30 June 2013 - Zuiderpark Parkpop
Wanna visit one of the largest free popfestivals in Europe? Come along and join in the fun at Parkpop! Whoever says pop music, says The Hague. The Hague has for years been the Netherlands' pop city number one. So every reason for this to be the venue for one of our country's oldest and largest pop festivals. Parkpop has a rich history, including several ‘greats' from the national and international pop world. Take Robbie Williams, The Bangles, Beth Hart, Jamie Cullum, Kim Wilde, Marillion, Kelis or Mory Kante, all Parkpop veterans. Last year Parkpop welcomed Kula Shaker, Sheryl Crow and Orishas. Parkpop has grown from one stage and a few thousand visitors in to a mega event with three stages, hundreds and thousands of visitors and a variety of activities in the centre of The Hague.
Who will be performing at Parkpop 2013?
The line-up for 2013 is not complete yet, more names to be announced in March 2013.
One thing we present you in 2013 is the first edition of the Global Battle of the Bands in the Hague, with the Dutch overall winner performing at Parkpop 2013. Check the GBOB pages at this site.
When will Parkpop be held?
Parkpop 2013 will take place on Sunday 30 June. The festival will start at 14.00 and go on till 22.30.
How do I buy a ticket?
Entry to Parkpop is free! That means you don't need to buy a ticket to get into Zuiderpark. Everyone will have access to the park. However, dogs will not be admitted. Glass or cans may on no account be taken onto the site and will be liable to confiscation at the entrance as well as during field checks. Only unopened plastic bottles and cardboard boxes containing non-alcoholic soft drinks or water will be permitted, provided in limited quantities.
How do I get to Parkpop?
The Parkpop organisers strongly advise you to use public transport to get to Parkpop. Zuiderpark is easy to reach by public transport. Special Parkpop trams from The Hague Central Station (Den Haag Centraal) and special Parkpop buses from The Hague Holland Spoor (Den Haag HS) will be operating to and from the festival venue. The Parkpop trams and buses will run non-stop between 11.00 and 22.00. Please note that bus and tram cards (strippenkaarten) cannot be used on these Parkpop trams and buses! It takes roughly ten minutes to get to the festival venue. Zuiderpark can be accessed by car via the southwest side of The Hague. From the A13, A12 and A4, take the exit labelled Den Haag Zuidwest/Hoek van Holland. There are public entrances on Veluweplein, Melis Stokelaan, Loevesteinlaan and Vreeswijkstraat.
What does Parkpop look like?
Wanna have an impression of Parkpop. Check the festivalreports
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