For years, this festival has been celebrated on the first Saturday of June by local residents, residents of The Hague, compatriots and music lovers from across the border, in and around Musicon in The Hague. With a large outdoor stage on the square and an intimate indoor stage with a room for about two hundred people, this festival, where cosiness is a high priority, offers a diverse range of ways to enjoy an equally diverse range of musical variations.

Although the name only suggests rock, the lack of pop, blues, rap and electronic music would make it less Kaderock. Traditionally, the festival is also closed inside by DJs so that the diehards can dance until the earliest hours. Ticket sales are only at the door. Tickets are € 2.50 for adults. Children and young people up to the age of 15 do not pay an entrance fee. You may be asked to identify yourself if you look like 16 or older. Besides a lot of good music, there is a small market on the site, as well as a bouncy castle for the youngest festival-goers.

Take note! Due to limited (and paid) parking, we advise everyone NOT to come by car.