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The Qontinent 2020 line-up – Breaking Boundaries
Every year about 30,000 lovers move towards the epicenter of the well-known ‘rave-quake’ in Wachtebeke. The Qontinent is the biggest harder styles festival in Belgium and will return for its 13th edition this year, which will be all about ‘Breaking Boundaries’. The organisation has just revealed the complete line-up for this new edition, with over 150 (!) artists uniting at the Wachtebeke.
Belgium festival The Qontinent is known for its amazing atmosphere, superb stages and loads of entertainment. During this weekend festival there’s plenty to do for everyone that likes hardstyle, rawstyle, freestyle, tek and hardcore, which this year’s line-up once again proves. Da Tweekaz, Sound Rush, Sub Zero Project Live, Ran-D, Phuture Noize, Warface & D-Sturb Synchronised, Deadly Guns, Angerfist and many others will take place The Qontinent decks. Have a look at the full line-up down below.
Get ready for The Qontinent 2020 – Breaking Boundaries
The Qontinent 2020 – Breaking Boundaries will take place on Friday the 7th, Saturday the 8th and Sunday the 9th of August at the Wachtebeke in Belgium. All tickets & accommodations are now available via the official website of the event, on which you’ll also find more info.
Have a look at the previous Hard News TV episode of the 2019 edition ‘Island of Intensity’ down below, in which among other things we talked to Headhunterz, Mark With a K and the organisation about what makes the Belgium festival The Qontinent so special.
This is the full line-up for The Qontinent 2020:
Act of Rage
Crazy We R
D-Block & S-te-Fan
Danger Hardcore Team LIVE
Degos & Re-Done
Footworxx Militant Crew
Mark With a K & MC Chucky
Never Surrender presents Rise
Pat B LIVE
Riot Shift LIVE
Sins of Insanity
Sub Zero Project LIVE
Super Trash Bros. LIVE
The Dark Horror
The Sickest Squad
Warface & D-Sturb: Synchronised
Footage via Facebook-page The Qontinent