Fort Fest reveals its amazing line-up of new bands in full

It’s only six weeks until the newest rock and metal festival on the scene kicks off for the second time, and Fort Fest has announced its full line-up and day splits for 4-6 August.

The Friday evening will be headlined by the mighty Pulled Apart By Horses, while Saturday will be seen out in style by the excellent Fort Hope, and in a bit of a blast from the past Toploader will bring the event to a close on the Sunday.

The festival promises to be absolutely huge, with a superb lineup every day. The festival is opened up by our former New Band of the Week in Brighton’s Oceans, while that day also features two more of our New Band of the Weeks as they’re followed by both Our Hollow, Our Home and Hollowstar. You can also see the amazing Massmatiks directly before the OHOH.

Saturday sees an early performance by the superb Faux, who are followed on-stage by what will be one of the last ever sets from Chasing Cadence. Our first interviewee on this site follows in Eva Plays Dead, then more female-fronted rock in Forever Still.

The opening two days are quite something alone, but if that doesn’t have you excited then Sunday certainly will. Our former New Band of the Week SEASONS are on early doors, then you’ll also be able to check out Veridian, In Dynamics and the sensation that is Grumble Bee, as well as Big Spring and Normandie.

The full list of bands on show is below:

Fort Fest

And remember, all of these acts and a load more exciting new bands, are available for just £65 for the whole weekend. Tickets are available now here.

To see the line-up in full, go here. The festival has also created a pretty damn good Spotify playlist of the bands involved, check it out on the Fort Fest homepage.

You can find out more by following Fort Fest on Facebook and Twitter.

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