CloseUp Festival with Childcare + Saltwater Sun + Solv + FEMME

Fri 17th May 2019
7:30pm | 11:00pm curfew
Tickets: £10
Age restrictions: 18+
Presented by Closeup Promotions

Closeup Promotions Presents

Childcare + Saltwater Sun +  Solv + FEMME + Dextric + Patawawa

Friday 17th May 2019

Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen





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After 2018’s sell out in just its second year, CLOSEUP Festival 2019 will be back at the Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen for yet another year of musical bliss. As the CLOSEUP yearly pinnacle, it’s a certainty to be bigger and better than ever the 3rd time around.

CLOSEUP festival always aims to showcase the nation’s finest emerging indie/electronic talent, and this year will @ Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen it’ll be no different. We are thrilled to host our unique festival once more at the amazing venue that we consistently use for our regular London showcase nights ‘Club CloseUp’, which has already hosted some of the brightest indie/electronic acts from all over the country in recent months and continues to uphold reputation as one of the capital’s best new music spots.

The latest development to CLOSEUP Festival (after we moved to 2 full stages last year) is a new Friday night, allowing the festival to run over 2 days, and host a total of 20 artists across the 2 days, something we cannot wait for. Two full stages of live music will be take place throughout both days of CLOSEUP Festival, similarly to last year (our main stage in the 300 capacity live room and our 120 cap stage ‘The Green Room’) which will allow for our multi genre festival to thrive again.

With sponsors Jagermeister supplying the drinks once more, and having already hosted the likes of ​KYKO, EKKAH, Marsicans, Childcare, Jerry Williams, FOURS, SPINN, No Hot Ashes, Martin Luke Brown ​​& more in our debut 2 years​. ​​it’s set to continue to gain all the coverage of
one of London’s premier emerging talent festivals. Press last year included in print coverage (as the number 1 thing to do in LDN that weekend (12/5/18) in the prestigious ​Metro​​ newspaper, alongside coverage from ​Record Of The Day, Killing Moon, Soho Radio, Hidden Herd, Born Music Online, Indie Central Music, WTHB​​ and gained spots in ​Ticketweb UK ​​& ​DICE’s ​​2018 festival guide amongst other press & support.