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Breakout Festival Brighton - EARLY BIRD ON SALE TUESDAY‏!







Breakout Festival 2015


-Breakout festival is back at Brighton’s Racecourse!


-Breakout Festival 2015 to take place on Saturday, 26th Sep 2015.

-Early bird tickets to go on sale 28th April 2015 9AM.
Wake Up Brighton, Breakout Festival is Back!


Following the huge debut year last September, Breakout Festival is back at the shores of Brighton.


Early bird tickets go on sale 27th April at 9am and can be purchased from www.breakoutfestival.co.uk at a mere £20. Tickets are guaranteed to sell out quick so gather up your friends and snatch up a ticket while stock lasts! Sign up for early news releases via Ticketmaster here: https://breakoutfestival.signmeupfor.com/.


Formed by music lovers, for music lovers, Breakout festival brought a lot of noise and atmosphere to Brighton’s iconic seafront last year when Skindred, Funeral for a Friend, Betraying the Martyrs and many more showed that the city still holds one of the UK’s best rock and metal crowds.Bringing together beautiful surroundings, historic places and a great crowd, Breakout Festival is without a doubt the perfect last festival of the season.


Aspiring musicians will again have the incredible opportunity to share the stages with headlining artists with the headliners choice award and a public vote. Applications are open until 1st June, visit http://bit.ly/1K9lCQn to apply.

Official website: www.breakoutfestival.co.uk


Official ticketing partners (please note ticketing websites will only be available from Tuesday 9AM):

Ticketmaster: www.breakoutfestival.co.uk

Gigantic: http://bit.ly/1HZQ680


Social media links

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breakoutfestival

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreakoutFestUK

Instagram: http://instagram.com/breakoutfestival


2014 Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mN4igh8OvGQ



Performance application: http://bit.ly/1K9lCQn

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