Last Train Home: Music and Comedy Festival this year has seven stages and over 50 artists. The multi-venue festival is on Saturday 7th September 2019 from 1pm-10.30pm and is part of Darlington’s Summer of Sound (supported by Darlington Borough Council).
Local music collective Tracks are bringing another ‘First Class’ collection of artists to Darlington, with festival headliners wrapping up just in time to catch the Last Train Home.
That means over 50 musicians and comedians will fill venues surrounding Bank Top Station, including The Forum, St. John’s Church and The Hullabaloo – where one ticket gets you into all venues for a day of enjoying amazing talent in the town.
Artists announced so far: Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs (pictured, credit Janina Sabaliauskaite); She Drew The Gun; A Festival A Parade; The Cornshed Sisters; Ponyland; Dead Naked Hippies ; YOWL; Polo; Ceiling Demons; PEAKES; VENUS; Eve Conway; Eyeconic; Noise & The Naïve; Nel Unlit; Mt. Misery; Cortney Dixon; Shakk GGAllan Partridge; Rumaz; Holy Braille; Legitimate Anarchy; Jodie Nicholson; Methodical Beast; Finn Forster; Petals; Motel Carnation; Petals; Charlotte Grayson. With more to be announced…
Plus comedy from: Gavin Webster; Sam Avery; Lee Kyle; Rob Mulholland; Good Kids & Rob Kemp. Curated by Hilarity Bites; with more TBA.
- Tickets £15 advance (£20 on the door)
- Physical tickets can be purchased from The Forum Music Centre
- For online tickets and more info visit tracksdarlington.co.uk