Brighton's Ladyfuzz Fest will return next month with performances from Dream Nails, Petrol Girls, Witching Waves, and more.
The festival takes place at the city's Green Door Store venue, and aims to platform music from women, non-binary and gender non-conforming individuals.
Beginning as a zine in 2015, Ladyfuzz has now grown to become a potent, self-supporting community.
The two day event boasts a pretty damn fine line up, featuring sets from (deep breath!) Petrol Girls, Big Joanie, Dream Nails, Slow Crush, Witching Waves, Fresh, Kermes, Flirting, Molar, Sit Down, Currls, Good Guy Clarence, Rosehip Teahouse, and Instant Bin.
Founder of Ladyfuzz, Lucinda Livingstone of Brighton band Cultdreams (formerly Kamikaze Girls), says: “Ladyfuzz has been growing as a community rapidly since I put out the first zine back in 2015. Last year we decided to put on a small festival in Brighton—it sold out and was a huge success, so this year we've expanded to turn it into a two day festival, and our plans for next year are even bigger.”
“Since we started we've been curating line-ups full of women, non-binary and gender non-conforming individuals. We've been doing what other festivals say isn't possible, and we want to continue to celebrate the amazing acts we feature and work with each year through our annual live event.”
Tickets are on sale now.
Ladyfuzz Fest 2019 runs between May 3rd - 4th.
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