The GREAT ESCAPE – Brighton 18th-20th May 2017

Posted: February 9, 2017 in FESTIVALS, MUSIC
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The first fifty artists selected to play the festival for new music have been officially released and it is a positively sizzling gathering of talent. From post grunge quartet Goat Girl, to Icelandic hip-hop artist Sturla Atlas, post punk gang Cabbage and Swiss multi instrumentalist Sophie Hunger 2017 is going to be a great year for discovering new talent. The full list of artists announced to day is:

ABATTOIR BLUES / ALMA / ANNA STRAKER / BE CHARLOTTE / BRIAN DEADY / CABBAGE / CARYS SELVEY / CASI / CHERRY GLAZERR / CROOX / DRONES CLUB / EAT FAST / FIL BO RIVA / GOAT GIRL / GOLD CLASS / GOTHIC TROPIC / GURR / HANNAH GEORGAS / HUSKY LOOPS / IDER/ INDIGO HUSK / JACQUES / JAMES HERSEY / JAMESZOO / KLANGSTOF / L.A. SALAMI / LOWELL / MARTHAGUNN / MATT MAESON / MIDDLE KIDS / MILES FROM KINSHASA / MOSES / NILÜFER YANYA / PLAITUM / POTÉ / RAY BLK / SAINT PHNX / SARATHY KORWAR / SHAME / SHELLS / SHITKID / SIGRID / SKOTT / SLØTFACE / SOPHIE HUNGER / STURLA ATLAS / THE AGE OF L.U.N.A / THE MOONLANDINGZ / TIGERTOWN / YONAKA

Remember, it doesn’t stop here though, we will be revealing a further 400+ acts who are set to join the bill on the biggest and best festival for new music in all of Europe.

Tickets have now SOLD OUT for our gigs on Tuesday 22nd November with The Age of L.U.N.A, Ray BLK & Miles From Kinshasa and James Hersey, Plaitum & IDER as well as our Thursday 24th November gig with Drones Club, Cabbage, Moses and Saint PHNX.

Limited tickets remain for all other gigs and at only £5 per gig

 

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