Dot to Dot news : Thank you, Bristol! A pleasure, as always …

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Thank you, Bristol! A pleasure, as always 😘

We’ll be back next year to do it all over again, and if you’re hyped about that already… you can book your £14 Early Bird tickets from 10am on Monday via Alt Tickets.

A beautiful set from Dermot Kennedy closed our second stage SWX Bristol tonight, while The Horrors just smashed O2 Academy Bristol.

The fun’s not over though, make some plans for the rest of the night, including Dot To Dot Afterparty Bristol – The Horrors DJ Set: bit.ly/2scD4le

Nottingham, we’re coming for ya! x

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After gracing the Dot To Dot stage this year, Noah Kahan and Slydigs have dropped some new tracks!

Noah Kahan’s ‘Come Down’ blends relaxed melodies with an upbeat pop feel.

For fans of Shame and Reverend and the Makers, Slydigs combine in-your-face vocals alongside heavy riffs on ‘Sleep in the Wild’, producing an anthemic sound not to be missed.

Check these out plus new music from Bad Sounds, Harrison Storm, Jack River, KAWALA, Vistas and loads more on our playlist here: spoti.fi/2K0mQUc
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• D2D RECOMMENDS •

After gracing the Dot To Dot stage this year, Noah Kahan and Slydigs have dropped some new tracks!

Noah Kahan’s ‘Come Down’ blends relaxed melodies with an upbeat pop feel.

For fans of Shame and Reverend and the Makers, Slydigs combine in-your-face vocals alongside heavy riffs on ‘Sleep in the Wild’, producing an anthemic sound not to be missed.

Check these out plus new music from Bad Sounds, Harrison Storm, Jack River, KAWALA, Vistas and loads more on our playlist here: spoti.fi/2K0mQUc

 

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2 thoughts on “Dot to Dot news : Thank you, Bristol! A pleasure, as always …

    Anonymous

    (May 26, 2018 - 11:41 pm)

    What a day!!!

    Anonymous

    (May 27, 2018 - 12:08 am)

    Bit of a farce at the Island earlier. Curse of Lono’s excellent set also ruined by delays and dreadful sound.

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