Music at the CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa: parties in the paddock and at the foot of Raidillon

Music at the CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa: parties in the paddock and at the foot of Raidillon
  • Music an essential component of the famous CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa atmosphere
  • Robin Schulz and Henri PFR headline Saturday electro show, Mister Cover and Six No More play the paddock on Thursday and Friday
  • Access to concerts included as part of General Admission ticket

For motorsport fans, it's the biggest GT race in the world. But the CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa offers so much. It is a celebration, an event for the whole family – and a music festival. 

Since its creation in 1924, the 24 Hours has always provided off-track activities and entertainment for its spectators. The highly anticipated centenary edition (26–30 June) will of course maintain this tradition. Indeed, music lovers will be spoiled for choice thanks to three concerts that are planned this year. In addition to the traditional electro evening on Saturday, there will be performances on Thursday and Friday on a stage in the heart of the paddock.

Let's begin with the line-up for Saturday 29 June, which is once again exceptional. From 17:00 on Saturday evening until to 02:00 on Sunday morning, a succession of artists will take turns on the main stage at the foot of Raidillon.

They are led by international DJ Robin Schulz, who will perform at the CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa for the first time. Starting out as a DJ in 2004 at the age of 17, the German became number one in his homeland and has since progressed well beyond its borders. Producing hits such as “Sugar”, Schulz has accumulated more than 800 international awards, including 15 Diamond records and 326 Platinum records.

Nominated for the Grammys, he has also performed at the biggest festivals such as Tomorrowland and Parookaville. His latest album, Pink, has proven a huge success, making him a major addition to the line-up at Spa-Francorchamps.

Henri PFR is another significant international name. The Brussels-based artist is among the top 100 DJs in the world and has already performed several times as part of the CrowdStrike 24 Hours Spa. He returns for the centenary edition at the very top of his game. At the start of 2024, Henri PFR released a new hit, “Wanna Be Loved”, co-written with FDVM, and is ready to bring the Fan Zone to life.

The evening will feature other Belgian artists, starting with Versuz resident Peter Luts. The Hasselt club has been an institution for more than 20 years and, thanks to its favourite DJ, a little part of Limburg will relocate to the Ardennes on 29 June. Well-known on the Brussels music scene, Jérémie Charlier and MC Shurakano return to Spa-Francorchamps following a successful first appearance at the concert in 2022.

Making an earlier-than-usual start at 17:00 will ensure that new artists can also experience the unique atmosphere of the CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa. This will be the case for DJ Bardy, Monster Act, and Ice Kream, all of whom will perform with Raidillon in the background while the race is in full swing.

More than ever, the CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa is an event that extends over several days, from the parade on Wednesday 26 June through to the finish on Sunday 30 June. During this time, music will play an important role thanks to a stage in the paddock. On Thursday 27 and Friday 28 June, two well-known Belgian groups will run through covers from recent decades. Indeed, as the race marks its centenary, this will be a celebration of music history. 

On Thursday at 20:30, Mister Cover will take its audience on a journey through rock, soul, pop and French music from the 1950s to the present day. On Friday, the Liège group Six No More will provide the atmosphere in the heart of the paddock, with special focus on English and French pop.

Remember that access to the concerts is included with all General Admission tickets at no extra cost, allowing every fan to fully enjoy the musical entertainment on offer at the CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa.