Ocean Colour Scene & loads more for Middlesbrough Music Live

and it's all FREE!!

published: Wed 17th May 2006

Sunday 18th June 2006
Middlesbrough town centre, Cleveland, England MAP
FREE
last updated: Wed 17th May 2006

Middlesbrough Music Live festival - which is FREE!! - takes place on Sunday 18th June, with loads of great bands and more.

The 96.6TFM Main Stage has headliners Ocean Colour Scene, as well as Morning Runner, The Fratellis, Paolo Nutini, Little Man Tate, The Modern, The On Offs, Lorraine, and This Is Seb Clarke.

Middlesbrough Town Hall will have Californian punk-rappers Zebrahead joined by Skindred, Sound Explosion, Brigade, Dartz!, The Blackout, Enter Shikari, and Chairmen of the Bored.

The Empire has Hope Of The States, Jim Noir, Larrikin Love, The Upper Room, Sunshine Underground, Soho Dolls, Mr Hudson And The Library, and Broken Dolls.

A new stage in Middlesbrough’s Basement venue will play host to Bromhead’s Jacket, Howling Bells, Vincent Vincent And The Villains, The Noisettes, Reverend And The Makers, Metro Riots, Exist, We Start Fires, The Sugars, and The Oxfam Glamour Models.

This year’s festival will see several new additions. For the first time ever, there’ll be a dedicated stage for acoustic acts, as well as a brand new stand-up comedy stage that will run throughout the day.

The festival – one of the biggest free festivals in the UK – combines international names with cutting-edge artists, alongside local talent. Organisers are expecting that the line-up will eventually swell to include around 100 bands.

For up-to-the-minute confirmations, check www.middlesbroughmusiclive.co.uk.

Sunday 18th June 2006
Middlesbrough town centre, Cleveland, England MAP
FREE
last updated: Wed 17th May 2006


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