The Great Escape is showcasing hundreds of up-and-coming artists from all over the world in Brighton this month.
The event, which takes place across 35 walkable venues, runs from Thursday to Saturday, May 18-20.
Artists include: Abra Cadabra, Smerz, Slaves, The Magic Gang, Stefflon Don, Marika Hackman and the Brighton-born blues musician Rag’n’Bone Man.
Rag’n’Bone Man heads the first Spotlight Show at the Dome Concert Hall on Saturday, May 20 (7.30pm).
Other musicians include: LA’s Mystic Braves, Philadelphia four-piece The Districts, Danish electro-pop trio Chinah and 19-year-old South Londoner Raye.
Raye said: “The Great Escape is such an important festival supporting new music. I’m so grateful that they give unknown artists a platform to play music to people with open ears. I played a couple of years ago and now I’m back – what an honour that is.”
To see the full line-up visit www.greatescapefestival.com.
For tickets call 0333 321 9990. For group bookings (20 or more people) please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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