NEoN at Night is NEoN’s late night end of festival party. Join us to celebrate the end of NEoN 2019 and the power of protest and activism!
Field Music are a band from the North East of England, led by Peter and David Brewis. Since their first album was released in 2005, they have created a large and varied discography from their studio in Sunderland. This has included film scores, collaborations, solo records and a covers album, as well as a run of acclaimed albums of their own songs, the most recent being Open Here in 2018. This performance will see the band pick at the threads of protest and politics through their own work and will include songs from their recent commission for the Imperial War Museum and from “45”, David’s recent album about the current President of the United States. The songs performed will be accompanied by films and projections complied by the band’s guitarist/designer Kevin Dosdale and longtime film collaborator Andy Martin. The band’s lineup features Peter, David and Kevin with Liz Corney on keyboards and vocals and Andrew Lowther on bass guitar.
BAAST are 50% gay and another 50% gay.
Making 100% gay music
Dutty queer fringe dance music based out of Sheffield and the South-West UK.
They will be performing tracks from their forthcoming EP, ‘nature knows no kings’, which focuses on queer party vibes and the catharsis of escaping day to day life as queer people in the UK, drawing from a wide range of our fave styles 2 get down 2. Dancehall and dub meet techno, breaks and club.
BAAST is vocalist and producer Grove, chattin shit on the mic, bringing the vibes, and producer Diessa, looking sexy, being a queer heart-throb.
AFTER PARTY IS FREE FROM 11PM, ENTRY DEPENDS ON VENUE CAPACITY.
After Party featuring:
DJ Wee Beastie
Expect raw soulful lyrics with a bag full of heavy bass lines to get your body moving! Worldly treats chucked in for good measure to keep this spiritual sister floating on high vibrations. Activism sprinkled with love, peace and beats… Dancing shoes are a must!
RHL will be spinning some house, techno and disco to keep the dancefloor jumping until the wee hours. Rebellious beats and powerful grooves to release your inner activist.
Image Credit: Field Music