Masters of Hardcore 2017 - The Skull Dynasty
- 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
- 25 March 2017
Another chapter of the hardcore epic
Masters of Hardcore is the world's biggest indoor hardcore event, held in the Netherlands. Playing across multiple stages, over 80 DJ and artists will ensure a high-octane, ten hour hardcore marathon.
The 2017 festival will once again bring a spectacular, full throttle rave to the Brabanthallen s'-Hertogenbosch; this edition under the theme of 'The Skull Dynasty'.
The phenomenal staging, production and visuals will once again create a fully immersive experience to accompany the expansive lineup of hard music's biggest names.
- Noize Suppressor
- Miss K8
- Destructive Tendencies
- Angerfist [live]
- Miss K8 [live]
- Destructive Tendencies [live]
- Mad Dog [live]
- Noize Supressor [live]
- Tha Playah
- Dyprax Xclusive
- Scarphase [live]
- Anime [live]
- Tears Of Fury
- MC Tha Watcher
The Brabanthallen 's-Hertogenbosch is a large event complex used for fairs, conferences, concerts and more across the year. It is the fourth largest events venue in the country.
Brabanthallen, Diezekade 2, 's-Hertogenbosch, 5222 AK, Netherlands
Minimum age of entry is 18.
Yes, make sure you bring a valid form of ID. You will not be permitted entrance without ID.
If you plan to fly, the nearest airports are either Rotterdam or Amsterdam. From the former, you will need to take a train from the city's central station out to Breda, before boarding another onto 's-Hertogenbosch. From Amsterdam, you can simply take a train direct from the city to 's-Hertogenbosch.
Alternatively, trains from other cities within the Netherlands and neighbouring Europe will run to 's-Hertogenbosch, however, many will require a change. The same applies to buses.
The venue itself is around a 20 minute walk from the city's central station.
There are lots of parking spots available next to the Brabanthallen. Follow the signs and the instructions from the parking staff.
Doors will open at 22:00 on Saturday 25 and close at 08:00 on Sunday 26 March.