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REDROCK FESTIVAL 2017 - Free Entry September 24th



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REDROCK FESTIVAL 2017 London Camden - Free Entry Event September 24th


Will you be feeling down after the festival season has abandoned you for another year? Missing the excitement and the feeling of rocking out to amazing bands? Don't worry, the passion will live at REDROCK! So come to REDROCK 2017, the perfect pick-me up for your post-summer blues!


REDROCK FESTIVAL 2017 will take place on Sunday 24th September at the famous Dublin Castle, Camden.

We have a ton of great bands from all around the UK, spanning 12 hours (midday to midnight!) and a DJ afterwards for those who want to stay on and party into the night!

The festival is FREE ENTRY but donations will be encouraged if you like the bands and want to support them. All donations collected will be shared out amongst the acts.

Come on down and see what the unsigned rock scene has to offer!

LINEUP:

12:15 - Filthy Militia
13:00 - Broken Bones Matilda
13:45 - My Fiasco
14:30 - Sofasonic
15:15 - Cadence Noir
16:00 - SeN-SA-ShuN
16:45 - Darkstar Dance
17:30 - Wild Horse
18:15 - LaFlammeband
19:00 - Fragile Things
20:00 - Saint Apache
21:00 - The Black Bullets
22:00 - Redwire
22:45 - KilliT




Check out this promo video of the festival to get a taster!





Lots of information about the bands on their website:
http://www.redrockfest.com/

Facebook event:
https://www.facebook.com/events/205785483272028

Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/RedrockFestUK/

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