50 live local acts across seven stages are showcased at the new Branch Out Festival held on Sunday 28th October from 3pm, in various venues in Nottingham.
Line-upOver 50 handpicked artists from folk to soul, grunge to hip hop (all of which are causing a buzz in their own right) will play across 7 stages on the 28th including:
Antenna: Ady Suleiman, Gallery 47, Georgie Rose, Harleighblu, In The Room, Joe Buhdha(DJ), Lee Gillion (DJ) Nina Smith, Saint Raymond.
Broadway: Yunioshi, Hhymn, Adam Peter Smith, Ali Bonsai, Boy Child, Elias Diamantis, Frankie Rudolf, Frazer Lowrie, Hannah Heartshape, Joe Danks, LeftLion (DJs), Louis Scott, Marc Reeves, Nick Jonah Davis, Ryan Thomas.
Rock City Basement: Captain Dangerous, Practical Lovers, Breadchasers, The Barnum Meserve, Parks, The Smears, Hallouminati, Stiff Kittens.
Nottingham Contemporary: Blackout with acts TBA.
Malt Cross: Angels in The Architecture, Cecille Grey,Chris McDonald, Delta Sun, Hemulen Soundz (DJs), Injured Birds, We Are Avengers, Will Jeffery.
Stealth (downstairs): Boots Booklovers, Drowned in Sound (DJs), Fresh Eyes for the Dead Guy, Grey Hairs, I am Lono, Kagoule, Kappa Gamma, Metaphi (Laptop Set), The Music Exchange (DJs), Pilgrim Fathers, Sleaford Mods, Tricolour Sun (Swimming).
Stealth (upstairs): Hosted by Tempz and The Elementz. MC's include Wariko, Too Tone, Fif Nova, Jah Digga, Juganaut, Vandal Savage, Karizma, Delo, D-Flows, Cappo and many more.
With more acts to be announced.
More infoThe event is being organised by a partnership of city promoters, labels and managers, including Denizen Recordings, Farmyard Records, Hello Thor, DHP Concerts, Nusic, I'm Not From London, Confetti, LeftLion, CRS, One Nottingham and Nottingham City Council.
Branch Out will be the largest gathering of local acs ever seen and marks the city's commitment to the new music scene and emerging artists. More than 50 gigs will take place at seven themed stages at live music venues across Nottingham, to bring music fans the hottest new talent, from soul to grunge and folk to rap. Four of the venues - Rock City, Rescue Rooms, Bodega and Stealth - are operated by national promoters DHP Concerts.
The music festival is part of the month-long Festival of Nottingham to bring together the best of the city's arts, music and gaming talent and celebrate all the city has to offer. Workshops and open air performances will take place throughout the week leading up to the festival, with pop-up gigs on Saturday 27th October prior to the free Branch Out event on Sunday 28th October.
More infoFor more information, see the Branch Out website.
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last updated: Thu 18th Oct 2012