A celebration of sound
Titled “A Celebration of Sound,” Le Guess Who? is considered one of the most progressive festivals in the world. Le Guess Who? is all about groundbreaking sounds that you won’t hear much, if at all, in other places, but that offer new perspectives on what is possible within music.
Le Guess Who? returns to Utrecht from November 9-12, 2023 for its sixteenth festival edition. For four days, Le Guess Who? will take over the city with shows by more than 150 artists performing in pop halls, theaters, churches, wharf cellars and clubs.
On Thursday, November 9, the program features. The Anonymous Project, a radically new format for artists to present their work and for listeners to discover it; Slauson Malone 1, exploring the intersections between pop music and performance art; Rəhman Məmmədli, “the man with singing fingers. SANAM, six Lebanese musicians who mix traditional Egyptian music and Arabic poetry with improvised rock, free jazz and noise; Berlin-based Peruvian musicians Ale Hop & Laura Robles present Agua Dulce, whose work is a radical deconstruction of the traditional rhythms of Peruvian art; and the acclaimed and pioneering psychedelic dub ensemble African Head Charge, founded by master percussionist Bonjo Iyabhinghi Noah and legendary producer Adrian Sherwood.
Tickets for Le Guess Who? 2023 are available at leguesswho.com/tickets
*Daily Special at De Klub (18:00-20:30)
During Le Guess Who? restaurant De Klub offers a daily special from Thursday to Saturday between 18:00 and 20:30. On the menu, you can find meatballs or eggplant (vegan) with romesco (pepper-almond sauce), caponata (Italian braised vegetables), and roasted potatoes for €17.50.
You can make a reservation via the website, but it’s not necessary.