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Pleinvrees Festival 2017

Melodic house and feel-good vibes

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The Basics

2 september 2017
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Pleinvrees Festival is an electronic music festival in Amsterdam. 

Since the debut outing seven years ago, the festival has welcomed a host of global stars – including the likes of Kölsch, Gui Boratto, andhim, Fritz Kalkbrenner and Hot Since 82.

The music on offer is a reflection of the feel-good ethos, with melodic house serving as the soundtrack to the festival which prides itself on a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere.

The festival also prides itself on its environmental and ecological conscience, seeking to minimise its carbon footprint by reducing plastic waste and serving only vegetarian food.


2018 2017 2016


  • Joris Voorn
  • Gui Boratto [live]
  • Guy Gerber
  • N'to & Joachim Pastor present Sinners
  • Kollektiv Turmstrasse [live]
  • Max Cooper
  • Stephan Bodzin [live]
  • Worakls [live]
  • &ME
  • andhim
  • Boris Brejcha
  • Budakid
  • Dirty Doering
  • Dominik Eulberg [live]
  • Feathered Sun [live]
  • Henry Saiz
  • Holger Hecler
  • Illesnoise
  • Johannes Brecht [live]
  • Joris Delacroix [live]
  • Julie Vazele
  • Kerala Dust [live]
  • Lövestad [live]
  • Marc Holstege
  • Marcus Meinhardt
  • Marvin & Guy
  • Miss Melera
  • Niconé
  • Oliver Koletzki
  • Paji [live]
  • Pilocka Krach
  • Rampa
  • Reinier Zonneveld [live]
  • Rod
  • Rodriguez Jr. [live]
  • Sascha Braemer
  • Satori [live]
  • Schlepp Geist
  • Yetti Meissner

The Venue

Pleinvrees Festival 2017

Het Twiske
Noorderlaaik 1
1511 BX Amsterdam

Het Twiske is a large scenic park to the north of Amsterdam, home to a lake and nature reserve.

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