‘New Music Festival’ coming to Brighton – 12 artists, 2 stages, no clashes!

Posted On 13 Dec 2019 at 4:26 pm

‘Hidden Herd Festival 2020’ will be taking place in Brighton at Patterns

Concert promoters Hidden Herd have announced details of their exciting ‘Hidden Herd Festival 2020’. Once again, it will take place at Brighton’s Patterns on Saturday 21st March, with doors opening at 12:30pm and curfew at 10pm.

This massive one-day new music event will feature no less than 12 acts across two stages and there will be no clashes! So you get to see all dozen of them should you wish!

Hidden Herd is a Brighton/London-based new music website and promotions company dedicated to putting a spotlight on the next wave of artists. It has been an online new music magazine since 2015, which has a strong reputation as curators of exciting new music and a snowballing following on the south coast, Hidden Herd are certainly in the know when it comes to finding decent up-and-coming acts.

(Top left to bottom right): Flyte, Girlhood, Low Island, and Geowulf (click on pics to enlarge!)

Some of the UK’s hottest new bands will be playing live at the festival. The lineup features: Flyte, Girlhood, Low Island, Geowulf, bdrmm, Kate Lomas, PROJECTOR, MULIMBA, Circe, deep tan, ARXX, and Comforts.

(Top left to bottom right): bdrmm, Kate Lomas, PROJECTOR, and MULIMBA (click on pics to enlarge!)

The schedule for the day is:
Comforts – 13:00-13:30 second stage (upstairs)
ARXX – 13:45-14:15 main stage (downstairs)
deep tan – 14:30-15:00 second stage (upstairs)
Circe – 15:15-15:45 main stage (downstairs)
MULIMBA – 16:00-16:30 second stage (upstairs)
PROJECTOR – 16:45-17:15 main stage (downstairs)
Kate Lomas – 17:30-18:00 second stage (upstairs)
bdrmm – 18:15-18:45 main stage (downstairs)
Geowulf – 19:00-19:30 second stage (upstairs)
Low Island – 19:45-20:15 main stage (downstairs)
Girlhood – 20:30-21:00 second stage (upstairs)
Flyte – 21:15-22:00 main stage (downstairs)

(Top left to bottom right): Circe, deep tan, ARXX, and Comforts (click on pics to enlarge!)

The Brighton & Hove News Music Team covered the ‘Hidden Herd Festival 2019’. Find out what happened by clicking HERE.

Purchase your tickets for ‘Hidden Herd Festival 2020’ HERE.

Festival flyer

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