Trym and FJAAK throwing a party

A first in the history of Pukkelpop -est 1985-. Combi tickets sold out earlier than day tickets. A bit of a bummer for quite some people when "PKP combi sold out" was the caption on social media. With these new additions to the lineup, sales are going to be on fire even more, so if you're still waiting to grab a day ticket, don't wait any longer.

Thursday, August 17

Since 2016 The Hickey Underworld were very low key but you can drop them anywhere in Kiewit, they’ll find their way blind to the festival grounds. Welcome back guys and we are very curious about that new material.

Friday, August 18

Dance to the compelling powerhouse techno, U.K. garage dub, breakbeat hardcore of German electronic duo FJAAK. Their set is gritty and sensual and almost all of their tracks are composed with analog equipment. Do you prefer compact, cutting punk songs you can roar along to in one, two, three? Then mark Ploegendienst in the PKP App. That's 80's hardcore punk, oi and trash with Dutch lyrics about tourist terror, broken phones and The System.

Saturday, August 19

Tarkastaja, a quirky Finnish band, makes modern 80's Suomi synthpop and they hate social media ferociously. Also on Saturday (but not Finnish): Faisal, he plays a DJ set detached from genres with a wide range of influences and a 200% guarantee of party and fun.

Sunday, August 20

There is no question of taking it easy on the last Pukkelpop day, especially since French techno phenomenon Trym was added to the lineup. He has already played all major techno stages worldwide to pieces and is extrêmement populaire.

Unfortunately, Oliver Malcolm has to skip Pukkelpop. He was programmed in the Lift on Sunday.