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BBC Introducing: The South Selects Act To Open Breakout Festival! Just 2 Weeks To Go!






Many applied through BBC Introducing: The South to be in with a chance of performing at Breakout Festival and the winners have been chosen! Selected by a panel from The BBC and Breakout Festival, We Deny have been awarded the opening slot at this year’s Breakout Festival.


In just 2 weeks Breakout Festival will be unleashed. After an epic festival season, rock and metal fans will play out the end of the summer 2015 with at Breakout’s rock fueled blow-out. It’s not just about the music this year though, Breakout Festival promises to be the best way to mark the season close with a wealth of other attractions and entertainment. Keep your eyes peeled for the rides and inflatables!

Deaf Havana – SikTh – The Qemists
We Are The Ocean - Martyr Defiled – Black Tongue
Heck – TRC - By Definition
Zoax – Seething Akira
The Gospel Youth – Skint Circus – We Deny

Breakout is Brighton’s first and only outdoor heavy rock festival. It returns to Brighton racecourse on 26th September 2015 with a high profile line-up which includes Deaf Havana, SikTh, We Are The Ocean, The Qemists, Martyr Defiled and Heck. Last year’s bill included Skindred, Funeral For A Friend, The Blackout, Silent Screams and Betraying The Martyrs. The festival attracted over 2,200 fans in its first year last year!



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