Le Guess Who? Festival 2015

Book tickets

Nov 19 - Nov 22 2015

Utrecht, The Netherlands (Various Venues)

€90 (4-Day)

Le Guess Who? Festival in The Netherlands combines today’s burgeoning talent with legendary, one-of-a-kind acts in an atmosphere that electrifies the picturesque city of Utrecht. This year, the festival takes place November 19-22 across more than fifteen venues, from churches to galleries to pop venues.

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Bully [NEW]
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Dungen [NEW]
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Goatsnake [NEW]
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Heems [NEW]
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Jack Name [NEW]
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Last Ex [NEW]
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Liima [NEW]
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Loscil [NEW]
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Meat Wave [NEW]
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NAH [NEW]
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Ought [NEW]
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Prefuse 73 [NEW]
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Saltland [NEW]
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WAVVES [NEW]
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Widowspeak [NEW]
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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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