Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2019

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A communal celebration of all things fuzz, reverb and drone, Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2019 will take place at the Effenaar on August 23-24th.

Like with the first edition we are bringing you some of our favourite artists from around the world, including Kikagaku Moyo, Iceage, The KVB, Night Beats, Tess Parks, The Underground Youth, The Telescopes, Froth, Les Big Byrd, The Warlocks, Cosmonauts, The Vacant Lots, Lumerians, Rendez-Vous, Snapped Ankles, Whispering Sons, The Myrrors, Singapore Sling, Teeth Of The Sea, Acid Baby Jesus, Iguana Death Cult, RMFTM, Minami Deutsch, The Oscillation, 10 000 Russos, The Janitors, Dead Vibrations, JuJu, The Gluts, Medicine Boy, Vuelveteloca, Routine Death and Firefriend.

Weekend TicketsFridaySaturdayInfo & FAQLocation & Getting There

Festival Playlist


Friday

Lineup:

Night Beats

The KVB

Froth

The Underground Youth

The Telescopes

The Warlocks

The Myrrors

Minami Deutsch

Acid Baby Jesus

The Oscillation

Dead Vibrations

Iguana Death Cult

Radar Men From The Moon

Firefriend

Medicine Boy

Routine Death

Lineup subject to change.
Friday Ticket

Saturday

Lineup:

Kikagaku Moyo

Iceage

Tess Parks

Singapore Sling

Snapped Ankles

Les Big Byrd

Whispering Sons

The Vacant Lots

Rendez-Vous

Cosmonauts

Lumerians

Teeth Of The Sea

10 000 Russos

The Gluts

The Janitors

Juju

Vuelveteloca

Lineup subject to change.
Saturday Ticket

Warm Up Show (Thursday)

Free entry!

Venue: Stroomhuis

Address: Eindje 1, 5611 ZW Eindhoven, Netherlands

Bands playing:

Cosmonauts

Nonn

Tjalling

Saturday Ticket

Film Screening and Q&A: The Telescopes Taste. A 30 Year Celebration

Venue: Student Hotel

Address: Stationsweg 1, 5611 AA Eindhoven, Netherlands


2018 Recap


Location

The Effenaar was founded in 1971 under the name Open Jongerencentrum (Open Youth center), by young adults with a critical view of society. The Jongerencentrum was established in the abandoned Van den Briel & Verster linen factory; the building was originally renamed “Para+”. The name “Effenaar” is a reference to the old linen factory, which had a machine to remove creases from fabric.

The old Effenaar has hosted many large (national and international) acts throughout its existence, including The Ramones, The Cure, Joy Division, Sex Pistols, Red Hot Chili Peppers, R.E.M., Fugazi, Queens of the Stone Age and Sonic Youth.

The new Effenaar was designed by the Rotterdam architect bureau MVRDV and completed in 2005.

Effenaar consists of two halls. The main hall with a capacity of 1300 and the small hall 400. It also has a restaurant and huge garden area.

Effenaar Map

Gallery


FCE19 Poster