In two weeks, on 10, 11, 12 & 18 September, Rewire returns to The Hague for its first physical festival since 2019! As the countdown continues, we can now reveal the full timetable for the upcoming festival. Make sure to mark any must-see performances in your calendar and map-out your festival experience.
Following on from the online edition in May, the Rewire 2021 - offline edition features an eclectic programme spanning genres and disciplines. Alongside new additions like Lyra Pramuk, Limpe Fuchs and Sarah Davachi, artists who presented impressive works for the online edition, such as Felicia Atkinson & Ben Rivers, Galya Bisengalieva, Duma and more, will all present in-person performances. They all feature as part of the ticketed programme at well-known locations such as Paard, Korzo, Koninklijke Schouwburg, Lutherse Kerk, and Theater aan het Spui. Next to this, the festival also has a freely accessible programme, taking place at no less than 18 locations indoors and outside in public space including Proximity Music, our collaboration with iii, Music for a Busy City, Hearing Like a Herring, and Forest Phantoms. Find out when and where to catch each performance or activity by checking out the timetable here: https://timetable.rewirefestival.nl
The second batch of weekend tickets (10-11 Sep) is also now available to purchase, alongside individual day tickets, and Rewire’s collaboration with Dag in de Branding on Saturday 18 September. All activities taking place on Sunday 12 September are free to access. Tickets can be purchased at: https://www.rewirefestival.nl/tickets
Despite the recently announced extensions to Covid-19 restrictions in The Netherlands, Rewire is able to go ahead as planned with an extensive Covid safety policy in place, albeit with reduced capacity and a few other restrictions. Read Rewire’s full Covid safety policy here: https://www.rewirefestival.nl/news/rewire-2021-is-going-ahead
To visit the ticketed programme (taking place at PAARD, Korzo, Koninklijke Schouwburg, Theater aan het Spui, and Lutherse Kerk) you will need to exchange your e-ticket for one wristband to access all those venues. In order to receive this wristband you will need to present proof of vaccination, proof of recovery, or a negative test result (Testen voor Toegang). You can present these using the CoronaCheck app. The location to present the above and receive your wristband is PAARD (Prinsegracht 12).
Within the above mentioned venues, the audience can let go of the 1.5m social distancing, but please note all concerts are seated and all rooms have fixed seats. You are supposed to remain seated during the concert, but you are allowed to go to the bar for a drink or go to the toilet.
Please note: After the start of a concert, you will not be allowed entrance anymore. Please be on time if you wish to see a certain concert, the timetable is designed to make changing venues easily possible.
For the free programme social distancing is required. Visitors don’t need to present proof of vaccination, proof of recovery, or a negative test result.