SATURDAY 16th APRIL 2022
You can buy tickets from the following venues:

NE Volume Music Bar

A welcome addition to the musical map in Stockton-on-Tees, NE Volume Music Bar, situated on Yarm Lane hosts live music to suit all tastes. Ranging from original ska bands to metal and more, we have all bases covered.

Visit NE Volume Music Bar’s website.

Access information

Ground floor building. Level access throughout. Wheelchair ramp available if required.

Find out more about access at the festival.

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Venus Grrrls

Venus Grrrls are an all-girl alternative-rock band from Leeds promoting the participation, acknowledgment, and respect of women in the music industry. 

Motherland

Motherland are a five piece alt-rock band from the North East of England. Combining a range of sounds and styles — Motherland are unapologetically loud and bring a breath of fresh air to the alt-rock, indie scene.

Finn Forster

Described as the love child of Paolo Nutini & Caleb Followil, Finn has a harnessed an unparalleled ability for songwriting and performing through passion and pure work ethic which started age of 12 playing Irish Folk music in his multigenerational family band “The Shea Family” before venturing out as a solo artist.

Callum Spencer

Callum Spencer’s soulful writing is an emotional hand grenade. With one foot in the balladeering songwriter world and the other in Indie rock, Callum’s eclectic writing skilfully places murky, melodic, driving anthems alongside spellbinding acoustic ballads and blurs the lines between the two.

Lees

Lees first ever releases are collages of breakups – within families, or with a lover – and, also, emotional breakthroughs. Lees is influenced by a wide range of music, from the intense, ethereal electronica of Portishead to the confessional R&B of ‘Blonde’, via the raw emotion of strong female artists like Laura Marling and Imogen Heap.

Shakk

Teesside rapper Shakk’s Butterfly Trees EP quite rightly marked him out as the latest hip-hop crossover star in the making, following on from the likes of Dylan Cartlidge and Kay Greyson with his insightful lyrics and thoughtful take on life.

Church, Honey

North-east based Church, Honey blur rock n roll with traditional song writing styles. With an honesty in performance that is compelling, with lyrics that will resonate with countless people.

Paddy Jordan

Following years of writing, recording and producing material for other artists and bands around the UK, Patrick Jordan began writing and recording his own material in 2017.

Pattern Pusher

Sunshine-soaked, dream-funk, disco-infused, synth-soul sounding Pattern Pusher have been championed by BBC Radio 2, Radio 6 and BBC Introducing and have just been named as one of BBC Introducing’s “Ones to watch” for 2022. 

Line-ups are subject to change.

SATURDAY 16th APRIL 2022

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ALSO AVAILABLE FROM ARC - 01642 525199

VENUES

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ARC ARC 2 KU NE Volume Music Bar Social Room Sticky's The Georgian Theatre The Green Room The Link The Storytellers Vault Hidden Bar