Luna Festival: Fly me to the moon

Zaterdag 17 maart, 14:00 - 00:00
Prijs: Gratis (Student) Gratis (Anderen)

We’re over the moon: a day and night full of music, dance lectures and workshops. An exciting discovery of the various cultural treasures Luna has to offer.

On Saturday March 17, the doors of the Luna building on the TU/e campus will open for the first edition of the Luna Festival. On this day, the Scala associations and Studium Generale will join forces to introduce you to the diversity of culture and arts on the campus.

The festival will start at 14:00 with a parallel program in several spaces in Luna. There will be a wide variety during the day: you can watch dance, music and theatre performances, try out new cultural activities by participating in workshops, play games, have a drink and a bite, and much more.

If you would like to help out at the festival, we are looking for volunteers, so let us know!

In case you have any questions regarding the Luna Festival, you can contact lunafestival@studentencultuur.nl.

Stay tuned for updates, see you there!


Tin Men and the Telephone

Location: Corona
15.00 – 16.00

Many concerts pretend to be ‘interactive’, but this band really put their money where their mouth is. The trio Tin Men and the Telephone is the ‘Endboss of all bosses’ in the world of interactive concerts.

Simply download their app and you’re able control what’s happening on stage. Through voices of for example TomTom or football commentators you’ll be able to influence the musical trip full of jazz, hip-hop, Balkan and classic.

Three musicians, raised with the sounds of (modern) classical music, hip-hop, Balkan and contemporary jazz, deliver jazz in a new form. Challenging, tempting, funny, evil, but always with great musical depth and strong rhythms.

In the performance of Tin Men & the Telephone, everyday life events provide the source for musical, theatrical and visual inspiration. Elements normally unnoticed are being picked up and transformed: call center calls, TomTom directions, yelling football commenters, street sounds, and even animal sounds.

Musical genius and bandleader Tony Roe presents a new show, Tinmendo, and a new line up. Tinmendo is the live stage remote, an app for iPhone or Android, with which the audience can influence everything that’s happening on stage.

‘It is rarely seen and heard that good humor and exciting music are combined so successfully.’ (Vrij Nederland).