Utrecht

“A hidden gem in Amsterdam’s shadow.” - The Washington Post

“Festivals with this wide-eyed an approach to music do not come around often, and even less so in cities this picturesque.” - The Line Of Best Fit

“Come not just for the music, but the location and spirit of the whole thing, and be beguiled.” - The Thin Air

About Utrecht

About Utrecht

How to describe the city of Utrecht in just a couple of words? Well, these are the descriptions our audience used in our 2016 visitors survey: beautiful, compact, cozy, friendly and multicultural.

“Le Guess Who? effectively transforms Utrecht into a weekend-long musical playground and encourages visitors to explore the city’s wider cultural landscape.” – The Culture Trip
Le Mini Who?

Le Mini Who?

Le Mini Who? presents the contemporary (Dutch) underground, in collaboration with independent local stores, shops and bars. It transforms Utrecht's city streets into a festival area, with more than fifty bands playing on minuscule improvised stages (it's like window shopping, but for bands). 

The Mega Record & CD Fair

The Mega Record & CD Fair

During Le Guess Who?, the biggest record fair in the world also takes place in Utrecht, internationally renowned for its incredibly comprehensive collection of vinyl and pop memorabilia.

“A huge shed in Holland is record collecting heaven.” - The Sunday Times
Le Bazarre

Le Bazarre

Le Bazarre is a renowned and travelling market inspired by quality vintage, second hand and indie craft, taking place on the Neude square, Saturday afternoon during Le Guess Who?. 

Le Feast

Le Feast

Le Feast invites you into a living room in Utrecht, welcoming festival goers to settle down amidst a small international group for a home cooked dish. Around twenty home-chefs in Utrecht will transform their living room into a cozy restaurant.