Held at The Georgian Theatre and Green Room in Stockton, Songs From Northern Britain is a next-generation music festival that showcases the talent of both North East and Scotland- based bands.
And, with such a vast range of talent coming from these parts of Britain, it’s no surprise that a festival like this is set to be so successful.
The second ever Songs From Northern Britain is set to take place on Saturday 12th May, with the main headliners being Teesside favourites, Cape Cub.
Set across 3 stages: The Georgian Theatre stage, The Green Room and The Georgian Theatre bar, the all-day event is set to be incredibly popular, with the first installment prior to this being a near-sellout.
Joining Cape Cub and representing Teesside and the surrounding areas are fabulous acts including the recently announced Llovers, Para Alta, Bruto and Eve Conway, with acts from Scotland including The Ninth Wave, St.Martiins, Onr and The Dunts.
Set to be a twice-yearly event, the previous (and first) Songs From Northern Britain was held back in November and featured the likes of Avalanche Party, Plaza and The Van T’s, as well as Plastic, Ceiling Demons and Vistas.
Andy Carr of promoters, The Kids Are Solid Gold, said: “The first Songs From Northern Britain was a resounding success and once again the region’s discerning music lovers will be able to see some of the brightest new acts in an intimate setting”.
Once again, the event will be supported by BBC6 Music and BBC Scotland DJ Vic Galloway, who will be taking a leading role on the day.
Tickets, priced at £13.00 in advance, are available from georgiantheatre.co.uk where you can also find out more about the event.