ONEFEST AND FRANK TURNER PRESENT LOST EVENINGS
SOLD OUT 4 day festival at London’s Roundhouse Venue
12th – 15th May 2017
FULL LINE-UP ANNOUNCED
With one month to go, the full line-up of music and events for the SOLD OUT Lost Evenings Festival can now be announced. This fantastic 4-day festival, taking place on 12th-15th May at London’s iconic music venue, The Roundhouse will see Frank Turner curate and headline four consecutive one off concerts, with an exciting supporting cast of musical talent confirmed for both the main stage and a second stage that will run alternately each evening.
On Friday, 12th May Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls will perform a crowd pleasing Greatest Hits set entitled Last Minutes and Lost Evenings, and supporting that night will be America’s finest AJJ alongside up and coming band New Pagans. Following on Saturday, Frank will perform his debut album ‘Sleep Is For The Week’ in full as it celebrates its 10th anniversary. On this night long-admired musical peer Seth Lakeman will support with Anglo/Scottish duo Deux Furieuses. On Sunday Frank resurrects Nambucca’s infamous former club night ‘Sensible Sundays’ and brings in close pal and musical hero Scott Hutchison from Frightened Rabbit onto the bill and as it only seems right, Nambucca’s very own Beans On Toast kicks off the evening. Closing ‘Lost Evenings’ on Monday 15th May, Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls unite with Huw Stephens and his Label Of Love to feature Xtra Mile Recordings and showcase the extraordinary talent on the roster. Skinny Lister and Will Varley support Frank’s second Greatest Hits set of the series.
The second stage, named as the Nick Alexander Stage –in memory of the merchandise manager and long-time friend of Frank, who was tragically killed in the Bataclan attack in 2015 – plays host to some of the best emerging acts all hand-picked by Frank and Radio X’s John Kennedy. Friday’s bill is Crows, Bloody Knees and Moses; Saturday has Young Romance, Bless and Guise; Sunday hosts Louise Distras, Lewis Bootle and Uri Sade and finally Monday feature’s Xtra Mile acts Ben Marwood, Ducking Punches (solo) and Non Canon.
In addition to the evening performances, OneFest will run a selection of events during the day, that include panels focusing on The Business, Women & The Industry, Getting Gigs, Mental Health, Digital Generation as well as a keynote speech from Radio 1’s Gemma Cairney – plus much more. The full programme of events that offer inspiration, insight and advice to young individuals both operating in and trying to break in to the music industry can be found here: http://onefestuk.com/lost-evenings
The OneFest element will be part-produced by a cohort of six young adults aged 18-25 who are currently undergoing professional development programmes within the music industry, designed and run by The Hub. These programmes will support them in fulfilling roles across the event in panel and additional stage programming, artist liaison, digital marketing and business affairs.
As well as all the OneFest and Lost Evenings activities, a full programme of satellite events, under the title of Last Minutes has been confirmed at various venues in Camden. The Hawley Arms, The Monarch, Lock Tavern and Dingwalls will host special intimate live performances, late night DJ sets, after parties, meet ups and food deals. On the Saturday afternoon at The Monarch, Xtra Mile present live music from Sam Duckworth (Get Cape, Wear Cape Fly) and Rob Lynch and on the Saturday night Frank Turner and Sam Duckworth DJ at The Big One at Dingwalls. For a full listing of events go here: www.lostevenings.info
For further information regarding OneFest please contact:
Erika Thomas email@example.com
Born in Wiltshire in 2011 out of a desire to provide meaningful and ethical support to a Big Lottery Fund supported rural community enterprise and community pub which was part of the BBC Village SOS series; OneFest was established to help the local community sustain and develop their community hub. The festival was a resounding success and provided a significant platform for local talent who supported headline acts Damien Rice, Laura Marling, The Magic Numbers and Dry the River, with a project endorsement from Seasick Steve. Returning in Wiltshire in 2012, OneFest continued to support the local economy where possible, providing voluntary and work experience placements in addition to breaking new, local talent in conjunction with BBC Introducing. Damon Albarn headlined the festival bringing his critically acclaimed Dr Dee to the site, ahead of his Hyde Park performance with Blur. Five years on and OneFest has evolved into a UK based, non-profit, music industry development company set up to support the emergence of new talent. Working collaboratively with partners, such as AIF (Association of Independent Festivals), The Roundhouse, The Hub, The 100 Club, PRS for Music, PRS Foundation and Young Guns Network, and with the support of Arts Council England, OneFest provides a platform for new and emerging talent which will inspire, support and develop a new generation of artists, performers and music industry professionals through the creation of genuine opportunities and practical experience in the music and creative industries – ultimately contributing to the regeneration of the UK music community.