The Great Escape goes on tour, bringing Durand Jones and the Indications to European venues this May

The Uk’s premiere emerging music festival, The Great Escape, is taking some stellar new artists on tour for the first time, hitting 11 massive dates across Europe. Headlining the tour is Indiana based band Durand Jones and the Indications, who’ve garnered a cult following around their soulful melodies and retro vibes that are reminiscent of Otis Redding and James Brown.

Joining the band on each stop will be a local emerging artists, including Simone Tang from Denmark, ELI of Germany, Day Fly in Amsterdam, Chris and Charlie in Belgium, and Colonel Mustard and the Dijon 5 will open in Scotland. All of these acts will also perform at the festival in Brighton.

If you happen to be heading on a bit of a Euro jaunt before hitting Brighton for The Great Escape this year, keep an eye out…

May 4th | Pumperhuset, Copenhagen
May 7th | Privatclub, Berlin
May 8th | Blue Shell, Cologne
May 10th | Paradiso Upstairs, Amsterdam
May 11th | AB Club, Brussels
May 12th | Les Etoiles, Paris
May 14th | Stereo, Glasgow
May 15th | Gullivers, Machester
May 16th | The Waiting Room, London
May 17th-19th | The Great Escape, Brighton

More info can be found here.


Photo by Horatio Baltz


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