Posted by: aatosbeck | August 11, 2011

BOOCH Festival 2011 – 12,13 & 14 August 2011!

Booch! 2011 presents Jacqueline Govaert and Pete Philly

Booch! will take on in 2011 on two stages at the Pancratiusplein Zuid in Heerlen. The festivals’ mission is to turn the positive energy of Heerlen’ youth into future music with an exclamation mark.

On Friday 12 August, Parkstad Limburg Theatres, ParkCity Live, NIEUWE NOR and the restaurants from the Pancratiusplein area will present an additional festival day with a concert exclusive to Limburg by ex-Krezip singer, Jacqueline Govaert.

Sebastian Sturm rocked last years rain-beleaguered edition. This year sees the reggae artists’ return to open on Saturday 13 August on the main stage. This evening will be ruled entirely by dance-worth electronic music. In addition to British acts The Kleptones (mash-up), Jazzsteppa (dubstep with jazz influences) and Dutch electro-act Palmbomen, the tropical dance crew Bomb Diggy Crew and The BeatBastardz will provide dance beats from 20:00 onwards.

Destine is set to draw the crowds on Sunday. The Netherlands also has something to offer in the super-young afro-beat Jungle By Night. Pete Philly has been pegged to close this Heerlen-based pop festival. The former front man on Pete Philly & Perquisite will let Heerlen be the first to take a sneaky peak at his newest creation, his debut album ‘One’. An official European first for the Booch! festival .

Admission is free for the entire weekend.



  1. Hoi Aatos dankjewel voor deze leuke uitgaanstip met bijbehorende informatie over de musicie. Hartstikke goed, alle liefs en groetjes Conny

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