Pinkpop Festival is an annual rock festival held in the city of Landgraaf, 134 miles from Amsterdam, near the city of Heerlen and situated in the most South bound province of Limburg, Netherlands. It is held annually on the Whitsun weekend (Pinksteren in Dutch, hence the name), the 45th edition will be held from Saturday 7th until Monday 9th June 2014. The festival has a capacity of 60,000 and three days of music on three stages.
Latrtest additions are The Rolling Stones who headline Saturday with John Mayer, Flogging Molly, Ed Kowalczyk, Joe Bonamassa, HAIM, White Lies, and Les Djinns.
Added to the Sunday line-up are headliners Arctic Monkeys, plus The Kooks, Paolo Nutini, North Mississippi Allstars, Limp Bizkit, John Newman, Portugal. The Man, and Twenty | One | Pilots.
While the final day s line-up now includes Biffy Clyro, Rob Zombie, Jett Rebel, Kodaline, Gogol Bordello, Bombay Bicycle Club, Clean Bandit, and Ghost.
The first acts confirmed for were Metallica, Arcade Fire, Sensational Space Shifters ft Robert Plant, Jake Bugg, The Boxer Rebellion, Editors, Chef s Special, Mastodon, Ed Sheeran, Avenged Sevenfold, Rudimental, Bastille, Epica, and Stromae.
More acts will be announced over the coming weeks and months.Â For the line-up details as available please clickÂ here.
Tickets are Â priced at 175 euros for a three day tickets, or 90 euros for a day ticket. The start of the presale is scheduled for 9am on Saturday, 15th March 2014. Prices do not include booking fees.
There are various festival camp-sites near the arena which have toilets, hot showers, supermarkets, Information points, a camping store, a First Aid stand, cash registers and food and drink available.
For detailed information about various aspects of the festival see the Pinkpop Information (includes detailed info on camping, travel, food & drink, and more). More information will be here when available.
Date : from 2014-06-07 to 2014-06-09
Price : 175 euros, 90 euros for day tickets
Capacity : daily capacity: 60000
Address : Landgraaf, Limburg Netherlands Holland