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Exhibition: Cha Cha! Pop music in Groningen

30 November 2017

In January, Groningen will be Dutch Pop Music City Number One again: first, from 17 through 19 January, the whole town is in the spell of Eurosonic; and Saturday 20 January the whole of pop music loving Holland will convene in De Oosterpoort to witness the status quo of Dutch pop music on the Noorderslag Festival.

In the University of Groningen Library collection, there are a lot of books about the history of pop music in Groningen. A number of them are being exhibited in the stairwell on the third floor of the University Library City Centre.
The exhibit contains books and other publications about pop music in Groningen through the years. In addition, we show some record covers, photos, film clips and other paraphernalia form the Groningen pop scene.

Exhibition: Cha Cha! Popmuziek in Groningen, door de jaren heen (Pop music in Groningen thorugh the years)

  • Wednesday 6 December 2017 through Sunday 4 March 2018
  • University Library City Centre, Broerstraat 4, 9712 CP Groningen
  • Stariwell, 3rd floor
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