Rewire festival has added further additions to the lineup of their 2022 edition, running at various venues across The Hague, April 7 to 10.
After an initial announcement in November, the latest additions include expansive performances and projects at renowned venues across the city. These include SKY H1 & Mika Oki, who will collaborate for an audiovisual show around SKY H1’s recent LP Azure, whereas Holly Childs & Gediminas Žygus will adapt their album Gnarled Roots into a performance that “incorporates bespoke choreography, dense spoken word, experimental visuals, and intense electronic music”. Live sets will also take place from Evian Christ, Coby Sey, Tirzah and more. This follows the first round of artists including Helm & Nate Boyce, Ziúr, aya, MSYLMA & Ismael among others.**share news item