Preview: Underage Festival 2011

By on Thursday, 23rd June 2011 at 11:00 am
 

A festival tailor made for teenagers (more specifically, adolescents aged between 13-17), Underage Festival *is* the event of the year. With amazing line-ups year after year, 2011’s is of course once again filled with acts that I love. Firstly, there are some big names like Bombay Bicycle Club (pictured above), Brother, Crystal Fighters, Johnny Flynn, Wolf Gang and many more. Bombay Bicycle Club have announced a new album coming soon, ‘A Different Kind of Fix’; hopefully some songs off the album will be played during their set.

That’s not all: some of TGTF’s favourites are also part of the line-up, including Dutch Uncles, Frankie & The Heartstrings and Is Tropical. All the three bands have released albums this year (‘Cadenza’ [review here], ‘Hunger’ and ‘Native To’ [review here], respectively). It definitely will be an exciting experience to finally listen to the album tracks played live, if you haven’t already. There are also some relatively young acts in the line-up, ranging from girly pop (Spark) to hip-hop mixed in with electro (Ghost Eyes).. With such a diverse line-up and a vibrant audience, you can bet that this year’s Underage Festival is going to be a blast.

Note: the festival only admits festival goers that are between 13-17 years of age. Anyone outside of that age range will NOT be admitted. Tickets are £31.50 and can be purchased online from SeeTickets, Gigantic, HMV Tickets and Rough Trade Old Truman Brewery (in person). For more information visit the the official Web site.

Full line-up for Underage 2011 as of 23 June 2011 is after the cut.

Underage Festival 2011 Line-up
Alex Winston
Baio (Vampire Weekend)
Chimes
Dutch Uncles
Encore
Fixers
Is Tropical
Johnny Flynn
Miles Kane
Pegasus Bridge
Pulled Apart By Horses
Rizzle Kicks
The Knocks
Tribes
Violet
Wolf Gang
Bombay Bicycle Club
Brother
Cocknbullkid
Crystal Fighters
Devlin
Dog Is Dead
Florrie
Frankie & The Heartstrings
Fugative
Ghost Eyes
Giggs
Janelle Monae
Labrinth
Maverick Sabre
Roll Deep
Spark
The Chapman Family
The Midnight Beast
Yaaks
Yasmin

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