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Today, Pinkpop held a press conference in the famous club Paradiso in Amsterdam. The Dutch Festival added many new names to its lineup, including Snow Patrol, The Offspring, Parov Stelar, Oscar and the Wolf, Editors and more.
More specifically, Snow Patrol, The Offspring, BLØF, Oh Wonder, Oliver Heldens, Lil’ Kleine, Slydigs and more will perform before Pearl Jam on Friday.
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On Saturday, Marmozets, Parov Stelar, A Perfect Circle, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Nothing But Thieves and The Script are among the bands that will play at the festival before Foo Fighters will hit the Main Stage.
Finally, on Sunday, Greta van Fleet, Triggerfinger, Oscar and the Wolf, Milky Chance, Jessie J and Editors will appear. Bruno Mars will then close the festival.
You can see the full poster bellow:
The Offspring are rock band from California. The band formed in 1984 and their first self-titled album was released five years later. Since then, they have released eight more albums and undergone several lineup changes. Their unique style makes them one of the best-selling punk rock bands of all time. With the release of Smash in 1994, the band sold over six million copies worldwide, breaking a record for the most albums sold on an independent record label. Their tenth studio album is expected to be released in 2018.
Pinkpop is an annual music festival that started in 1970. It is considered to be one of the oldest and longest-running pop and rock festivals in the world. During all these years, more than 700 bands have played at the festival and about 60,000 people attend the festival every day. Tickets are expected to sell out quickly.
- Location: Landgraaf, the Netherlands.
- Date: 15-17 June.
- Tickets: on sale from 24 February for €230 (three days), or €110 (one day).
- For more information, visit the official website.