Clash has three pairs of tickets to give away to each of Dot To Dot 2014’s three locations – Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham – thanks to the festival’s partner, Fred Perry Subculture.
Dot To Dot is a multi-venue, multi-city event showcasing some of the best new bands around – and this year it brings the likes of Drenge, Peace, Real Estate, Slaves, Indiana, Wolf Alice, Josh Record and more to the party. Every ticket permits access to an entire day’s music, spanning myriad locations and a range of genres.
The festival’s partner, Fred Perry Subculture, is the fashion brand’s music initiative, set up to encourage both the emergence of new talent and the continued support of heritage acts. Fred Perry has had an enduring affinity with music and subcultures throughout modern British history. Dot To Dot 2014 marks the event’s 10th anniversary, and arrives after the 2013 edition’s success at the UK Festival Awards – it won in the Best Metropolitan Festival category.
Check out performances from the 2013 Dot To Dot on Vimeo, here.
Full times for the event(s) – taking place on Friday 23rd May (Manchester), Saturday 24th May (Bristol) and Sunday 25th May (Nottingham) – can be found online at the Dot To Dot website. (Do note that not every band on the bill appears at all three cities.)
To view filmed live performances and interviews at Dot To Dot festival, and to find out about the best new music and heritage artists, visit the official Fred Perry Subculture website, or head to Twitter/Facebook.
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