Confirmed Shame and Blossoms to perform at London day party

Shame and Blossoms to perform at London day party

They’re heading up the line-up for the Goose Island Hop Party!

Just when you thought festival season was over and you had to resign yourself to not drinking 10 pints on a Saturday and getting a reasonable night’s sleep (who tf wants that?), Goose Island have announced details for this year’s Hop Party at Oval Space on Saturday 7th September.

With tickets on sale here this Friday (9th August), the day event will include a headline performance by Stockport indie lads Blossoms, alongside sets from Shame, Park Hotel, Hackney Colliery Band, and a DJ set from Mystery Jets.

There’ll also be all the best beer courtesy of The Goose Island Brewpub, tons of lush street food, and Rockaoke!

What more could you want, eh?

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