The Orielles, Do Nothing, Connie Constance and Talk Show are just some of the bands set to play DIY’s very special Big Bank Holiday Weekender, taking place in London at the end of this month. Live music! Live music!
Yep, that’s right - now that lockdown restrictions are easing, we thought it only right that we gather up a slew of our favourite bands and get them back on a stage, in front of you guys, where they belong. So we’re doing just that when we team up with Marshall to take over Hackney’s Studio 9294 on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th May for a very special, socially-distanced live weekender.
Some of the other thirteen acts set to perform live(!) include FEET, Tiña, deep tan, Lynks, Grandmas House, Gallus, English Teacher and Fräulein, as well as our February 2021 cover stars Goat Girl, who’ll be headlining the Saturday night.
Want in? Of couuuurse you do! Tickets for each day are priced at £30 each and will go on sale this Friday (7th May) at 10am via DICE. Tickets will be sold in groups of three and six, so you’ve got a couple of days to buddy up and find a crew - each purchase will get you a table inside for band-watching and a table outside for (hopefully) sunny booze-drinking. And thanks to the ol’ social distancing, tickets are super limited - don’t miss out!
Check out full details below and grab your tickets on Friday right HERE.
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