Don't miss two days of stellar live music at Sound Out Festival on 5th & 6th June 2019Posted on: 05 Jun 2019
It's two days of pure musical awesomeness when Sound Out Festival hits Komedia in Bath on Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th June 2019.
The legendary venue - host to a plethora of performers, stars, singers, acts and comedians - will hand over the reigns to the festival, presented by Bath Spa University, for a double-whammy, two-day blowout of live music which will feature some of the most interesting, intriguing, exciting and supremely talented upcoming artists in the region.
Over the course of the two days there will be more than 20 bands and artists thrashing out their musical prowess and sonic alchemy to hordes of the city's music lovers for an event that's easily one of the most thrilling prospects and showcases for new, innovative musical talent. And as well as the brilliant roster of bands lined up for your sonic entertainment, a cracking compendium of top-notch DJs will be spinning the vinyl until 1am on Thursday to keep the good vibes going.
On top of all that, there will also be special merchandise stalls and a vintage marketplace - plus plenty of terrific drinks deals to keep you well and truly lubricated throughout the festival without breaking the bank.
Storming the stage on Wednesday 5th will be the likes of The Tiffanys, Raised by Hounds, The Fangs of the Dodo, Frannie B and James Harriman; while Thursday's assemblage of top-tier on-the-ascendance performers will include The Shuks, Delight a Thief, The Wedlocks and Ill Will.
The festival is a standing event in the auditorium. Entry is age 14+ and under 16's must be accompanied by an adult. Doors open at 4.30pm on both days. There's a special Buy One Get Two Days Of Live Music offer for the ridiculously pocket-friendly price of a fiver (plus a quid booking fee), and you can find out more and snatch up tickets here. Komedia Bath is located at 22-23 Westgate Street, Bath, BA1 1EP - contact the venue on 01225 489070 for more info.
Jamie is a writer, blogger, journalist, critic, film fan, soundtrack nerd and all-round Bristolian good egg. He loves the music of Philip Glass, the art of Salvador Dali, the writings of Charles Bukowksi and Hunter S Thompson, the irreverence of Harry Hill, and the timeless, straw-chomping exuberance of The Wurzels. You can sometimes find him railing against a surging tide of passing cyclists, or gorging himself senseless on the Oriental delights of a Cosmos all-you-can-eat buffet.