Voodoo Village promises more magic than ever this year

Festival announces first headliners of a varied line-up

On 7 and 8 September, the ninth edition of Voodoo Village descends on one of Brussels’ most enchanting forests. The boutique festival pulls out all the stops this year, with the best electronic beats, an ultra-diverse line-up and an even greater focus on experience. Voodoo Village, which already promises to be the ultimate closing festival of the summer, now presents the first headliners for its exhilarating musical bill.

In the shadow of Humbeek Castle, 30,000 visitors from around the world will synch to the sound of electronic beats. Guided by the ‘Uniting Souls’ principle, Voodoo Village is the out-and-out festival to unite visitors and transport festival-goers on a global tour of contemporary electronic music.

Five stages with souls of their own

This year Voodoo Village features five stages, each with their own character, visual identity and sound. Through an impressive entrance gate, festival-goers step into a unique world themed on one of the five elements of feng shui. Inspired by ancient Chinese wisdom, the five stages flow into a harmonious and energetic whole.

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The Forest

The Forest is still the ultimate place of magic, where Villagers share their love of music. House, soul and disco beats echo through the trees on Saturday, featuring artists such as Denniz Cruz, Pawsa, Jimi Jules, Carista and Dj Tennis. On Sunday, the festival makes way for deeper beats, through melodic and progressive house. South African DJ and producer Black Coffee headlines on Sunday with his bewitching and unique mix of house, afrobeats and electronics, along with the melancholic feel-good music of &ME b2b and Adam Port from Keinemusik, one of the highlights of the festival’s second day.

As a festival stage, The Shelter is truly banging. Blasting from the speakers at 160 bpm we have techno, bass, minimal and heavy techno from Enrico Sangiuliano, Charlie Sparks, Indira Paganotto, I Hate Models and Adiel. It’s a haven, all weekend long, for lovers of the harder beats.

Main Stage The Yard is the one-and-only backdrop for impressive visual effects and sultry, melodic techno beats. Headliners include Artbat, ARGY and Jamie Jones, whose only Belgian festival is Voodoo Village this year. A unique opportunity to discover his music in this country.

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The Yard

This year, the experiential and live stage, The Oracle, goes large with no loss of intimacy. A spiritual site inviting festival-goers to engage in self-reflection, discover new insights and connect with others. Visitors get to participate in all kinds of workshops on emotional, cognitive, social and physical well-being. Attend a cacao ceremony, for example, participate in breathwork and yoga sessions, learn to make your own kombucha, and so much more. A line-up of live international music acts and DJs brings visitors to a musical climax against the rhythms and sounds of esoteric world music and desert house. Among the guests, Parra For Cuva plays a live set. His style touches on deep house, techno and ambient, but is mostly emotion-infused. Bora Uzer also entices visitors with an extra-long live set.

The speakers at The Observatory, now a fully-fledged Voodoo Village stage, put out mostly trance and techno sounds this time around, by the likes of Marlon Hoffstadt, Malugi and KiNK (Live). New this year is the boiler-room effect. Festival goers are free to dance anywhere, not just in front of the DJs, but behind them. A unique experience guaranteed.

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The Oracle

‘We want our visitors to feel free to be themselves’, says festival organiser Maxim Dekegel“With an intoxicating cocktail of music, art and culture, Voodoo Village creates a warm, community feel like no other festival. A unique formula that is catching on. One in ten visitors comes from abroad, from France, the Netherlands and Germany, the US and even Mexico.”‘We owe this global interest to our collaboration with international stage hosts such as Brunch in the Park, The Gardens of Babylon and labels like Life&Death, Club Haert Broken and Mutual Pleasure belonging to DJ Partiboi69. And then there are our headliners Black Coffee and Adam Port b2b with &ME from Keinemusik. The festival season has just begun and the weekend tickets have already sold out. After last year’s sell-out edition, we are delighted to see that Voodoo Village is already thriving as the festival-season closer.”

Practical information


When: Saturday 7 September from 12:00 to 01:00, Sunday 8 September from 12:00 to 00:00

Address: Warandestraat 100, 1851 Humbeek (Grimbergen) – Belgium


Regular tickets in presale for Sunday or Saturday:

First Flow: SOLD OUT

Second Flow: 86 euro

Final Flow: €92

Weekend ticket (Final Flow | 7 & 8 Sep ’24) – SOLD OUT (since 11 May)

Comfort tickets

Access to the comfort village behind The Yard: 165 euro (Saturday or Sunday – day ticket)

New: Inner Circle tickets: 295 euro (day ticket – available on Saturday and Sunday)

Along with access to the comfort village, these tickets give backstage access to 3 stages, The Forest, The Yard and The Shelter.

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