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Jera On Air Adds 38 New Names To 2024 Line-Up

Just in time before the Easter weekend, Dutch punk, hard- & metalcore festival Jera On Air has announced 38 new names for their 2024 line-up

Earlier this year, the festival announced a special four-day edition for their 30th anniversary.

For those eager to be a part of this historic event, tickets are currently available for purchase and can be bought here.

Jera On Air will take place on June 27, 28, 29 & 30 this year. Check out the entire line-up so far on the poster below and let us know if you are thinking of attending the festival this year.

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Jera On Air Announce Special Four-Day Edition For Their 30th Anniversary

As Jera On Air gears up to celebrate its 30th anniversary, they had one more big announcement to celebrate. This year, the music festival is set to outdo itself, promising four days of musical extravaganza from June 27th to 30th, 2024.

In a departure from its traditional three-day format, Jera On Air 2024 is extending the revelry to four days.

Headlining this year’s festival on the extra Sunday is The Prodigy. Accompanying The Prodigy is a diverse lineup of bands, including the likes of Enter Shikari, Me First And The Gimme Gimmes, Make Them Suffer, The Acacia Strain, Boston Manor, As Everything Unfolds, Ho99o9, Slapshot, Dropout Kings, Death Lens, Sing Along Riot, Neufx, with more announcements on the way.

For those eager to be a part of this historic event, tickets are currently available for purchase and can be bought here.

Check out the announcement below and let us know whether or not you plan on attending!

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Jera On Air Adds New Names To Line-Up, Announces Last Headliner

Dutch punk, hard- & metalcore festival Jera On Air has expanded their line-up with an additional 13 names, including the long-awaited headliner for the last festival day. The festival closer for Jera On Air 2024 will be the almighty Architects, who coincidentally are playing a show on Dutch soil later today in Amsterdam’s AFAS LIVE.

As for the rest of the new names, here are all the new additions for Jera On Air 2024 that were just announced:

Imminence, Movements, Makewar, Brutus, Of Mice & Men, Hanabie, Annisokey, Architects, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Spanish Love Songs, King Prawn & The Black Dahlia Murder For I Am King.

Jera On Air will take place on June 27, 28 & 29 this year. Check out the entire line-up so far on the poster below and let us know if you are thinking of attending the festival this year.

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Exciting Additions To Jera On Air 2024 Lineup Revealed In Advent Calendar

The organizers of Jera On Air have unwrapped two more surprises from their musical advent calendar. On December 6th, the festival announced the inclusion of Scowl and End It, building anticipation for the lineup. Today, on December 7th, the excitement continues to soar with the unveiling of two more stellar acts – the British pop-punk sensation Neck Deep and the international ska-punk ensemble Jaya The Cat.

As the countdown to Jera On Air 2024 progresses, festival-goers can look forward to more thrilling revelations in the days to come. The next unveiling is scheduled for December 11th, promising even more excitement for fans of the Dutch music festival.

Jera On Air 2024 is set to captivate audiences on June 27th, 28th, and 29th. Music enthusiasts can secure their spots at this unmissable event by purchasing tickets, available for purchase here.

Stay tuned for further updates and announcements as the lineup unfolds, promising a diverse array of musical talents.

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Jera On Air Announce First Bands For 2024 Line-Up, 30th Edition

Jera On Air, a festival with a rich history, is gearing up for its 30th edition from June 27th to 29th in Ysselsteyn, the Netherlands. This event is truly a gem, offering a diverse lineup of music that spans punk, hardcore, and metalcore.

Thursday: The festival kicks off with Electric Callboy, Bad Religion, Authority Zero, Madball, and many others taking the stage.

Friday: The party continues with Dropkick Murphys leading the way, while Sum 41 bids farewell to the Netherlands festival scene. Silverstein, Counterparts, and more will also keep the energy high.

Saturday: The final day boasts bands like While She Sleeps and Thy Art Is Murder. They set the stage for an unforgettable closing, along with Bury Tomorrow, Comeback Kid, and more.

The confirmed lineup so far, in alphabetical order:

Alpha Wolf, Authority Zero, Bad Religion, Bane, Better Lovers, Biohazard, Bleed From Within, Bob Vylan, Bury Tomorrow, Comeback Kid, Counterparts, Dropkick Murphys, Electric Callboy, Erra, Fit For A King, Gel, Get The Shot, Hang Youth, Hot Mulligan, Ice Nine Kills, Incendiary, Knosis, Madball, Ploegendienst, Shadow of Intent, Silverstein, Sum 41, Thy Art is Murder, While She Sleeps.

Don’t miss out on this incredible celebration! Grab your tickets now and explore the full lineup and festival details at www.jeraonair.nl.

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JERA ON AIR: The Ghost Inside, Motionless In White & More Close Out Last Day

Time flies when you’re having fun, and as a result, we have already arrived at the third and last day of this year’s Jera On Air. The final day of a festival is always bittersweet, as it means that ‘normal life’ is right around the corner, but luckily there were some bands on the docket together to make this last day great.

THE MENZINGERS:

Time flies when you’re having fun, and as a result, we have already arrived at the third and last day of this year’s Jera On Air. The final day of a festival is always bittersweet, as it means that ‘normal life’ is right around the corner, but luckily there were some bands on the docket together to make this last day great.

After seeing the crowd during LANDMVRKS take stage diving to the next level, with one person literally surfing on top of another person while on the hands of the crowd, we went down to the Vulture stage to witness The Menzingers live. For those unfamiliar, The Menzingers are an American punk rock band known for their energetic and heartfelt music. Their sound can be described as a blend of punk, pop punk, and indie rock, with elements of folk and Americana woven into their songs. We went in completely blank and left as fans of the band, as their melodies were catchy and the lyrics storytelling-gold. They have a knack for crafting hooks that stick in your head and lyrics that resonate with listeners on an emotional level and we are here for it. Check out some of the photos made during the set and make sure to check them out if you haven’t already.

ENTER SHIKARI:

Next up were the always exciting to witness Enter Shikari, playing the mainstage for the eagerly awaiting crowd. Enter Shikari shows are known for their interactive nature, with frontman Rou Reynolds frequently engaging with the crowd. The visual aspect of an Enter Shikari show is also an integral part of the experience. The band incorporates vibrant lighting, mesmerizing visuals, and thought-provoking imagery to enhance the overall impact of their performance, this time paired with pyrotechnics and confetti cannons. The energy and excitement that Enter Shikari brought to the stage was palpable, as they delivered a set filled with their signature blend of post-hardcore of all eras of the band. New songs like (pls) set me on fire and familiar, older hits like Labyrinth & Arguing With Thermometers had the crowd ecstatically singing along and moshing with exhilaration. Due to the limited time that the band had on stage, and the many fan favourites throughout the years, Enter Shikari mixed 4 of their songs into 1 remix in, what they called the quickfire round’. The songs that were part of the quickfire round today were Havoc B, Bull, The Last Garrison & the very popular Sorry, You’re Not a Winner. Enter Shikari never disappoint, and today was no exception. Luckily for all of us, they are returning to The Netherlands in February of next year for their biggest headliner show to date. Tickets can be found here.

MOTIONLESS IN WHITE:

Seeing Motionless In White live is always a treat and their Jera On Air performance was no exception! The band’s raging energy combined with their haunting melodies and the bewitching spectacle that is their slightly creepy make-up made for a packed tent with people even spilling out, surrounding the outside. The band kicked off their set with Disguise’s title track, immediately captivating the audience and setting the tone for the rest of the show. The latest album Scoring The End Of The World was highly represented with a total of five tracks, including the title track, the aggressive and anthemic Slaughterhouse and Werewolf.

THE GHOST INSIDE:

Closing out the Vulture stage, for some considered to be one of the headliners of the night (including us), was the highly anticipated performance from The Ghost Inside. From moment one onwards, the crowd was captivated by The Ghost Inside’s raw energy and emotional intensity, with half the tent being a non-stop moshpit.

What made this performance truly special, however, was the profound sense of unity and resilience that emanated from the stage. The Ghost Inside’s triumphant return to the stage after their tragic accident was met with overwhelming support, and their gratitude was palpable. Throughout the set, the band members shared heartfelt stories and expressed their appreciation for the fans who stood by them during their darkest times. They radiated strength and determination, delivering their powerful blend of metalcore with a newfound level of conviction. It was truly a remarkable experience witnessing The Ghost Inside’s resilience and the unwavering support of their fans and we hope this sense comes through in the photos in the gallery below.