Dials Festival returns with huge lineup announcement!

Dials Festival returns on October 6th with bands such as Estrons, Tigercub, Jerry Williams and more all heading to Southsea with all proceeds going to Solent Mind charity.

Dials Festival returns with huge lineup announcement!

The six-venue festival taking place across Albert Road, Southsea including Wedgewood Rooms will be host to many local up and coming artists as well as bands from further afield including Temples of Youth, Breathe Panel, Curxes and more.

The official charity partner for the festival this year is Solent Mind who support people with mental health problems providing a range of much-needed services to the area.

The festival saw two successful years in 2015/16 with bands such as Black Honey, Hooton Tennis Club, Dream Wife and others playing but now returns this year even bigger and better.

Dials Festival 2018’s full lineup so far (with many more bands still to be announced):¬†Tigercub, Art School Girlfriend, Attack the Fire, Barbudo, Bella Spinks, Bokito, Breathe Panel, Curxes, Estrons, Fake Empire, Highlights of Our Modern World, Horseflies, Hotel Lux, Jerry Williams, Lauran Hibberd, LibraLibra, Lice, Los Bitchos, Margot, Melt Dunes, MystIc Peach, Omar Baba, Penelope Isles, Sad Palace, Salt Ashes, Sleep Eaters, Temples of Youth, Thyla, Ugly, Vinyl Staircase and Violet Mud.

Tickets for Dials Festival 2018 are available now for ¬£12 but these are limited early bird addition tickets before the price rises to ¬£16 when they’ve sold out.

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