Festivals Squid, Priests, Crack Cloud & more to play DIY’s stage at The Great Escape 2019

Squid, Priests, Crack Cloud & more to play DIY’s stage at The Great Escape 2019

We’ll once again by taking over Horatio’s at the end of the pier.

This year, we’re once again heading to the seaside for the annual new music bonanza that is The Great Escape and lucky for you, dear readers, we’re bringing some of our favourite new acts with us, to play the DIY Stage.

Taking over proceedings at Horatio’s at the end of Brighton pier for another year, we’ll be playing host to the brilliantly bonkers Squid, Washington DC’s Priests and Canadian collective Crack Cloud.

We’ll be hosting shows every evening of the festival - which takes place from 9th to 11th May - which will also boast performances from EUT, Chappaqua Wrestling, Mush, FUR and These New South Whales. Yep!

Check out the full details of the DIY stage below.

Thursday 9th May

7:15pm Haze
8:15pm The New South Whales
9:15pm Walt Disco
10:15pm Lewsberg
11:15pm Crack Cloud

Friday 10th May

7:15pm Just Mustard
8:15pm Chappaqua Wrestling
9:15pm Squid
10:15pm The Jungle Giants
11:15pm FUR

Saturday 11th May

7:15pm Tess Parks
8:15pm EUT
9:15pm The Beths
10:15pm Priests
11:15pm Mush

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