Effenaar 't Wasven


Effenaar 't Wasven

With the summer ahead, it's time for new editions of Effenaar 't Wasven. Traditionally, these summer afternoons will again take place on the cozy terrace of Groendomein 't Wasven. We will be back on three Sundays in June, July and September and you are welcome to discover some great music while enjoying a tasty snack and drink. And all of this framed by the unique Effenaar 't Wasven summer feeling. The entrance is free!

Line-up september 4th:
14:00 open
15:00 – 15:45 Puntjudith.
16:15 – 17:00 Woody Sings
17:45 – 18:30 Anna Rune
18:30 – 20:00 DJ 

About Puntjudith
During the pandemic, front woman Judith Rijsenbrij locked herself up in a light house, where she recorded her debut album together with fellow musicians Wannes Notenbaert and Adriaan Stoop. With her energetic, musical identity, she was already highly regarded by Belgian Radio and was mentioned by 3voor12 in Hollandse Nieuwe of 2021. Her debut EP Snelweg rages through the overstimulated stream of thoughts of the millennial with striking Dutch lyrics and electronic beats. Puntjudith gets under your skin and demonstrates a raw daily reality and surreal dreams full of desire.

About Woody Sings
Woody Veneman from Eindhoven is a composer and singer-songwriter, maker of analog techno, visual designer and gallery owner. He played with Selim Lemouchi & His Enemies and was praised by Nick Cave for his version of 'No Pussy Blues'. Veneman is remarkably prolific and driven by an uncontrollable urge to create and innovate: "There's always something you haven't made yet," said Woody.

About Anna Rune

'For Monumental People': that's the name of Anna Rune's new album. Best described as Neo-Romantic Pop, the new songs take them in a fresh, more impulsive direction. With dancing bass lines, driving rhythms and analog synths at the wheel, Anna's lyrical and sometimes dark writing style takes on a relativistic layer. She has to, because she wrote all the songs as an ode to people who were of monumental value in her life, during Anna's struggle to restore her mental health. With the album she wants to start a conversation with the public about vulnerability, self-love and devastating, dull misery.