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Bad Pond Festival

+ TTNG, Delta Sleep, The Physics House Band + Many More

27 & 28 APRIL 2018 - The Arch, Brighton

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Ttng /The Physics House Band/Delta Sleep/Tangled Hair/Slabdragger/Suffer Like G Did/Yumi And The Weather/Gender Roles/USA Nails/InTechnicolour/Cousin Kula/
Toska/Frank & Beans/Wild Cat Strike/Chiyoda Ku/The Brackish/CLT DRP

+ More acts to be announced!!
(18+ Event)

Super Early Bird Tickets – SOLD OUT
2nd Tier Early Bird Tickets – SOLD OUT
Standard Tickets **Selling Fast** – http://bit.ly/badpond3

Small Pond are excited to present the third instalment of the Bad Pond Festival, taking over both rooms of iconic seafront club The Arch in Brighton on 27th and 28th April 2018; this 600-capacity venue marks a notable step up in size for the festival, building on the huge success of the event over the past two years.

Bad Pond is yet another ambitious project from Small Pond. Fully up-and- running for just over two years now, Small Pond is a young music company centred on a thriving recording and rehearsal studio complex in the heart of Brighton, which is becoming a favourite haunt for rising bands and renowned acts alike – many of whom have also stopped by to film intimate live session videos or deliver masterclasses. Turning a hand to all aspects of the modern independent music industry, the company also offers live filming and photography, touring services, and gig promotions, as well as being home to a rapidly expanding record label. Applying the same keen ear for attention-grabbing music to their own roster, the Small Pond label is home to acts including The Physics House Band (a recent Guardian New Band Of The Week) alongside rising artists Natalie EvansInwards, InTechnicolour, Wild Cat Strike and Luo. With previous Bad Pond line-ups boasting standout acts from the UK scene alongside international bands – including Italy’s VALERIAN SWINGTown Portal from Denmark, and Japan’s mouse on the keys and BO NINGEN – this fast-growing event has established itself as a must-do for fans of experimental and progressive live music from across the world.

The Arch (Brighton)

Design by J. Hardwicke