Dot To Dot Festival Preview

We’re devoted to bring Intertainment readers the best in new music at Intertainment and therefore it makes sense we’d be teaming up with Dot To Dot Festival this Summer. After a little begging on our part, we’ll be bringing you full coverage of as many Dot To Dot based events as we can sink our teeth into through the day long festival.

Since Dot To Dot started up in Nottingham way back in 2005 they’ve helped bring artists like the XX, Florence and the Machine and Jake Bugg to the public’s attention.

This years tickets are priced at £12 (plus a small booking fee). With a number of the bands on this years lineup charging over £12 for a ticket to their own tours, an entire day of bands for less means some impressive savings. We’re not just saying it, have a look at the lineup below for yourself and add up those sweet, sweet savings.

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The festival takes place over a single day in Manchester on the 26 May, Bristol on the 27 and Nottinham on the 28.

This years lineup will be headlined by Sundara Karma who’s recent album was met by mass critical appraise, including from us.

Other highlights include Honeyblood who made it into Jack Holmes’ Best Albums of 2016 list, and The Growlers who’s new album was released in September last year. You can have a listen to them below.

You can find out more details about Dot To Dot Festival on their website, Facebook page and Twitter.

With more announcements including lineup additions due in the next few weeks, follow Intertainment on Facebook and Twitter for regular updates.

See you in May folks.

Jack Holmes

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