Butserfest: Kids In Glasshouses, Don Broco, Lower Than Atlantis, Futures & Many more...

Butserfest: Kids In Glasshouses, Don Broco, Lower Than Atlantis, Futures & Many more…

Don Broco! Futures! Kids In Glasshouses! Lower Than Atlantis! Feed The Rhino! Violet! Mallory Knox!
This is what Heaven must be like. Heaven in festival form.
And you can experience it all for a day, without any of the ‘getting-into-heaven-complications’ at this year’s Butserfest.

The council funded, drink and drugs free, youth festival returns for its sixth year with Lower Than Atlantis, Yashin, Futures, Canterbury, Don Broco, Mallory Knox and Burn the Fleet also confirmed to play.
Kids In Glass Houses have been high on Butserfest fans’ lists as a favourite to headline the festival for a few years.’ said Lucy Soal, Butserfest band co-ordinator. ‘We’re really happy to have them as our headline act.’
Opening on the main stage will be England Road, Midday Committee and Spartan, chosen from the regional and area finals of Live & Unsigned.
Previous year’s line ups have included The Blackout, The King Blues, Lower Than Atlantis, Young Guns, Deaf Havana, Bury Tomorrow and We Are The Ocean.

Kent noisemakers Feed the Rhino will headline the second stage with able support from Shadows Chasing Ghosts, Heart in Hand, Polar, The Elijah, Floods, Violet, Death of an Artist, Housefires and Prolong the Agony.

To top it all off,  there are going to be 6 artists/bands playing exclusive unplugged acoustic sets backstage for lucky fans!

If you haven’t yet got your ticket yet, go get them now! They are available from the official Butserfest website now for a mere £20 if you buy before September 18th!  It’s guaranteed to be an amazing day with a line up like that!




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