Together the People Festival Announces Sunday Headliner

Britpop legends Suede have been announced as closing headliners of Brighton’s Together The People festival, which takes place on the 3rd and 4th of September at Preston Park. The London based band join an already eclectic line-up including former Beach Boy Brian Wilson, who is performing seminal album Pet Sounds in full, The Horrors, Gaz Coombes and many more.

After the success of last years inaugural edition of the festival, promoters One Inch Badge have promised that Together The People will continue to celebrate the music and culture of Brighton in a family friendly, creative and socially aware way, with street food and craft ale, in addition to non-musical entertainment, being present throughout the weekend.

Also joining the line-up are Peter Hook & the Light, performing the music of Joy Division and New Order, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, M.Ward, Tru Thoughts Takeover with Lakuta & Tru Thoughts DJs and many more. With the extended line-up having been announced, daily breakdowns of the artists can be viewed below and on the official website.

Tickets are priced at £95 for the weekend or £55 for one day passes. Booking fees apply.

Tickets are available from:

See Tickets – http://www.seetickets.com/content/together-the-people

Concorde 2 – https://www.concorde2.co.uk/events/together-the-people-2016

Resident Music 01273 606312

 

The full line up is as follows:

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The Verse Staff

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