PILAR ASAP - THE GLITCH EDITION: the tips of Ysaline, Jeffrey and Charlotte4 March 2020
Glitch through the eyes of three Brussels students
Ysaline Magnus, 20 years old – Student Communication Management
As a person who loves to go out and have fun with friends, I will undoubtedly choose the Opening Night of the festival. I love an atmospheric party where I can get completely carried away by new music. I personally don't know the DJ's and artists who will be performing, but that's the exciting thing about it. Who knows, I might discover my new favourite artist on Thursday.
Charlotte Moerman, 22 years old – Student Educational sciences (Cultural)
I'm looking forward to the Repair Dinner. It's a fun concept where you can ask all kinds of pressing questions about different current topics during a three-course dinner. The themes that will be discussed during this edition really appeal to me. As an Art Scientist, I often think about the savings in the arts and cultural sector, but the climate change, for example, is also something I’m aware of.
Jeffrey Wynnyk, 24 years old – Student Educational Sciences
I like the ‘je m'en fou’ style in the line-up of the Closing Night. A lot of respect for Berry and the six O'clock gang who put the Brussels Hip-Hop scene on the map. I secretly hope that Zwangere Guy will sneak into PILAR and drop a couple of Barz. Speaking of Barz, BERRY's friends are also doing well in the Netherlands. I've only known Roedel for a year so there's not much to tell about them, but there's a lot to discover. Roedel, sorry, 'het spijt me ... niet.'
Then we have the dark atmosphere from KRANKk inspired by Grime & UK Garage to close the night. Definitely be there and who's going to miss it, ‘je m'en fou’!