HATFIELD ROCKS PRESENTS FRANKLIN - HOSTED BY BBC INTRODUCING -
+ SUPPORT BANDS SELECTED BY BBC INTRODUCING + BBC INTRODUCING TO BROADCAST LIVE FROM EVENT
FRANKLIN + SUPPORT @ The Forum Hertfordshire
Bands introduced by Gareth Lloyd (BBC Introducing)
Saturday 28th February 2015
7pm – 11pm
Adv. Tickets £5.00, more on the door
Forum Hertfordshire, College Lane, Hatfield AL10 9AB
Franklin, one of Hertfordshire’s most promising unsigned bands, will headline Forum Hertfordshire’s first 2015 ‘Hatfield Rocks’ nights of live music.
With a sound likened to that of Foals, Alt-J and Ben Howard, Franklin have won an army of fans across the web, receive regular exposure on the BBC Three Counties Introducing show and last year were picked to play a coveted Radio 1 Live Lounge session.
Joining them on the night will be two of the county’s most promising unsigned bands, specially selected to appear on the bill by the team at BBC Introducing in Beds, Herts & Bucks.
Thanks to a shared mission to support the best in unsigned and undiscovered new music, BBC Introducing will also be hosting the night. Gareth Lloyd, presenter of the weekly new music show, will introduce the bands as well as broadcast his regular Saturday night slot live directly from the venue.
Fans of discovering unsigned and emerging talent should tune in to BBC Three Counties Radio between 8-9pm to hear the highlights, interviews from all the acts and live recordings from previous Hatfield Rocks events.
Advance tickets are £5.00,
Buy direct from www.forumhertfordshire.co.uk
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About Forum Hertfordshire
The award-winning Forum Hertfordshire opened in 2009. With a capacity of 2,250, it has three state-of-the-art entertainment spaces, a restaurant, cafe, multiple bars, onsite parking for 400, and is only 25 minutes from London's Kings Cross Station. The venue has cemented its reputation as a top live music venue, nightclub and students’ union, playing host to major music acts including Blondie, Professor Green, Ed Sheeran, Florence and the Machine, will.i.am, Pendulum, Sigma and Chase & Status. The venue is also home to the 8,000 capacity Slam Dunk festival which won Best Festival at the 2014 Kerrang! Awards. The Forum Hertfordshire recently won the Best Venue Teamwork - Campus category at the 2014 Live UK Music Business Awards.
The Hatfield Rocks events hosted by BBC Introducing are as part of a shared mission to support live music and to showcase the best unsigned, undiscovered and below-the-radar musicians from across Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
February 24, 2015 5:48am ET by Name PR