Pale Waves, Sports Team, Marika Hackman, Self Esteem & more to play our DIYsolation Festival

DIYsolation Pale Waves, Sports Team, Marika Hackman, Self Esteem & more to play our DIYsolation Festival!

An Easter bank holiday knees up, live from your living room.

Taking place over this bank holiday weekend, we’re bringing you the first ever DIYsolation Festival, streamed directly to your sofa from 2pm-10pm on the 10th-12th April!

Handing the keys to our Instagram over to some of our faves, we’ve got Pale Waves, Sports Team, Marika Hackman, Self Esteem, and more playing some exclusive live sets from their isolation stations, alongside Peace doing a quiz, Anna from Metronomy doing a DJ set, and Creeper reading us some spooky bedtime stories to close the weekend out.

With other acts including Walt Disco, Cavetown, The Districts, Peach Pit, Master Peace, Porridge Radio, Happyness, Whenyoung, Willie J Healey, Black Honey, there’ll be loads more getting in on the fun too.

Not only that, but we’re also teaming up with Help Musicians to raise some money to support the music industry during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. They’ve had more than 15,000 support requests from artists so far during the crisis, so there’s no better time to help out and give as generously as you can. You can donate via the link here: helpmusicians.org.uk/DIYsolation

Kicking off at 2pm on Friday 10th April and running on through til Easter Sunday, make sure to follow our Instagram and join us for an Easter Bank Holiday knees up!

See the full day line-ups below and RSVP on DICE here.

Pale Waves, Sports Team, Marika Hackman, Self Esteem & more to play our DIYsolation Festival
Pale Waves, Sports Team, Marika Hackman, Self Esteem & more to play our DIYsolation Festival
Pale Waves, Sports Team, Marika Hackman, Self Esteem & more to play our DIYsolation Festival
Pale Waves, Sports Team, Marika Hackman, Self Esteem & more to play our DIYsolation Festival

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