We’re extremely proud of our roster of UK artists and the scene here in general, so we wanted to put something together to celebrate that.
BSM’s Big Day Out pulls together 20 of our favourite artists across three unique East London venues - Moth Club, Paper Dress Vintage and Hackney Empire Bar - each within a couple of minutes stroll, for what we hope will be everything the name suggests.
We believe the lineup speaks for itself and offers something for everyone. Today we’ve announced our very own Tangled Hair, Kamikaze Girls and Orchards alongside our wonderful friends Doe, Kagoule, Bellevue Days, Stephen Tellison, El Morgan and Natalie Evans. And that’s just the beginning! We’ll be telling you about the next lot in early July...
For us, community goes beyond the music and so we’re very pleased to partner with a handful of wonderful organisations including Safe Gigs For Women, Heads Above The Waves and Hackney Giving, who we’ll be donating a percentage of all ticket sales to. In addition to this our friends Signature Brew will be providing lots of lovely liquid refreshment while Temple of Seitan offer all attendees a discount on their delicious vegan treats, from their restaurant just yards away from our venues.
We’ve spent a lot of time curating what we think will be a perfect day of live music and fun. We’ve even organised the world’s greatest closing party, which we’ll be telling you about nearer the time...
Over the coming weeks we’ll be announcing lots of additions to the lineup and bringing you more info on the bands, our partners and the extra little touches you can expect on the day.
A very limited number of early bird tickets priced at £15 go on sale at 10am on 6th June via bsmrocks.com, with general sale (£17) starting at 10am on the 8th. Pick one up - along with some lovely merch and music bundles - and we’ll see you on Saturday 1st September.
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