Rock Werchter 2015

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Jun 25 - Jun 28 2015

Werchter, Belgium (Festivalpark)

226 euro (Combine ticket)

One of Europe’s biggest music festivals, Rock Werchter has been held in the village of Werchter, Belgium since 1974. The lineup is traditionally a balanced mix of large well known artists, popular crowd-pleasing acts and local Belgian coming acts.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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