After a day of Groezrock you can expect people to be a bit tired, but the opposite is true. They are up bright and early, as is the sun today. So when the festival grounds open, day two of Groezrock could not start a better way. Read our review on the acoustic side of the second day of Groezrock below. Continue reading
Every year, Belgian punk and hardcore festival Groezrock knows how to get a line-up that covers all grounds. Both old timers and new kids on the block are included in the line-up and like other years, acoustic music can also be found if you know where to look. Read our review on the acoustic side of Groezrock below. Continue reading
25 years of Groezrock: an anniversary edition with lots of great names, both big (Rancid, No Use For A Name, Sum 41) and small (Bad Cap Bad Cop, Muncie Girls) and somewhere in between. Somewhere in between is where you had to look to find the acoustic acts this year. While last year still incorporated some acoustic artists on the Macbeth Stage (Ducking Punches), this year Frank Turner was the only one on the big stage with an acoustic guitar with him. Still, in several places you could find some peace and quiet – *ahum* – with some acoustic music. Read our report here! Continue reading
The countdown for Groezrock has become serious; the Belgian hardcore and punk festival is but a month away! This year the Acoustic Stage will be absent, but there will be enough acoustics at the fourth edition of the Groezrock Acoustic Punk Meeting, hosted by North Empire Bookings. Read on for details.
On the day before Groezrock, North Empire Bookings put on the third Acoustic Punk Meeting at the camping site. Many people played some songs on a stage of two beer crates, including Lagwagon’s Joey Cape and Russ Rankin of Good Riddance. Here are some photo’s. Enjoy! Continue reading