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Stadspodium goes Dutch - 4 Nederlandstalige artiesten

For one afternoon the Stadspodium will be bursting with Dutch music. The programmers have made a selection of Rotterdam artists, each with their own unique sound, but with one similarity: the music is in Dutch.


3:00 PM Tato

15:20 Alisa Victoria

15:40 Joni & Kaya Jules

4:00 PM Planck show


Tato is a born performer from Rotterdam, and you can hear that in his music. With lyrics that are as poetic as they are flat, he writes catchy Dutch songs about life, love, sex, and occasionally about cardboard. Normally he is on stage with his band Le Motat , but for this one time he sings and plays alone on his acoustic guitar for you. Please note: you will not be able to get the songs out of your head for the next 35 years.

Alisa Victoria

Alisa Victoria writes Dutch pop music, with influences from Blof and Wies. With her powerful voice she takes you into her feelings and conveys strong emotions. You experience a rollercoaster of feelings, from sadness and pain, to joy and happiness. Alisa has been singing and writing a lot since she was little, and graduated from Codarts in 2022.

Joni and Katya

Joni Jules (2000) is a Rotterdam singer-songwriter with Jamaican, Antillean and Dutch roots. She accompanies herself on guitar, is a multi-instrumentalist and writes Dutch songs. The songs are about love, strength, unity, freedom and self-awareness. This time Joni performs with her brother, Kaya Jules. Kaya Jules is a Rotterdam rapper and singer. He also beatboxes and drums and produces beats & compositions.

Planck tone

Plancktoon is Dutch-language pop music by Freerk van Oudheusden and Casper Berkhout. Plancktoon's sound is reminiscent of many things, but it unmistakably has something of its own. Sometimes with a touch of indie/'80s/electro. And every now and then the songs alternate with musical intermezzos of spoken word.

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Datum Tijd Locatie Ticketlink
Sun 1 Sept 15:00 - 16:30 Stadspodium Rotterdam

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Sunday 1 September

15:00 - 16:30
Free entry
Stadspodium Rotterdam -  Grotekerkplein -, Centrum
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