Loop 2008

Loop 2008

Saturday 16th August 2008
Victoria Gardens, Brighton, East Sussex, England MAP
Tickets £25
Last updated: Wed 6th Aug 2008

Loop is a one-day music and digital art festival spread across four specially created performance areas in the heart of Brighton.

After the success of the inaugural one-day event in 2007, Loop 2008 returns to Victoria Gardens in central Brighton. The seaside city will again host a choice selection of top bands and stellar DJs alongside an abundance of cutting edge digital art and culture.

Big name live acts like Errors, Cagedbaby, Cut Copy, Filthy Dukes, Micachu, Four Tet, Adem, Primary 1, The Shoes, Midfield General, New Young Pony Club, Holy Fuck, Caribou, The Nostalgia 77 Octet, Peggy Sue And The Pirates, Fulborn Teversham, and Planning To Rock are confirmed. For the line-up details as available please click here. They are billed alongside experimental leftfield acts, all complemented by innovative art with VJs, films and animation.

Tickets are priced at £25, to buy tickets click here.

After the site closes down in the day, the event morphs into LoopLate which has DJs and live performance around Brighton until the early hours.

Loop festival will be spread across four areas: the Hub and Futures tents in the main arena will play host to the most prominent acts, while Limits will provide an internal space for the more leftfield and experimental artists. Finally, artists known primarily for their electronic work will be displaying their mellower, even acoustic side in the intimate Loop Garden.

The programme will also include other aspects of digital culture, including animation, film, dance, theatre and installations, as well as VJ performances throughout the day.

Loop is keen to support new and local talent, submissions are invited. Email info@loopbrighton.com for details.
More information will be here when available.

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