You know what's awesome? Live music. Why? You walk into a show and see everyone losing their shit and screaming their lungs out. This is the exact vibe you can expect from the Stonecutters 2016 Festival.
It's a serious worry that the Queens Theatre won't be standing after all of these guys have had their turn on stage:
Running over two days from 6pm until 1am each day, getting in early will be the best bet for making your ticket worth every single hard earned cent! Plus, anyone who's ever seen any of these guys play before know its gonna be an absolute ripper of a night.
When: 16th and 17th of September, 6pm - 1am
Where: Queens Theatre
Tickets: On sale Thursday, 21st of July
For more info suss the Facebook event HERE!
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