Dials Festival to return to Portsmouth on 6th October, supporting Solent Mind

featuring Tigercub, Estrons, Penelope Isles, Art School Girlfriend, Fake Empire, & more

published: Fri 29th Jun 2018

Tigercub

Saturday 6th October 2018
various venues, Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO5 2QJ, England MAP
£16
last updated: Fri 5th Oct 2018

After a year off, Dials Festival will return to Various Venues in Portsmouth on Saturday 6th October 2018.

The festival will be working with its official charity partner Solent Mind (Charity Registered No: 1081116), who provide support to those with mental health difficulties in the Solent area.

Headlining the bill are alternative rockers Tigercub (pictured above), who have recently released a new song "Faking Laughter".

Also announced for the festival are:- Estrons, Penelope Isles, Art School Girlfriend, Salt Ashes, Fake Empire, Melt Dunes, Jerry Williams, Barbudo, Hotel Lux, Attack the Fire, Bella Spinks, Bokito, Breathe Panel, Curxes, Highlights Of Our Modern World, Horseflies, Lauran Hibberd, LibraLibra, Lice, Los Bitchos, Margot, Mystic Peach, Omar Baba, Sad Palace, Sleep Eaters, Temples of Youth, Thyla, Ugly, Vinyl Staircase, and Violet Mud.

Festival director Robin Seamer commented on the returning event:

"Dials is all about showcasing great new music, providing a platform for both national touring acts as well as local artists, giving a great day out for music fans, whilst supporting the charity Solent Mind. Mental Health has been discussed far more openly over the last few years and the Dials team think it's important that we do what we can to help raise awareness and funds for the valuable work the charity does."

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Tickets are priced at £16, with some early-birds at £12.



Saturday 6th October 2018
various venues, Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO5 2QJ, England MAP
£16
last updated: Fri 5th Oct 2018


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