In October of this year, a fresh new music and arts spectacular will take place in London’s East End.
Concrete & Glass will debut over two days and nights – Thursday 2 and Friday 3 October – and is set to showcase over 100 bands and 25 exceptional artists.
The inaugural event will see DrownedinSound play host at one of the 18 venues a festival pass will grant entry to; also involved is The Times, John Kennedy and Wichita Records.
The music program of Concrete & Glass will be overseen by Eat Your Own Ears, responsible for the Underage and Field Day festivals in the capital this August. A bill that balances emerging talent with established names is the ultimate goal, and the definitive line up will appear on the official website in the next few weeks, along with more details and fun-filled facts.
The money-centric facts we can tell you: tickets will cost £25.30 per day, or £38.80 for a two-day pass. Reasonable. Tickets are available now from Seetickets.