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Kralingen Music Festival

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Kralingen Music Festival
(Stamping Ground)
Kralingen1970.jpg
Genre Rock, pop.
Dates 26-28 June 1970
Location(s) Rotterdam
Years active 1970
Attendance 100,000
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The Kralingen Music Festival was a pop and rock music festival held in the Kralingse Bos, in the Kralingen neighbourhood of Rotterdam, on 26-28 June 1970.[1]

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History

Performing bands included The Byrds, T. Rex, Santana, Jefferson Airplane, and the headlining Pink Floyd. Approximately 100.000 attended. Festival posters show that the festival was billed in Dutch as 'Pop Paradijs' and 'Holland Pop Festival 70', and that the main investor was Coca-Cola.[2] In both English and Dutch, the festival is also known by the English name Stamping Ground, and is often billed as the European answer to Woodstock.[1][3][4] It took place approximately one year after Woodstock, and two months before the third 1970 Isle of Wight Festival (the first two being held in 1968 and 1969).

The Festival became an influential event, as it turned out to be the actual beginning of the Dutch tolerance policy towards marijuana. The many present undercover cops did not arrest any of the users or small traders: it became clear that there were just too many, and all of them peaceful.

In 1971, a documentary about the festival appeared, titled Stamping Ground, created by George Sluizer. The film was made for an international audience and is also known under the titles Love and Music, and in Germany Rock Fieber. Also, several books and exhibitions have been dedicated to the event. A triple lp-boxset was released in 2010.

Since 21 September 2013, a memorial has been placed in the Kralingse Bos area, to commemorate the first multi-day open air popfestival on the European continent.

Acts on the main stage


Other performances

Several Dutch bands (including Ekseption, Focus and the Oscar Benton Blues Band) also performed, on a smaller stage in the vicinity.

Audio, video & publications

  • [1-DVD + 2-CD] The Dutch Woodstock. Gonzo, 2013.[5][6]
  • [3 LP records (bootleg)] Kralingen (NL, 1971)
  • [3 LP records (bootleg)] Stamping Ground. Kralinger (sic) Music Festival (26-27-28 June 1970, Rotterdam, Holland). Akarma Deluxe AD 535 (different setlist).
  • [Video] Stamping ground. Holland festival of music, prod. by Wolf Schmidt, Sam Waynberg; dir. by Jason Pohland. Den Haag, Concorde Video, 1986. Original ed.: Cine 3-planet Film, 1970 (ca. 100 min.)
  • (in Dutch) Peter Sijnke & Marcel Koopman: Kralingen. Holland Pop Festival 1970. Haarlem, Uitgeverij In de Knipscheer, 2013. ISBN 978-90-6265-813-8 With audio-CD
  • (in Dutch) Peter Sijnke, Marcel Koopman & John Blaak: Holland Pop Festival 1970. Drie legendarische dagen in Kralingen. Rotterdam, Donker, 2010. ISBN 978-90-6100-641-1
  • (in Dutch) Theo Knippenberg & Patty Knippenberg: Kralingen '70, 'n grote blijde bende. Utrecht, Knippenberg, 1971. No ISBN

See also

References

External links

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