We’ve been keeping you up to date and reporting constantly on not only the what to expect from Lincoln’s first inner city music festival, 2Q, but also the incredible list of acts scheduled to appear on the 28th of October as they continue to release the lineup in a sequence of waves. We brought you the first, second and third waves as they were released but now the fourth wave has been unveiled, business has just picked up. The latest names to grace the inaugural 2Q Lincoln festival is a who’s who of music today featuring up and comers, festival highlighters and all out show stoppers!
2Q is an incredible and unique concept as they turn the inner workings of a city centre and turn it into a one day, multi venue metropolitan music festival, taking over some of the areas most beloved spots and venues and creating a stage for musicians, bands and artists as well as an opportunity for fans to get up close and personal as they perform.
You can find out more on the festival and specifically the venues it involves as well as ticket information by visiting http://www.2Qfestival.co.uk and in doing this you’ll be able to book your place among those taking part in a unique and exclusive event. 2Q has been making its presence felt in Derby for a few years now, and Lincoln is the next target. 2Q festival Derby has already been shortlisted previously for Best Newcomer & Best metropolitan festival in the 2016 festival awards, so you know that this isn’t something to miss. With the latest wave of acts announced tonight, the line up now looks like this:
Pulled Apart By Horses
British Sea Power
The Shimmer Band
Get Cape Wear Cape Fly (solo)
Bang Bang Romeo
The Tin Pigeons
Clean Cut Kid
Kill The Ideal
Busty & The Bass
As fans of most of these incredible acts we’re particularly excited and each one of them is guaranteed to bring something special to this packed out day. Keep checking back at Mojo20.com or 2Qfestival.co.uk for further line up announcements and details on what’s to come. You can also stay involved by clicking GOING on the Facebook event page right here.
Follow the festival also on Facebook @2QFestival and also Twitter @2QFestival
Words by Stuart Green (@mojo20_music)