PZYK 2021 — 15 May 2021

Due to the current uncertainty around the Covid-19 situation in the UK, we have no choice but to re-schedule PZYK to 15 May 2021.
We’re massively disappointed to have to make this switch, and have been considering various different alternatives over the past 10 days. Having looked at all new date options from autumn onwards, and in consultation with our venues, the most suitable (and safest) option is to postpone the festival until 2021. This means we can also utilise the same spaces and make PZYK the best experience possible for everyone.
We are working closely with all artists and their schedules to ensure as many of them as possible can join us for the re-scheduled date. We will make a further announcement regarding the line-up and any new additions in the coming months.
All original tickets remain valid for the re-arranged date. If you would like a refund, please contact Eventim here.

Stay safe, stay #PZYK – and see you in 2021.


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In ancient Chinese philosophy, YIN YANG refers to a concept of dualism, describing how seemingly opposite or contrary forces may actually be in balance, complementary, and interdependent in the natural world. The Maastricht-based band known as YĪN YĪN, however, embraces misbalance and its contemplative freedom in order to push the boundaries of its creative musicality.

At a ballet school in a remote village near the Alpaca Mountain, Yīn Yīn started out as an in-studio experimental project by Kees Berkers and Yves Lennertz, exploring the potentialities of South East Asian music from the 60s and 70s. Over recent years, the project has evolved into an energetic live experience, celebrating a mix of world music, disco, funk and electro, deeply infused with the individual musical background of its individual members. With the introduction of Robbert Verwijlen on keys and Remy Scheren playing bass, and with percussionist Gino Bombrini joining them on their live tours, Yīn Yīn has developed into an immersive, psychedelic live presence able to captivate a broad audience, and get people dancing.