Black Honey, Snapped Ankles, and Billie Marten lead the latest acts announced for multi-city, city-centre multi-venue Dot-To-Dot Festival, which takes place with the same acts on consecutive single-days at various venues in Bristol, and Nottingham, on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th September 2021 respectively.
Also announced are Sorry, Finn Foxell, Deco, Mathilda Homer, Spinn, Wu-Lu, BEKA, L'objectif, The Cool Greenhouse, Frankie Beetlestone, Alex Amor, Blondes, Pixey, The Clockworks, Wunderhorse, Chappaqua Wrestling, EFÉ', Beaux, Pinty, Deep Tan, Smoothboi Ezra, Chartreuse, Breathe Panel, Mimi Bay, Eaves Wilder, Kay Young, Anorak Patch, Regressive Left, Reflekter, Luke Royalty, CJ Pandit, Joe & The Shitboys, Alfie Sharp, Eve Owen, Allman Brown, Jerub, Weird Milk, and Vaughan with many more to be announced.
They join the previously announced Sports Team, Palace, Girl Band, Do Nothing, Sam Wise, Steam Down, Oscar Lang, Chubby & The Gang, Yard Act, Aaron Smith, Low Island, S-X, Kofi Stone, Drug Store Romeos, Moa Moa, Liines, Molly Payton, Walt Disco, Tinyumbrellas, Sad Boys Club, Joey Maxwell, Junodream, Lizzie Reid, Ellysse Mason, Folly Group, Grandmas House, Tayo Sound, and Wych Elm.
Tickets give access to the entire bill across all the venues in each respective city, and are only still available for Nottingham priced at £30.
Note: over-14s only, and some venues will be 18+ only.
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