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Here's photos of Nick Cave, David Byrne and Nine Inch Nails at Rock Werchter 2018

They played the Belgian festival 'the other weekend'.
Published: 8:00 am, July 18, 2018 Photos: Frances Beach.

Look, Dear Reader. We've got a lot on. Occasionally, we need to play catch up. That's why we're bringing you these snaps from the final day of Rock Werchter a little later than usual. 

In the interests of keeping everything neat, we've grouped together some of the more statesman like elements of the line up, with these snaps of Nick Cave, David Byrne and Nine Inch Nails. Check 'em out now.

Here's photos of Nick Cave, David Byrne and Nine Inch Nails at Rock Werchter 2018
Here's photos of Nick Cave, David Byrne and Nine Inch Nails at Rock Werchter 2018
Here's photos of Nick Cave, David Byrne and Nine Inch Nails at Rock Werchter 2018
Here's photos of Nick Cave, David Byrne and Nine Inch Nails at Rock Werchter 2018
Here's photos of Nick Cave, David Byrne and Nine Inch Nails at Rock Werchter 2018
Here's photos of Nick Cave, David Byrne and Nine Inch Nails at Rock Werchter 2018
Here's photos of Nick Cave, David Byrne and Nine Inch Nails at Rock Werchter 2018
Here's photos of Nick Cave, David Byrne and Nine Inch Nails at Rock Werchter 2018
Here's photos of Nick Cave, David Byrne and Nine Inch Nails at Rock Werchter 2018
Here's photos of Nick Cave, David Byrne and Nine Inch Nails at Rock Werchter 2018
Here's photos of Nick Cave, David Byrne and Nine Inch Nails at Rock Werchter 2018
Here's photos of Nick Cave, David Byrne and Nine Inch Nails at Rock Werchter 2018

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