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Tickets Out Now // Gareth Gates Acoustic Gig

SCUNTHORPE: The Lincoln Imp

SAT 15TH SEP, 2018 8:00pm

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Gig Review // Nirvana UK, Johnny & The Rocket, Weird Wolf

The Lincoln Imp in association with Crown promotions and Management present another night of entertainment with two local bands Johnny and the Rocket and WeirdWolf with headliners the tribute band Nirvana UK. Continue reading Gig Review // Nirvana UK, Johnny & The Rocket, Weird Wolf

Gig // Interrobang!? Gig goers to donate to 2 local charities

Interrobang!? Are a post-punk 3 piece based in Leeds & Brighton.

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2018 Local Festival Guide

So I’ve been searching about to bring you some local alternatives to a festival experience and it just so happens there are a few festivals not so far away. These festivals are all set in or close to Lincolnshire.

Something To Smile About

Humber Street Sesh

New- Bridge Fest

Festival 8

Lost Village Festival

GLO Family Festival

Tribfest Music Festival

Beverley Folk Festival

Costal Family Festival

A Perfect Day Festival

Fake Festivals

Other types of festivals:

Asylum Steampunk Festival- Lincoln

Freedom Festival Hull

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Gig// Wet Records:Musicians Against Homelessness

Wet Records who you can regularly find at Cafe Indie with their pop up stall are pleased to announce they shall be working with Musicians Against Homelessness in 2018, and their chosen venue of course for all their MAH gigs will be Café INDIEpendent !!
MAH aims to raise funds for the homeless Charities Crisis, and to provide gig opportunities for up and coming bands, with the backing of Alan McGee and some of the biggest names in the music industry, 2018 looks set to continue raising awareness for the homeless and much needed funds.

Their first fundraising gig is a big one called ‘THE ROYAL BEDDING DAY, on the same day as the Royal Wedding, this is in response to the recent news that the streets of Windsor will be cleared of homeless people.

The aim is to put on as many music events as possible across England, Scotland and Wales, to support homeless people and make a lot of noise’. – Musicians Against Homelessness.

19th May at Café INDIEpendent

Bands/Musicians TBA