Frank Turner’s ‘Lost Evenings’ is described as being a celebration of live music as well as a platform for a new generation of performers and with their full line up announcement, it’s hard to argue with that description.
After already announcing opening acts such as Skinny Lister, Will Varley & AJJ it has been revealed that their will be a second stage, the ‘Nick Alexander Stage’ which is named after a crew member that was tragically killed in the November 2015 Bataclan Terror Attacks.
The stage will be home to a whole list of bands/artists such as Ben Marwood, Non Canon, Crows & Young Romance and will give them all the opportunity to show case their talents to a new audience.
The four night festival will take place from May 12th – May 15th at the infamous Roundhouse in Camden.
More information on the festival can be found here: http://www.lostevenings.info/index.html
There will also be music industry workshops running along side the festival during the Saturday and Sunday, designed to give an insight into the opportunities available and for industry experts to share their wisdom and offer advice. These could be invaluable insights as it’s clear to anyone who has tried that there’s no blue print on how to gain a career in the music industry.