André Hazes will give the Back To Live concert in the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam on 7 March.
ID&T and MOJO also announce that Maan and Bilal Wahib, among others, will perform during the pop festival on the Lowlands grounds in the following week.
The test events, designed to explore how to safely organize concerts and festivals during the corona crisis, were recently announced.
Interested parties could already register, but the line-up had not yet been announced.
Hazes will provide the pop concert on March 7.
The day before, the Back To Live Dance Event will take place in Ziggo Dome, where Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Sam Feldt, Lucas & Steve and Lady Bee will perform.
A week later, on March 13, the Back To Live Dance Festival takes place in Biddinghuizen.
Joris Voorn and Colin Benders can be seen there.
The pop concert will follow on Sunday 14 March where, in addition to Maan and Wahib, Chef'Special, De Staat, Jett Rebel, Donnie and Froukje will also perform.
180,000 registrations, but 5,600 cards are available
As with the previously announced events, visitors must show a negative result of a corona test.
Their temperature is recorded at the door and rapid tests are taken at random.
Every festival-goer is given a tag on a lanyard, with which the contact moments with other visitors and the contact duration are registered.
At the two events in Ziggo Dome, 1,300 visitors are expected, who will be divided into five 'bubbles' of 250 people and a group of 50 people.
At the event site of Walibi Holland, a total of fifteen hundred visitors per festival are received, who are divided into three groups of five hundred people.
In total, there is room for 5,600 visitors.
That is a lot less than the 180,000 people who have already indicated that they are interested in one of the events.
Ticket sales start on Thursday at 12 noon.