@dicefm 🟣 pic.twitter.com/dd8z6rpfwJ— CloseUp (@Closeuppromo) July 29, 2021
CloseUp Festival’s main aim is to bring the most infamous emerging indie/electronic artists together, using our knowledge of our notorious London shows and applying them to two enthralling live music stages. There will also be a headline DJ slot from Liam James Ward and a surprise act still to be announced.
Due to circumstances beyond the festival’s control, Whenyoung can no longer perform at CloseUp Festival, however; Abbie McCarthy (DJ), Sad Boys Club, VALERAS, The Hubbards, PYNCH and lots more will be making their presence known on the Saturday. (11/9)@valerasband, @sadboysclb @AbbieAbbiemac, @thehubbards & @PynchBand also hit our biggest ever party. CloseUp Festival will also continue on its delayed plans of planting a tree for every ticket sold (with plans of 550 trees planted in Paisley, Scotland by September 2021) and its company ethos of equality throughout performing artists, this year will embody CloseUp in its entirety. CloseUp Festival will go ahead at last, as the popular record label based in London announces its new lineup.
Despite being pushed back more times than I can remember (three times!) budding indie and electronic fans will be able to see some of the best emerging talent on September 11th. FESTIVAL :: Our new look CloseUp Festival 2021 (w/ @JagerUK) bill sees new headliners @bamilymusic plus @trudymylove & @NatalieShay_ hit @ColoursHoxton in Sept. Stay tuned for more lineup announcements on their Twitter account @Closeuppromo
Share Tickets are available on DICE for £13.75 here. Making the announcement last week (July 29th), new headliners Bamily, Trudy & The Romance and Natalie Shay will take to the COLOURS stage in Hoxton.