- By andrew
Lots of news for you with just over a week to go – hope you’re as excited as we are! First up, we’ve just released our programme – have a look here!
Super game designer VJ Yourself has excelled himself in putting together this rather neat game for us. Go on, see how many hipsters you can squash! And maybe win some tickets, if you haven’t got yours already…Play now!
We’re finally ready to announce the lineup for the Travelling Stage! Yes, 40 versions of your new favourite band, right here.
More and more highlights! Check them out here:
Brunel Museum (ROTHERHITHE)
From 6.30pm – 9.30pm Brunel’s unique Victorian brick shaft will host a series of acoustic performances from a hand-picked lineup of musicians including Woodpecker Wooliams and HK119. Illustrators Amelie Hegardt, Laurence Owen, Somang Lee, Helena Lyons and Sahar Ghanbari will be adding a visual dimension with animations, colours and shapes to create what will be a spectacular multi-sensory experience within this underground space.
Dalston Eastern Curve Garden
Sound Tracks returns to this hidden green getaway to provide an oasis of music, food and drink. Catch amazing intimate sets from the likes of We are Willow, Dulwich Ukulele Club and Theo Bard. Bring your kids to get stuck into a workshop on the sounds of the city, Future Makers‘ fascinating ‘Eye Live Here’
This landmark Georgian building has a secluded walled herb garden at the rear that will play host to one of Sam Zealey’s entrancing sculptures, accompanied by Royal College of Music’s Arbellio Quartet performing modern masterpieces from Debussy and Arvo Part.
Dalston Oxfam Shop
Fashion and music come together to enliven your charity shopping experience: Our guest stylist Stevie Westgarth will be transforming this cult shop using treasures dug up from its plenteous stores while acts like Dooks provide the tunes.
Sound Tracks’ After Party is hosted by wormfood + anomalous visuals. 2 of London’s most brilliant underground organisations will bring you a night of spectacular music, visuals and installations to end the festival with some bumps for eyes and ears.