Luxembourg's RootsTown Festival is back at the Kulturfabrik in Esch on 15 September.

The RootsTown project is a music and art festival, which combines the topics of urbanism and environment with Hip Hop and Reggae Music.

This year's edition will take place again at the Kulturfabrik on Saturday, 15 September 2018. Doors open at 3pm.

On the menu : Workshops, performances by international and locals bands, art-exhibitions and live installations, DJ and selector sessions, dance shows, a conference, and of course food.



  • Beat-making with Axwai
  • Make-up & Hair activities
  • Henna Tattoo
  • Housing for all - co-creation workshop by ArtSquareLab
  • Disco-Soup 
  • Fantastic Food by Frères des Hommes
  • Escher Geméisguart Stand & Workshop
  • Reggae Dancehall by Norah
  • Hip Hop with Sportunity

And more

Upcycling Market: a selection of local artists and creators will be exhibiting and selling their works at our very first Upcycling Creator’s Market, which will be located inside the gallery.

A casual conference open to everyone, which will address issues related to sustainable life-style.

Catering available throughout the afternoon and evening, until the concerts have ended.

For more information check out the Festival's FB page:

TICKETS: 25€ presale // 30€ box office

About RootsTown

RootsTown was initiated in 2017 by two non-profits active on Luxembourg's music scene De Läbbel, spearheaded by David Galassi and Itinerantes, founded by Gustavo Morales.

© Gustavo Morales

The first edition of this Festival took place on 16 September 2017, at the Cultural Center Kulturfabrik of Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg) - a storied location at the heart of the Greater Region and a breeding ground for transborder cultural, artistic and professional exchanges. Thanks to its history and its proximity to the urban center of Esch-sur-Alzette, the cultural center Kulturfabrik is an ideal place to promote the ideas of RootsTown, while respecting the Environmental charter promoted by the association.

David Galassi at Rootstown Festival 2017 / © David Galassi