Hidden Herd Festival is returning to Brighton for a second year, with the massive one-day new music event to be held at Patterns on Saturday 13th July. Set to be the “bigger and better sibling” of 2018’s Green Door Store festival, the event boasts 14 acts across the day, spread out over two stages. Worried about clashes? No need, as you’ll have the opportunity to watch every single act on the line up – and what a line up it is. The festival is a hub for all things alternative, with a catalogue of the hottest upcoming bands around.
Included in the first wave of announcements are Anteros (pictured below), who will be treating us to their eclectic mix of roaring guitars, catchy pop tunes and uplifting indie. 2018 saw the four-piece playing the likes of Truck Festival, Live at Leeds, and headlining a tour with sold out dates in October. Having just announced their debut album, “When We Land”, they are not to be missed.
Joining the line up are London’s Kawala, who are set to bring their dreamy tropical tunes to the seafront. They are determined to prove to you that you can have a “real boogie to an acoustic guitar”, so be prepared. BLOXX will be accompanying Kawala and Anteros on the excellent line up, delivering their angsty indie, rocky hooks and driving guitars.
Adding to the full-day festival are Sick Joy, Childcare, MarthaGunn, Chappaqua Wrestling, Saltwater Sun, Hot Dreams, Circe and Youth Sector, with even more yet to be announced.
Hidden Herd is a new music website and promotions company based in Brighton and London. They are dedicated to shining a spotlight on the next wave of artists, and are a base for all things new, exciting and under the radar. Having had a jam-packed 2018 promoting shows across Brighton and London featuring the likes of British Sea Power, Swimming Tapes, Artificial Pleasure and many more, Hidden Herd Festival 2019 is set to be their biggest, most exciting event yet.
Tickets are currently on sale for £16 + booking fee via DICE, find them here: https://link.dice.fm/hidden-herd-festival-2019-patterns