On Friday evening 27 and Saturday evening 28 October from 20:00 to 01:00 IIImagine will come to the Atrium Den Haag, a multidisciplinary show in which new electronic music, visuals and light will be produced especially for the Atrium of the City Hall in The Hague.

Creation by iii
Their IIImagine Atelier is preparing to transport you into an avant-garde realm where our electronic music and visuals intertwine. At the Atrium, their inspiration comes from the striking modernist architecture itself: a blank canvas for surreal interpretations, while the sleek lines inspire precise rhythms.
Their headliner III will perform live from a laboratory on stage with synths, drum machines and vocal instruments, while directing the visuals and lights. Other music artists who will join us to be announced.
IIImagine takes inspiration from architect Richard Meier’s attraction for the transformative power of light throughout the day. Using lighting and visuals, they create a dynamic atmosphere, enhancing the architectural space with a multidisciplinary show. Think of an audiovisual show, capturing the essence of the city hall’s dedication to artistic expression, its vibrant spirit and the diversity of the community.

IIImagine loves the old French touch days with disco & rock sounds from the ‘70s or ’80s: powerful, a good amount of distortion, yet in a nowadays context with firm kicks, sticking to a four to the floor pattern, and experimenting with darker sounds on the synthesizer front.

Practical info
*Show dates: Friday 27 October and/or Saturday 28 October 2023
*Ticket sale starts on 6 August at 10AM via de website of IIImagine
*Ticket price: 41 euro + 2 euro service fee (Sold Out)
*If available, only for sale via ticketswap.nl.
*Timings: 20:00 – 01:00
*Minimum age: 18+

A reflection of the moment in art & sound.
IImagine aims to establish a connection with the location that can only be experienced at that specific moment, in that particular place.
All previous shows have been sold out. Past shows include Het Scheepvaartmuseum in Amsterdam, Antwerp Central Station, the Royal Museum of Fine Arts and Zaha Hadid’s Port House if Antwerpen, Belgium, the Royal Aviation Hall in Brussels, Belgium and Santiago Calatrava’s Liege Railway Station, Belgium.