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Big Scary Monsters Records Announce Inaugural ‘Big Day Out’
Big Scary Monsters Records have announced the inaugural BSM’s Big Day Out event, a huge celebration of the UK’s beloved independent music scene pulling together twenty of the label’s favourite artists across three unique East London venues, Moth Club, Paper Dress Vintage and Hackney Empire Bar, on Saturday 1st September 2018.
Ticket’s for BSM’s Big Day Out can be purchased here from the 6th June
You can read more about BSM’s Big Day Out below
With the venues each located within just a couple of minutes stroll, BSM’s Big Day Out will be everything that the name suggests, a glorious gathering of the finest folks from some of the hottest bands, key charities, and best independent businesses from the flourishing UK scene. The initial line-up announcement speaks for itself and offers something for everyone, and this is just the beginning.
The first names to be revealed are London alt-indie trio Tangled Hair, DIY indie-rock three piece Doe, hotly-tipped Nottingham 90s-revival three piece Kagoule, melancholy indie-punk duo Kamikaze Girls, the sparkling alt-pop of Brighton bunch Orchards, anthemic Brit-rock anthem peddlers Bellevue Days, London sad-punx Fresh, esteemed indie-rock royalty Stephen H Davidson (Tellison), Personal Best vocalist and singer-songwriter El Morgan, the extraordinarily intricate guitar acrobatics of Natalie Evans with many more to be confirmed.
In addition to all this, Signature Brew will be providing lots of liquid refreshment while Temple of Seitan offer all attendees a discount on their delicious vegan treats from their restaurant, just yards away from the venues. Keen as ever to promote their message of inclusiveness and equality throughout the music industry, the team behind BSM’s Big Day Out will be providing a balanced and carefully chosen line up that reflects the broad range of diversity on offer across the UK’s buoyant independent music scene, and will be partnering with various organisations and names for special events in the run up to, and surrounding, the event.
Over the coming weeks the label will be announcing further additions to the line-up and bringing you more info on the bands, additional festival partners and all of the extra little touches you can expect on the day.