This is the rescheduled show of November 15, 2020 and April 15, 2021. Tickets for the original dates remain valid, you don't have to do anything for them. Ticket buyers will receive personal notification.
In 2017 Roxeanne Hazes broke through with her album "In My Blood", it was awarded with an Edison award and after that Roxeanne only went harder. She was chosen as the house band of De Wereld Draait Door, was nominated for an MTV award and played in multiple sold-out venues across the country.
Roxeanne's career began at the age of fourteen. Through hundreds of performances and the always sold-out Holland Zingt Hazes concerts, she delighted the Netherlands and Belgium with her father's music. But after ten years it began to itch and she was looking for a new challenge and outlet. "I noticed that it started to itch. That I needed a new creative outlet in which I can express my ideas, feelings and creativity. My father's music is and will always be the basis, and with my own music I can now show another side."
After songwriter Guus Mulder accidentally sang a demo that he had actually written for someone else, a search followed that resulted in the first music of 'Guusje'. In the meantime, he managed to conquer many a Spotify playlist (and woman's heart) with songs such as 'Regen Kijken' and 'Balcony'. The 26-year-old artist from Amsterdam allows everyday scenes to appeal to the imagination with his innovative, Dutch-language pop music. On his debut album, due out this year, Guusje effortlessly tackles all colors of the love spectrum: from the first butterflies to a painful end of a relationship.