Indie pop band Karma Police will release their first album at the Muziekgieterij on Friday, 16 March. This young band recently won the Kunstbende in Belgium Limburg (an annual contest for young artists) and will go to the final in Gent in May. According to the jury, they play “catchy songs, that’ll stay in your head for a long time”. In addition to Karma Police, there will be performances by Smiling Industries, Bigwood Leonard and Capgras Delusion. For more information, please visit www.muziekgieterij.nl.
St Patrick’s Day
It’s St Patrick’s Day on Saturday, 17 March and that's a cause for celebrations in Maastricht too. Of course in the John Mullins Irish Pub, where cover band Guido Staps and the Firecrackers will play U2 songs, but also in the WalkAbout pub, where the rugby matches of that weekend will also be shown on screens throughout the pub. The music starts at 22:00hrs, the rugby matches at 12:30hrs.
Life is too good to be true
From Monday, 19 March until Friday, 23 March the Maastricht interdisciplinary theatre company Het Geluid will present their show Life is too good to be true at Keizer Karelplein 18. In this show, Het Geluid explores the role of truth in our present day (pop) culture. The show starts at 20:30hrs; tickets cost €10. For more information, please visit www.theateraanhetvrijthof.nl.