From big household names to fresh indie newcomers, 2Q Festival Lincoln aims to celebrate the best of live music.

Coffee shops, clubs, concert halls; these are all places 2Q Festival will call home when it travels to the historic city of Lincoln this November, hosting some of the biggest names in indie and showcasing the scene’s newest talent.

With Public Service Broadcasting, The Orielles, Queen Zee and festival frequenters Beans on Toast already confirmed, 2Q have announced the final wave of talent that’ll be joining them across nine venues in the heart of the city.

Notable entries include indie-electro doom-poppers The Slow Readers Club, Scottish duo Honeyblood, Ducking Punches and King No One, alongside Black Foxxes, Hackney rockers Gengahr, Husky Loops, October Drift and dream-pop quartet Swimming Girls.

“We are incredibly excited to announce our final wave of acts,” explains Operations Manager Emily Nichol. “As with our first announcement and the release of Public Service Broadcasting as our main headliner, we are once again ecstatic to publicise the continuation of, what we feel, is another tasty line-up featuring some of the hottest acts on the circuit at the moment.

The line-up is a real collection of local, up and coming, buzz bands, nationally recognised, and world renowned music! It is a great feeling to be able to programme and organise an event for a very affordable ticket price in this incredible city.”

 

For the full line-up and tickets, check out the 2Q Festival website.