BurySOUND 2020 Heat 3

Live Fri 21 Feb 2020 6:30PM

Age Recommendation: 14+

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Each date will feature five competing artists, and one special guest headliner. The Grand Final will be headlined by last year’s winner GABBY RIVERS, who has since gone on to receive support from BBC Introducing and headline a stage at Latitude Festival.

BurySOUND was founded in 1998 by the council’s youth champion Jackie Smith and local promoter Paul Johnson, who wanted to provide opportunities for local artists seeking to write and perform their own material, in the hope that it would help to kickstart a scene in the West Suffolk area. 16 bands entered that first competition; this year we had 74 applications from artists based all around East Anglia, proving once again that our region’s local music scene is incredibly strong, vibrant and diverse.

The full line-up for this year’s BurySOUND is:

Heat One – Friday 7th February
The Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds
Competing artists: ABIGAIL LAKER, THE DAZE, NAME LOADING, POOL ROOM, THE THEORY OF TOMORROW
Guest headliner: SWIMSUIT COMPETITION

Heat Two – Friday 14th February
The Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds
Competing Artists: THE 55, KILL THE CROW, LEON O’LEARY, SUBSTATION, THE TABOOS
Guest headliner: A.N.G

Heat Three – Friday 21st February
Haverhill Arts Centre
Competing Artists: ADAM EVANS, FAR FROM REFUGE, IN AND OUT OF SLEEP, PHOEBE AUSTIN, UMBRELLA ASSASSINS
Guest headliner: THE EXTONS

Heat Four – Friday 28th February
The Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds
Competing Artists: FLEAS, FUZE, LOOME, JOSIE, RED GLASS
Guest headliner: HISTORY & LORE

Heat Five – Friday 6th March
The Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds
Competing Artists: BRAZEN BULL, FLIZZ, MATT REACTION, PINK LEMONADE, THE SIGNS
Guest headliner: FOR THE HORNETS

Grand Final – Friday 20th March
The Apex, Bury St Edmunds
Competing artists: The winners of Heats 1-5
Guest headliner: GABBY RIVERS

All events run TO 11.00pm.
Tickets for those events not at the arts centre can be bought via whatsonwestsuffolk.co.uk
All ages are welcome, but under-14s must be accompanied by a parent or carer.

Image is History and Lore taken in 2019

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