Live music takes to the streets at St. George’s Plaza. In partnership with Norwich Arts Centre and Access to Music, we present a magnificent seven stars of the future; the region’s best young bands; recently signed artists; and the best of Access to Music’s SONIC YOUTHS programme.
SAT 1–7pm. Line-up as follows:
Mopintosh is an up and coming 4-piece of 15-year old musicians, bringing a prog-rock sensibility to their modern self-written repertoire.
1pm | 20mins
Drawing comparisons to Amy Macdonald, in her short career Bury St Edmunds’ Becca Rose has worked with an eclectic line-up of artists, from Bad Manners to saxophonist Andy Hamilton.
1.40pm | 20mins
Finn Doherty is a Norwich based alternative singer, songwriter developing a dynamic and ambitious sound. His debut EP, Heritage & Parenting, was launched in March.
2.20pm | 20mins
Norwich’s Aphra is a young singer/songwriter, inspired by Kate Tempest and Kimya Dawson. Her quirky social
lyrics and catchy melodies are delivered on a delightfully rhythmic guitar.
3pm | 20mins
Following a recent session for Radio 1, Thetford’s Franko Fraise brings tales of everyday life resonating with
a fundamentally British voice.
3.45pm | 45mins
Norwich’s Ducking Punches are a punk rock outfit whose storytelling songs weave between love and
death, friendship and mental illness.
5pm | 45mins
Recently signed by Atlantic Records, Great Yarmouth’s Mullally packs a soulful punch with inspiration from Marvin Gaye and Van Morrison to Paulo Nutini.
6.15pm | 45mins