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Underground Festival Stage Times Announced

Stage times for this year’s Underground Festival in Gloucester have been announced.

Underground Festival takes place at Gloucester Guildhall on September 29th and 30th.

Visit UndergroundFestival.co.uk for more information.

Full lineup:

SATURDAY 29TH SEPTEMBER

DIY Stage
10pm Bastille
8.45pm Peace
7.45pm Swim Deep
6.45pm The Struts
5.45pm Last Dinosaurs
4.45pm Hey Sholay
3.45pm Binary
2.45pm Young Kato
1.45pm BBC Introducing Winner

BBC Introducing Stage
9.15pm Sons and Lovers
8.15pm Lewis Watson
7.15pm Pale Seas
6.15pm Duologue
5.15pm Coastal Cities
4.15pm LEXY
3.15pm Local Band TBC
2.15pm Local Band TBC

Risk and Consequence Stage
7.45pm Treetop Flyers
6.45pm The Night
5.45pm TBC
4.45pm Adam Barnes
3.45pm Ryan Francis Martin

SUNDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER

DIY Stage
9pm Lower Than Atlantis
7.45pm Canterbury
6.45pm Don Broco
5.45pm Proxies
4.45pm The Dangerous Summer
3.45pm All Of This
2.45pm Gnarwolves
1.45pm Harbour

BBC Introducing Stage
8.15pm Venice
7.15pm The Social Club
6.15pm Funeral Suits
5.15pm Cut Ribbons
4.15pm Gunning For Tamar
3.15pm Canary Swing
2.15pm Local Band TBC

Risk and Consequence Stage
6.45pm Fear of Men
5.45pm Morain
4.45pm In Gratitude
3.45pm The Physics House Band
2.45pm Antibang

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