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This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like

Including Gorillaz, The Vaccines and more.
Published: 10:07 pm, July 06, 2018 Photos: Frances Beach.

Belgian festival Rock Werchter is currently well underway, with a stellar list of names playing. Yesterday featured the likes of Gorillaz, The Vaccines, Queens of the Stone Age, Anne-Marie and At The Drive In. Check out the snaps here.

This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like
This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like
This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like
This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like
This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like
This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like
This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like
This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like
This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like
This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like
This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like
This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like
This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like
This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like
This is what Thursday at Rock Werchter looked like

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