‘Mutations Festival’ announce return to Brighton after four year gap

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Mutations Festival have announced their return today after a four-year gap for a one-day music event in the new year.


Local music promoter, One Inch Badge, and record label, Small Pond, have teamed up to revive the music festival on Saturday, February 23rd 2019 at an undisclosed 1,000 capacity location just outside of the city.


The festival brought the likes of Metz, John Talabot, Josh T. Pearson and Lightning Bolt to Brighton alongside many other acts.


Mutations stemmed from the city’s DRILL festival, a multi-venue music event spanning over four days in partnership with One Inch Badge and punk band, Wire.


Image taken from Mutations Facebook page.


Brighton was just one of 9 editions of DRILL taking place in cities all over the world, including Los Angeles, Chicago, and Berlin.

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The festival also used to run the summer festival, Together The People, which took place in Preston Park hosting the likes of Brian Wilson, Suede, Peter Hook, and Billy Bragg, with its last event in 2016.


Resident Brighton made the announcement for Mutations on their Facebook page, stating ticket information for the event will be available soon.


More information on the festival to follow…

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