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Loraine James, Pan Daijing, Lorenzo Senni, more announced for Rewire’s offline festival

The festival returns to The Hague in September

Loraine James, Pan Daijing and Lorenzo Senni are among the names set to play Rewire’s upcoming "offline" festival.

Following an online edition in May, the festival returns to The Hague, the Netherlands across 10th-12th September, as well as 18th September.

Billed "as a reintroduction to Rewire’s usual format," the festival will also host the likes of Sarah Davachi, bbymutha, Laurie Spiegel and Lyra Pramuk in venues including Paard, Korzo and Koninklijke Schouwburg.

The festival is also teaming up with artist-run platform iii to present Proximity Music, a tour of installations scattered across The Hague which promises to "engage with the senses and the body, with instruments and machines, with ritual and play." 

Ahead of returning in its full form next April, on September 18th, the festival will collaborate with festival Dag in de Branding to present the closing event to this year's offline edition.

Tickets are on sale now. Check out the full line-up here.

Revisit our recent interview with Loraine James, and Lyra Pramuk's Selections feature here