Do you already know Feelgood Market?

You can come (with your father) to the FeelGood Market on Sunday 17 June. It is outside on the Ketelhuisplein in Strijp-S, Eindhoven. For this ‘Father’s Day’ Edition they have: real man food, good men’s music and beautiful men’s jewelery.

Of course, there are plenty of beautiful, durable and special products for the women, usually offered by the maker themselves. You can treat yourself, your lover and especially your father to all kinds of hearty, wild and exotic snacks from all corners of the world. There is relaxation terrace with good live music. You can have a massage or a coaching conversation.

Children can have fun with all kinds of craft and do activities such as mega blowing bubbles. And there is also children’s massage this time.

 

Date: Sunday 17th June 2018

Where: Ketelhuisplein, Strijp-S, Eindhoven

When: 12:00 – 18:00

Price: Free!

Getting there: Ketelhuisplein is right next to train station ‘Strijp S’ and bus lines.
Parking: plenty of space in the nearby parking garages Or better yet; Come by bike or walking!

Parking: plenty of space in the nearby parking garages Or better yet; Come by bike or walking!

Workshops and entertainment

Rebalancing, Thai Massage, Children’s Massage, Chair Massage, Coaching, Free Children’s Craft Square, Henna Art, Tai Chi, Nutrition Advice, Dog Listener, Tastings, Demonstrations, Face Painting, Bamboo Building, Guitar Lesson, Bouncy Castle

Live Music

Daniel Kemish is an ‘Americana / Folk Singer’, born in England, whose voice goes right to the core. In 2015, Daniel traveled to Nashville and recorded his debut album at Ocean Way Studios. Last year Daniel spent a month alone in a mountain refuge, to compose his second album in isolation. No electricity / running water or telephones and only a wood stove for heating / cooking and melting snow. Daniel came back with a new sound and a new style that shows that he has grown up as both a songwriter and a performer.

 

A Million Shoes consists of three very enthusiastic musicians: Cees, Jack and Joseph. They have a large repertoire of original covers which they have transformed into a swing version. Result: a familiar sound in a new jacket. A Million Shoes plays with authentic instruments: double bass, upright piano, guitar, accordion and drums. And not unimportant: They are known for making atmosphere!

 

And our resident DJ NickLeBeat will be spinning pure vinyl grooves: reggae, vintage soul & funk.

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