De Luar and the Streetdose + Amaguk

Presale 10,00
At the door 10,00

Date Friday 11 November, 2022
Start 20:45
Doors open 20:00

Attention: the concert hall is not accessible for wheelchair users, as there is no lift. Sorry for the inconvenience.

| Student tickets are available! Students pay 7.50 euros for a ticket. Show your student ID at the door.

On the 11th of November we invited De Luar and the Streetdose and Amaguk to give away an amazing concert. Expect a perfect combination of (psychedelic) rock with a pinch of punk and rock! Don’t miss out on this one

De Luar and the Streetdose

De Luar and The Streetdose are a psychedelic rock band from Greece. They formed at Corfu in 2018 and since then they have toured all over Greece performing exclusively their own music headlining in various major venues and festivals while building a loyal fanbase. From city clubs to open air stages they create a unique musical atmosphere that blends rock n’ roll riffs and folk inspired melodies with aggressive jungle beats and electronic sound elements. Besides their existing online content with live performances and live studio sessions De Luar and the streetdose will finally hit the studio once again to record their debut LP after 2 long years of setbacks due to the pandemic.


The three-piece band AMAGUK turns every performance into a groovy mix of jazz, punk and progressive rock. The young trio has made a big impression on the Rotterdam scene over the past year with their energetic live show. They have performed regularly at famous festivals and venues such as North Sea Jazz Festival, Music Meeting, Dizzy Jazzcafé, Zwarte Ruiter, Paard van Troje, WOMAD and also toured the Canary Islands, Greece and London.

This Rotterdam trio zigzags effortlessly between rock, punk-funk and avant-garde jazz full of whimsical up-tempo beats, deep electronic bass and screaming solos on guitar and saxophone. Rock/jazz as it should be: fast, loud and with a punk attitude!

In 2019 they were awarded as best soloists at the prestigious Rotterdam Erasmus Jazz Prize for their combination of punk and jazz. The band released two works: the EP Amaguk (2019) and their album debut Resilient Forest (2020).