3 reasons why you want to be at Grasnapolsky festival this weekend

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Grasnapolsky is a winter festival located in the heart of natural park De Hoge Veluwe, close to Apeldoorn. For us it’s almost a party in our backyard. But although the festival may not be close to your hometown, it is certainly worth to make a long trip to the dark woods of the Veluwe this weekend. Grasnapolsky is a blend of culture and nature with an inspiring line-up. We picked 3 acts you don’t want to miss:

Arp Frique: Creates the sound he was missing on the dancefloor. Boogie, Afro, Kaseko combined with groovy disco, performed by a live band!

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Akula Rythm Band is a project of Luka van de Poel (DeWolff) in colaboration with musicians from 45acidbabies, The Grand East, Breaking Levees & Faut Haut. Front singer is young french singer Theo François. Inspired by West-African music Akula Rythm Band creates very danceable fuzzy afrotracks. Grasnapolsky will be one of the first live performances of the band.

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Karima el Fillali & Jamil al Asadi – Poet/singer Karima el Fillali sings in arabic and Jamil al Asadi plays the qanûn. Mystical & enchanting

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