Student bands and artists set to takeover Northampton Music Festival

News Page 13th June 2018

Unearth the next big music sensation at this year’s Northampton Music Festival.

Festival goers will be able to say “I was there when…” as the best and brightest musical talent the University of Northampton has to offer take to the stage.

A line-up of student bands and artists from the University will be performing at the Platform Club on George Row, Northampton from 12pm on Sunday 16 June.

Northampton Music Festival, now in its 11th year, is organised by Northampton Music 365 – a not for profit, community group, in partnership with a range of local organisations.

The festival will see 500 musicians put on 50 performances across five stages in the town.

Nicole Drury, stage manager at the festival, said: “We are so excited to help shine a light on the amazing musical talent that is coming out of the University at the moment. This will mark the first official live performances at the Platform, it’s a great venue for bands and artists and the atmosphere should be electric. We would really appreciate if people came down to show support for Northampton’s local music scene.”

See below for the full line-up:

12:00(pm) –    Loren French

12:30 –    Lil Ru

1:00   –    George Carson

1:30   –    Shannon Rowlands

2:00   –    Jack Hill

2:30   –    The Orchards

3:30   –    Time of Day – NMPAT

4:00   –    Check the Suggestions – NMPAT

4:30   –    Lunaxis

5:15   –    The Other Band

6:00   –    Stage Close

Visit the festival website for the latest updates.

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