – but they have come crashing into full focus with the release of their latest album, Marrow Hymns.

It wasn’t a difficult choice to add them to our 2018 line up, and for every single person that squeezes into the Cul de Sac on Thursday, 19 April, we’re sure this is going to turn out to be one of those life affirming sets. There are plenty of bands that paint a picture or set a scene without needing lyrics, however this instrumental duo manage to be minimalist in all the right places, and yet layer up on the emotion and intensity just when it’s needed most. The result is, quite frankly, crushing at times.

We’re thrilled to present the premiere of the video for their track, Skin Walker. Filmed by Stanya Kahn and Mariah Garnett with the former also directing, the video unites Insect Ark’s two halves – Dana Schechter (bass, lap steel guitar, synthesizers) and Ashley Spungin (drums, synthesisers) –  in stark black and white footage that pushes their intensity to the forefront.

Watch the video for Skin Walker below.

Marrow Hymns is out now via Profound Lore. Insect Ark play the Cul de Sac on Thursday, 19 April. After their Roadburn appearance, Insect Ark will be touring in Europe, including dates with Roadburn alumni and former Artist in Residence, GNOD.

Roadburn 2018: Ticket Alert

March 1, 2018

TICKET ALERT:  3-day and Thursday tickets are now SOLD OUT!

Of the 4-day tickets, just 35 remain, so don’t snooze on this! Friday, Saturday and Sunday tickets also still on sale.

And if you’re still looking for accommodation, the Vakantiepark Beekse Bergen has 28 Jungalows and 41 chalets available to book between 16-23 April. There’s a shuttle between the festival and the safari park, making this a close and affordable option for those who want to be nearby to the action!

Whilst we’re here…

We’re thrilled to present you our official poster artwork for Roadburn Festival 2018. Eternal thanks to Richey Beckett for creating such a beautiful piece to mark this year’s festival – we’re truly honoured to have you on board.

Roadburn 2018: Cul de Sac Bands

February 14, 2018

The Cul de Sac may be Roadburn‘s smallest venue, but each year a hell of a lot of talent is packed into it’s confines. 2018 is no different with a stellar line up of bands both big and small who will be squeezing into the diminutive space and packing an enormous punch.

THURSDAY will see Une Misère reprise their performance with a second set. They’ll be joined by instrumental duo Insect Ark, hard rockin’ New Yorkers Mirror Queen, Dutch force of nature – Black Decades, the droning riffs of Galg, plus your personal soundtrack to the end of times courtesy of Sum of R.

FRIDAY has Earthless’ tour mates, Comet Control preparing for lift off, extreme metallers Départe from Down Under, Danish export Hexis, Dutch death metal darlings, Ulsect and a second set from Worship that promises some special surprises.

SATURDAY will see Planning for Burial perform again, mining his back catalogue for gems. Hair of the Dog will return to Roadburn, and be joined by fellow 2016 alumni Concatenatus, plus Mania‘s mix of doom and black metal, and Phantom Winter‘s suffocating sludge.

SUNDAY sees tour mates Bison and LLNN roll into Tilburg uncompromisingly. They will be joined by the progressive sounds of Hidden Trails, a dual pronged Dutch attack in the form of Dystopia and Nefast, and visceral Italians, Syk.

New Additions To The San Diego Takeover

Good news for fans of psychedelic riffs! We have a second batch of additions to the San Diego Takeover, and they’re sure to bend your mind further into previously unknown directions. Unraveling the threads that run between the family of bands that make up the SDTO would require a headspace much clearer than anyone involved is quite capable of, but suffice to say that the pedigree running through the bands is of the standard you have come to expect.

Arctic is a California power trio steeped in the roots of early 70’s blues/psych, ala Blue Cheer and Band of Gypsies, while drawing elements of modern heavy, reminiscent of early Sleep. Heavy, sludgy, stoner psych played with a slow, driving energy.

The band features three pro skaters, Figgy on guitar, Frecks on drums and Nuge on bass. Their self titled album was their first release but they have already been on several tours, tied in with their skating, which has brought them to Europe and South Africa as part of Thrasher’s Skate Rock Tour.

Figgy also plays guitar in Harsh Toke (Tee Pee Records). The debut LP was released on Outer Battery Records and features incredible cover art from Arik Roper, the man behind Sleep’s Dopesmoker, High on Fire, and many more.

Pharlee is a heavy-fuckin’-riff-ridin’ machine. This group was forged in the middle of the white-hot psychedelic jam scene in San Diego, California from members of Harsh Toke, Sacri Monti and Joy. But don’t let their geographical origin and associated acts mislead you. Pharlee walks their own path on scorched-earth. Forgoing the weed-fuelled jams of their counterparts for full-on the speed-ruled riffage.

Partying off the sounds of Priest, Motörhead, Betty Davis and ACID, Pharlee create a new shrilling sound. Drums, bass, keys and guitar interlock in high velocity grooves with top notch execution led by vocalist and front woman Macerena Rivera to serve you the bang-over of your life.

Travellin’ down the long, open road of musical open-ness, Red Octopus freely structures their tunes with an inter-ordinary mold of electric, near-drowning bass and guitar, framed around lead-filled, powerful drumming. The trio currently are uniquely stamping their trade as a surly band of psych-cultivators, while carousing carelessly in the new up-coming underground psychedelic-rock scene.

Early Sabbath is a hard to miss influence amongst Spencer (drums), Bill (bass) and Gabe (guitar), however 70‘s kraut rock outfit, Can, is also a distinct flavour in their heavy-psych palette.

‘Beauty of the Cosmonaut Apocalypse’ on their self-made debut EP, sounds as if warlord legends, Hawkwind were spiritually lending inspiration, while UK kings, Budgie fight through the riffs to aid in ear-splitting shredliness…

Volcano is a soundtrack for an ancient apocalypse. Primordial rhythm and afro-inspired melodies fill their grooves. Lyrical echoes from a time long past. A time when humankind battled the elements and faced mortality. The rumble in the distance grows. The forest falls silent. Impending doom. Let their trance fuel the dance, while theres still time. Let the lava flow…

The San Diego Takeover is supported by Brabant C and the Performing Arts Fund NL.

Roadburn 2018: Hardrock Hideout (Wed, 18 April)

It’s like starting a marathon with a mad dash at top speed screaming at the top of your voice, until you pass out: highly ill-advised and certainly a little unhealthy, but tremendously fun and a rush you’ll never forget! That’s right, our traditional Hardrock Hideout at the Cul de Sac, is the over-the-top, high-octane welcome that all Roadburners anticipate fervently.

By now everyone has learned to pick themselves up after that bonkers initial speed burst and run the ThursdaySunday marathon like champs anyway. It’s a tradition we have all learned to love and cherish, and one that will continue, stronger than ever, building on all those crazy April Wednesday nights we have lived in Tilburg in the past.

This year, also keeping with Hardrock Hideout tradition, we have once again looked down south for where fists were raised highest, and in collaboration with Babylon Doom Cult Records, we have three of Belgium‘s loudest, rowdiest and most turbulent bands warming up the Cul de Sac to fires-of-hell level.

From the unashamedly old-school speed metal energy of Bütcher and Speed Queen, to the brutal impact of Witch Trail‘s genre-crossing darkness (that Roadburn repeat visitors should remember from the 2016 edition); 2018‘s Hardrock Hideout is both a celebration and the best preparation possible for the days ahead.

Nobody escapes the unmanned charging train that is Antwerp‘s Bütcher. 1985 may have called because it wants its speed metal back, but fuck it (actually, “fukk” it is more precise), we’re not returning them! We’re keeping them here to reminds us of a time when all that mattered was raising horns, headbanging along to fast shredding riffs and screaming lyrics about the devil and metal, with way too many ‘k’s and umlauts for regular people to know what to do with. From their anthem Speed Metal Attakk: “The stage is set, it will get wrecked / So bang your head or you’ll be dead / Show the devil’s sign and scream / Let the attakk begin!” Enough said!

No wait! There’s more to be said! Or screamed out loud, also, in this case. Speed Queen don’t play around. They describe themselves as “We’re Speed Queen and we play heavy fucking metal!”, their “influences” are exactly the Iron Maidens, Motörheads, W.A.S.P.s, Scorpions and Riots you’d expect, there are zero frills and the exact same number of fucks given too. Just keep the beer coming, the heads banging and the guitars squealing, and we’ll be fine. And again, they also come with an instruction manual in case of misunderstandings. From their anthem Stay Drunk: “Speed Queen is playing tonight / They’re hammered as fuck, but still looking tight / The crowd is going crazy and wild / They know what to do, they stay drunk!” Any questions?

Antwerp‘s Witch Trail are the more varied of our Hardrock Hideout wild bunch, but don’t expect roses – they’re just as chaotic and brutally urgent as anyone you might think of, they just do it while mercilessly visiting several of the scariest sub-genres. A punk-like barebones three-piece, they might punish you with a burst of black metal savagery as much as grinding you down with an unbearably heavy doom crunch. In the end, you’ll just feel like a raw wound, rubbed and scratched beyond recognition. There are no anthems or lyrics to scream along here – there’s just darkness and pain.

On Wednesday, April 18, from 8.30pm onwards, at the Cul de Sac (free entry!), we will thrash until we crash at Roadburn‘s Hardrock Hideout! Grab a beer, raise your fist and join us!

José Carlos Santos

Roadburn 2018: Second Commissioned Project - Sól Án Varma

January 16, 2018

The second of Roadburn‘s specially commissioned projects will encapsulate the spirit and creativity of the thriving Icelandic black metal scene. Leading the charge has been Misþyrming who were our artists in residence in 2016, a tenure that surely peaked with their ritualistic Úlfsmessa performance.

Arguably one of the reasons the Úlfsmessa performance was so mesmerising was that they bolstered their ranks; the core Misþyrming members were joined on stage by some of their fellow countrymen, multiplying the magic and manifesting their combined powers. Having witnessed what such unions are capable of, we’re thrilled to confirm that the second of our specially commissioned performances for Roadburn 2018 will unite the might of Misþyrming, Naðra, Svartidauði, and Wormlust under the banner Vánagandr.

The title of the piece these six musicians will perform is Sól án varma, which roughly translates to “sun without radiance”. The opus will encompass a slow primal roar – a process which cannot be stopped once started, and that only continues to grow, reinventing itself in its complexity.

Chaos. Dissolution. Confusion.

Sól án varma will be performed by:


The specially commissioned Sól án varma performance will open the main stage on the final day of the festival on Sunday, 22 April. Brace yourselves, it’s not going to be an easy ride.

Vánagandr: Sól án varma is supported by Brabant C.

Roadburn 2018: Final Bands For Jacob Bannon's Curation and More

Jacob Bannon‘s own Wear Your Wounds will reprise their 2017 performance this year, promising improvisation and experimentation into the mix.

“I’m extremely excited to perform live with Wear Your Wounds at Roadburn 2018. Playing the 2017 edition of the festival was a creative high point for me and I am honored to return. This time we will be integrating different songs into the set from both the “WYW” double album, the “Dunedevil” album, as well as other material. In a live setting we plan on expanding on the studio recordings, using them as a skeleton for improvisation and experimentation. Hope to see some of you there”Jacob Bannon
Read more here


“In my opinion All Pigs Must Die are one of the best bands playing dark hardcore/punk today. Founded by friends bonded by their collective obsession of heavy music, they have evolved from merely a project into a true force in aggressive. With their members so busy with other bands/projects, live performances have been rare over the years. It is an honor to bring them to Roadburn 2018, so their brand of heavy can be experienced by the masses”Jacob Bannon.
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“Mike McKenzie is one of the most interesting and talented musicians rooted in New England’s heavy music scene. His Stomach Earth album was one of the heaviest releases he has ever worked on. It will be incredible to see him perform this powerful record live exclusively at Roadburn Festival 2018. Sonically it is a perfect fit for the festival, and a great example of the darkness New England music has to offer”Jacob Bannon.
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At the core of most innovative work is the collaborative spirit. While Icelandic ritual drone and folk act NYIÞ is already an inherently collaborative entity, they’re really stepping things up this year by fusing with psychedelic black metal giant Wormlust to create a new beast: Hieros Gamos.

Little of this planned masterwork shall be revealed before the performance itself, but those with any familiarity can imagine what otherworldly horrors and delights await. Those who witnessed NYIÞ’s massive performance piece as part of the Úlfsmessa in 2016 knows just how deep the currents run. With the addition of such a force as Wormlust, we need say little beyond urging you to arrive early to be the first to witness Hieros Gamos in its live debut.
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Known experimentalist Dirk Serries (YODOK III, The Void Of Expansion, Fear Falls Burning) and Hellmut Neidhardt, aka N, had this collaboration idea floating around in the ether for, rumour has it, almost a decade. Before the universe shifts and we lose sight of it for good, measures have been taken, both by the band and by Roadburn: Scatterwound will perform at Roadburn 2018 with none other than Justin K. Broadrick as their special guest.
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Having broken up shortly after the release of their debut album back in 2012, Gallops left quite the hole in the ranks of bands who push at the boundaries of rock music. Fortunately, Gallops returned in 2016. “It just needed a nap,” was how Mark Huckridge, Liam Edwards and Brad Whyte jokingly put it, so we’re very happy and also relieved that someone remembered to set an alarm. They’ll keep you guessing at every turn, moods fluctuating from eeriness to jubilation, from intimidating darkness to feverish light, but always pulsating and engaging.
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At Roadburn we like to push the envelope, and the 2018 edition of the festival is a celebration of bands creating music on their own terms, hence inviting Spotlights to play on Sunday, April 22.

Coming from the streets of Brooklyn, New York, Sarah and Mario Quintero, the pair at the core of this remarkable entity, don’t shy away from genre hopping, and capture a voice of their own by mainlining doom with shoegaze, pairing post rock to sludge, and forming a dreamy yet very melodic concoction. Think My Bloody Valentine embracing the Melvins, or Isis engaging the Smashing Pumpkins.
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Hailing from The Hague and infused with a funk-fuzz power in their delivery that makes them an immediate standout, the young trio Supersonic Blues are welcomed to Roadburn 2018 with open arms this April. Supersonic Blues will perform at the San Diego Clubhouse aka the Hall of Fame alongside kindred spirits from the San Diego scene on Friday, April 20.
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As our day tickets go on sale this week, we’re delighted to present the day splits in the form of four spell-binding posters by renowned artist, Richey Beckett. To read more about Richey, please click here.

Roadburn 2018 tickets are on sale now. 3 and 4 day tickets are currently available and day tickets will go on sale on January 18, 2018 at 10:00 CET.

Thursday, 19 April€62.40
Friday, 20 April€62.40
Saturday, 21 April€62.40
Sunday, 22 April€57.40

4-day-tickets €198,40
(all prices include €3,40 service fees)

Camping tickets are also available to purchase, with additional options (such as Festipis and camper vans) also possible. This year the urban campsite will be in a new location – but still within walking distance to the 013 venue – providing a comfortable and affordable option for Roadburn attendees.

A brand new hotel is due to open in Tilburg just weeks prior to Roadburn 2018. The Valk Exclusive hotel is offering a special deal for Roadburners. Click here for more information.

Click here for more information on tickets and the campsite