As always, BEARDsterdam will bring you a kick-ass program to fill your entire day with good vibes and fun.
As an extra, this we will bring you PUNK-ROCKsterdam! A hardcore / punk event with a amazing lineup.
What is PUNK-ROCKsterdam
PUNK-ROCKsterdam is an evening filled Hardcore / Punk event presented by BEARDsterdam. For the last couple of years BEARDsterdam was held as a beard- and lifestyle charity event. This year our charity is the Hardcore Help Foundation. To raise even more money for this amazing charity we've added a concert, PUNK-ROCKsterdam.
Why is PUNK-ROCKsterdam
First of all, PUNK-ROCKsterdam is a great excuse to have a kick-ass Hardcore / Punk concert after a long period of pandemic restrictions. Secondly, we love to combine the hardcore community and beard community and have a party and raise awareness for all the great work the HHF does. By combining BEARDsterdam and PUNK-ROCKsterdam we hope to raise awareness but also a lot of money for the Hardcore Help Foundation.
Hardcore Help Foundation
We are about supporting a good cause and this year we have selected “the Hardcore Help Fundation” as our charity. We will support this charity during the event in the form of donation possibilities,special merch and all profits of the event will fully benefit the charity
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From the Heart
From the Heart is a Rotterdam based hardcore band, formed in early 2012.
While they have been significantly influenced by Eurocore and New York hardcore their style can be best described as fast metallic oldschool hardcore.
Call it eurocore, call it what you will, these guys play a tight set and get a crowd action in response. If you are into singalongs, circlepits, pile ons and moshpits… HOOK THEM UP!
Hometown Crew is a 5-piece Youth Crew/Hardcore Punk band from Weert, The Netherlands.
Hometown Crew has played shows with Madball, Cro-Mags, FREE, Backfire!, Right Direction, No Warning, No Turning Back, Cold World, and many more
Howlett is a 4-piece hardcore band with the ambition to make the world a bit more fun, 'one bardive at a time'. The band throws fast riffs with hard-hitting breakdowns into a blender and delivers them with a smile.
Stage Banter takes inspiration from different styles within the punk genre. It's no secret that most of it comes from the 90's school of Epitaph and Fat Wreck Chords. Think Southern Californian skatepunk, as made great by the likes of Pennywise and Lagwagon, but with the frayed and unpredictable sound of the almighty Dillinger Four. The band creates a wall of energy on stage and tries to address social issues with its lyrics. At the end of the day, having fun is the main objective. So tie your shoelaces, try a modest stagedive or a human pyramid in front of the stage. Anything is fine, as long as it's a party!