SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2024
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The Enemy

The Enemy hav been bringing their gritty, passionate indie rock to the masses since storming onto the scene in 2007. With infectious anthems like ‘Away from Here’ and ‘We’ll Live and Die in These Towns’.

‘We’d say they’re possibly one of the most underrated bands of their time’ – Chris Cobain

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Ellur

Northern indie-pop artist Ellur writes self-detrimental love letters to herself in the form of danceable guitar anthems. Ellur’s music glows with youthful energy whilst she reflects on rejection, craving validation and independence.

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Good Cop Bad Cop

Words and music by Joe Carnall Jnr Production by Matt Helders.

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Hector Gannet

Indie-inspired folk artist Aaron Duff works under name Hector Gannet, both solo and with his band. Based in North Shields on Tyneside, Hector Gannet began to draw attention after Aaron wrote music to accompany vintage footage of his native north east and its heritage, as part of a live music project for the BFI.

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The Chase

With live shows that are theatrical and full of showmanship it’s no wonder that festival crowds around the country can’t get enough of Nottingham natives, The Chase. We’ve seen these guys in Stockton a few times before but this time it’s their biggest yet taking to the main stage at this year’s festival!

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Cortney Dixon

Cortney Dixon‘s sound draws influences from the likes of PJ Harvey, HAIM and Blondie. It’s alt-pop powered by her love of indie-rock. Big organic beats and distorted guitars showcase her distinctive vocals, with a heady mix of stories about love, angst and growing up in a working-class Northern town.

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Gone Tomorrow

An exciting young band from North East England, Gone Tomorrow are going from strength to strength with their raw alternate rock sound and heart-on-sleeve lyrics. With an infectious energy, a thunderous rhythm section and soaring melodic lines, the band are a true force when playing live.

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Line-ups are subject to change.

ARC

ARC is a charity that uses arts and cultural activity to support our local community.

We have events and activities going on all year round for everyone. These include live performances, film screenings, workshops and classes. We are particularly keen that people who might feel that the arts isn’t for them are able to take part.

Our work brings people together so we can all better understand and enjoy the world and experience new ideas.

Visit the ARC website

Access information

ARC’s building is fully wheelchair accessible. There is level flooring throughout the building. A lift is available. There are accessible toilets on every floor. ARC 1 is located on the first floor of the building.

Find out more about access at the festival.

SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2024


Ages 14 and 15 must be accompanied by an adult. No under 14’s.

Companion tickets are available via the DICE app

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