Ever since they released single 'Houseplants', Squid have been one of the biggest up and coming post-punk band playing in the UK right now. Known for energetic and unforgettable live shows, get down and see them!
Jagerhaus Stage - Friday @ 16:30pm
Lady Bird have been making a name for themselves across the punk music scene. Having played a spectacle of a live show on the Jagerhaus stage last year, they are definitely not a band to miss out on. Hard hitting guitar riffs, pounding drum beats and a song about Wetherspoons', what is not to like?
Jagerhaus Stage - Friday @ 18:30
After the incredible reviews 'I'm Not Your Man' got and the fact album 3 has just been announced, this is the perfect time to go and see Marika Hackman live. You can reminisce over her last release whilst getting to know some of her new songs, which of course are going to be as incredible as the last.
North Stage - Saturday @ 15:00
Having influences from 60's/70's instrumental Cumbia music from Peru is not something I have ever heard a band acknowledge in the past. But Los Bitchos fuel tequila driven Cumbria and produce a live show full of trippy psychedelic sounds and choreographed dance routines. This is definitely an experience you should have at least once, but after you see them for the first time you will keep wanting to go back!
Jagerhaus Stage - Sunday @ 14:00
Westerman's experimental-pop sounds has led to him supporting Nilufer Yanya on her debut album tour. His elegant and graceful pop melodies mixed with electronic elements sounds and introspective lyrics make for something truly remarkable.
Jagerhaus - Sunday @ 17:30
With two incredible album releases, Julien Baker has proved herself to be one of the best singer-songwriters of the current time. The levels of emotion in her music is simply breathtaking and her live show really shows that off perfectly. Her delicate and intricate indie-rock is soothing and 100% worth the ticket price alone.
North Stage - Sunday @ 16:00