SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2024
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The Lilacs

Northern lads The Lilacs are a high-energy indie band from Wigan. In just a few years, the band has already started to make a real name for themselves up and down the country, having played sets at iconic venues such as Manchester’s Albert Hall, various O2 Academy venues, and even found themselves on the bill at the mighty Isle of Wight Festival.

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Dictator

Daring, dynamic and devastating – West Lothian’s Dictator aren’t here to mess about, at least when it comes to creating non-stop indie-pop anthems anyway. Stepping out of their shell with a substantial stomp in their stride, the four-piece refuse to be pigeonholed, as they emphatically strut through a sonic landscape of inventive indie licks, electrifying electronics, and perfectly prodigious pop grooves.

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LOCK-IN

These five childhood school friends are just getting started! With exclusive appearances and plays on the likes of West Ham United Football Club, Sky Sports, TalkSport, BBC Radio 6, introducing and Radio X, LOCK-IN are on the rise, racing to the very top with their everyday-life influenced and candidly relatable sounds.

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Toy Car

Following a glowing reception at Isle of Wight 2023, Toy Car have received feverish support from the likes of BBC Radio 1, 1883, Gigslutz and Earmilk, the band have begun to make a name for themselves being named among This Feelings ‘Big In 23’ list. Building on their growing reputation as a live band, despite only playing their first shows in Sept 2022, Toy Car continue to showcase their potential and strikingly complete sound.

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The Slates

Four mates from Yorkshire, The Slates are a young rising indie-rock band who are passionate about their song writing and eagerness to get a crowd bouncing. The Slates formed in summer 2019 with front man Louis Barnes, guitarist Joe Briggs, bassist Jude Wales and drummer Zak Oldroyd.  

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about-faces

Hailing from Leeds, about-faces are putting the North of England in the national spotlight. With 3 singles released in 2023, since their launch in July 2023, they catapulted themselves into the depths of the scene. Landing on Spotify editorial playlists with debut ‘Under the Sun’, the band continued to progress with airplay on BBC Radio One, Radio X and Absolute Radio. With a live show equally as highly regarded as their records, the band have already supported artists such as Sundara Karma and Oscar Lang, playing iconic venues such as Leeds University, Manchester’s Deaf Institute and Bridlington Spa. Their sound, reminiscent of americana, edges towards soft rock – poetry stitches their musical cloth, speaking of the future; speaking with purpose in an attempt to regenerate their generation.

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THETA

Theta are a 4-piece pop-rock band from Glasgow, Scotland. Since forming in mid 2022, they have performed at a variety of acclaimed venues including Nice N’ Sleazy’s, Audio Glasgow, McChuills and headlined King Tut’s Wah-Wah Hut as part of the Summer Nights Festival in August 2023. Together they take influence from various artists that they integrate into their sound including and not limited to PVRIS, Muse, Paramore and P!NK.

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Sunbeam

‘Bellowing from a small town in Yorkshire, Sunbeam perform upbeat anthems. You’ll find yourself bouncing along from the first note and singing along by the end of each song. The energy generated is impressive. A must see for anyone wanting a good night!’ – 360 Club

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Line-ups are subject to change.

The Storytellers

Providing one of the best pub experiences in Stockton with a great selection of beers, real ales and ciders. Storytellers also regularly hosts live music, whether that is local talent taking part in popular open mic nights or some of the coolest acoustic and anthem bands around performing for packed out crowds.

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This Feeling curate this years festival, they started life as a monthly club night in London 15 years ago and has organically become the UK’s number one promoter of emerging acts, with nights showcasing new artists in over 42 cities and stages at major festivals. With their ears to the ground when it comes to discovering the latest music, This Feeling has become the place to hear the best new indie bands first. Bands who played early shows with This Feeling include Catfish and the Bottlemen, Blossoms, The Struts, Easy Life, Anteros, Black Honey, Inhaler, Red Rum Club and more. 

Access information

Three steps to access venue from the front. Wheelchair access available through back door. Accessible toilet available.

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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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