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This is definitely a Friday you will love! The Cure will headline Friday 28 June at Rock Werchter 2019. The Belgian festival will take place between 27-30 June.
After their first confirmations for Ejekt Festival in Athens and Firenze Rocks in Italy, we now know that the British band will return to the festival grounds of Werchter five years after their last appearance. This is the seventh time that Robert Smith and his group will be playing at Rock Werchter.
Onze website Festileaks is 7 jaar geleden opgericht vanuit de gedeelde liefde voor festivals. Nu zijn we genomineerd voor Website van het Jaar 2018 in de categorie events. Een mooiere waardering voor al dat harde werk van onze ijzersterke community kunnen ons we niet bedenken. Oneindig veel dank en ❤ voor je support so far, maar nu willen we winnen ook!
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You can see the announcement here:
The first name is in! @TheCure will play Rock Werchter on Friday 28 June. More names are to follow shortly. Rock Werchter 2019 takes place from Thursday 27 June to Sunday 30 June in the Festivalpark in Werchter. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 26 October. #RW19 #staytuned pic.twitter.com/CTumKyYk7Q
— Rock Werchter (@RockWerchter) October 5, 2018
The Cure are an English band from Crawley, West Sussex, and one of the most iconic groups still performing. Since the late 70s, they have delivered a unique sound, often qualified as post-punk or new wave. They have sold roughly 27 million records and received several nominations at the Grammy Awards and Brit Awards. They also won an MTV Video Music Award in 1992 for their anthem ‘Friday I’m In Love’.
Rock Werchter 2019
In 1974, Rock Werchter started as a one-day festival. With almost 90,000 visitors each day and around 80 bands for its four-day lineup, it is now one of the biggest festivals in Europe. Through its 44 years, it has hosted a variety of music genres and artists. From Metallica and Iron Maiden to David Bowie and Paul McCartney, all have performed at the Belgian festival.