Friday 1 March 2024 2024

Pop sensation Froukje has put her heart and soul into her work in recent times, and the moment has finally arrived: on January 12, 2024, she will release her long-awaited debut album ‘Necessary Grief.’ The album features tracks like ‘Als Ik God Was’ (If I Were God), ‘Naar Het Licht’ (Towards the Light), and the new single ‘Houden Van Mij’ (Loving Me).

Froukje Veenstra has skyrocketed over the past three years. At just 18 years old, in early 2020, she burst onto the scene with her single ‘Groter Dan Ik’ (Bigger Than Me), establishing herself as one of the rising talents in Dutch alternative pop

Please note: Froukje is giving two shows at PAARD. Pay close attention to the date when purchasing your ticket, either Friday, March 1, or Saturday, March 2. If you have bought a ticket for the wrong date, unfortunately, it cannot be exchanged. Sell your ticket yourself via Ticketswap and purchase a ticket for the correct date.

  • €33,00 *
  • Grote Zaal
  • 19:00
  • 19:30

From that point, she became a rising star and has since earned two Edisons (for the EPs ‘Licht en Donker’ and ‘Uitzinnig’), two 3voor12 Song of the Year awards (for the singles ‘Ik Wil Dansen’ and ‘Zonder Gezicht’ with S10), two 3FM Awards (for Best Newcomer and Best Artist), and a Silveren Notenkraker award. She has also graced the main stages of festivals like Lowlands, Down The Rabbit Hole, Rock Werchter, and Pukkelpop.

With her poignant, catchy songs about human sorrow and societal themes, Froukje has captured the hearts of Dutch music lovers, leading to sold-out club tours and vibrant festival seasons. On both March 1 and 2, Froukje will be coming to PAARD. Be quick to secure your spot at her show.

Pay close attention to the date when purchasing your ticket because Froukje is giving two shows (Friday, March 1, or Saturday, March 2).

Support: Chibi Ichigo 
Chibi Ichigo creates electronic music with powerful, honest lyrics. As a member of the queer community, she spreads messages of acceptance. Her new single “ENERGIE,” made with Sophie Straat, announces her upcoming album. This album is influenced by the music Chibi listened to in her youth, including Happy hardcore and Europop.