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De Toekomst 08 February - 10 February



  • Genre: alternative music, art etc
  • Name: Grasnapolsky
  • Established: 2010
  • Location: Scheemdermeersterweg 37, 9679 TP Scheemda
  • Capacity: 1.800
  • Stages: 4
  • Extras: 3VOOR12 sessions, intimate sessions
  • Program references: Grandbrothers, Ghostpoet, Liima, Arp Frique, Brutus, Dave Budha, Feng Suave, Weval, Bazart, Eefje de Visser, Klangstof, Bewilder, Club Guy & Roni, Slagwerk Den Haag, Afterpartees, Matteo Myderwyck, Equal Idiots, Clean Pete, Mozes and the Firstborn, Falco Benz, Grapell, Blackwave, Borokov Borokov, The Visual, Fungo Bat, Figgie, Karima El Fillali & Jamil Asadi, Yakumo, Warhola, Sekuoia, Fresku, De Cultuur, Oceanic, San Dollar, Pitou, Pieter de Graaf, Joep Beving, Bombay, De Likt, Woodie Smalls, Amber Arcades, Bent van Looy, Faces on TV

Grasnapolsky is an exclusive winter music festival with the always enchanting location as its centerpiece. Discovery, experiment and the surrounding nature are important values. Each artist is carefully placed in various locations/stages within the building, so that both location and artist can excel in their own right.

With its limited capacity of 1800 visitors, its devoted, trendsetting audience and its cinematic views, Grasnapolsky has become a favorite amongst many bands to play at. 
Grasnapolsky provides a stage to established names trying out their latest material as well as to new talented artists creating electronic, singer-songwriter and/or alternative music. The festival has a strong track record of booking acts who have afterwards increased in popularity and reached bigger audiences. Grasnapolsky is a highly-acclaimed festival supported by several national newspapers, radio- and television stations and loved for its exclusivity and its magical, historical surroundings.