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Lightning Bolt, Chelsea Wolfe, Metz And More To Play New Brighton Festival Mutations

Monday, 24 August 2015 Written by Laura Johnson

Lightning Bolt, Chelsea Wolfe, Metz and more will play Brighton's new festival, Mutations. 

The two day event will take over various venues around the city on November 28 and November 29. Tickets go on general sale at 9.00am Friday, August 28. 

Also appearing are John Talabot, Josh T Pearson, Tourist, OM, Willis Earl Beal, Ought, Jane Weaver, Natalie Prass, BRNS, Kagoule, Vision Fortune, Blaenavon, All Tvvins, Lowly, Plastic Mermaids, Chastity, Mount Bank, Abi Wade, Sea Bastard, Blacklisters, Foreign Skin and Nature Channel.

Mutations Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Sat November 28 2015 - BRIGHTON Various Venues
Sun November 29 2015 - BRIGHTON Various Venues

Click here to compare & buy Mutations Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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