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Re: Indietracks announcements: 24-26 July 2015

Posted: Thu Apr 23, 2015 00:21
by humblebee
Always good to see a Green in the line-up. Thankyou again, Team Indietracks. This is looking ENTIRELY delightful.

Re: Indietracks announcements: 24-26 July 2015

Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2015 22:00
by Nat
Just a quick reminder that our cheaper early bird tickets are only available until 5pm on Sunday 3 May.

Adult weekend tickets are £7 cheaper if you buy them by Sunday, so please pick up a bargain while you can! Weekend and single day tickets are available by calling the railway direct on 01773 747 674 or visiting our tickets page: http://www.indietracks.co.uk/tickets

We’ve a fantastic line up this year, with dozens of amazing bands, steam train rides, art and craft workshops, museums, real ales, fine foods and owls. We’ve already announced some of the day splits for the bands, as follows:

Friday 24 July: Cinerama, The School and Fever Dream
Saturday 25 July: The Pains of Being Pure At Heart, Colleen Green, The Wave Pictures, Desperate Journalist, Tigercats and Steven James Adams
Sunday 26 July: The Go! Team, Martha, Euros Childs, The Darling Buds, Laetitia Sadier, The Tuts and Catenary Wires.

We’re really looking forward to this year’s festival, and hope to see you in July!

Re: Indietracks announcements: 24-26 July 2015

Posted: Thu Jun 11, 2015 19:11
by Andy...
We’re very excited to reveal the stage times for this year’s festival. Please visit the following page to see which artists are playing when:
http://www.indietracks.co.uk/schedule/

We’re also pleased to add a few final artists and DJs to the bill: Grubs, Laura K (from Tigercats), Don’t Falter DJs, Spinning Yarns DJs and Some Like It Pop DJs!

On this year’s schedule we’ve staggered out the final couple of bands a bit more on the main stages. It should mean that you can see our indoor and outdoor headliners, plus our penultimate outdoor artists, without them clashing. So hopefully more people can enjoy these bands, and of course there’s also all our train rides, nice foods, real ale, merch tent entertainment, owls and railway attractions to enjoy. We’ll see how it works this year, and please drop us a message after the festival to let us know your thoughts.

Re: Indietracks announcements: 24-26 July 2015

Posted: Thu Jun 11, 2015 21:43
by lloydybwoy
We're so chuffed to be asked to play some Sunday night tunes for you all! Come and see us in the Marquee, we're nice people. Plus it's Kelly's birthday so we'll be having a right ol' knees up.

Re: Indietracks announcements: 24-26 July 2015

Posted: Fri Jun 12, 2015 08:28
by a layer of chips
The indoor stage on Saturday is hit after hit after hit.

Re: Indietracks announcements: 24-26 July 2015

Posted: Fri Jun 12, 2015 09:25
by humblebee
Don't Falter at the end is such a good call. That'll be aces. Can't wait!

Re: Indietracks announcements: 24-26 July 2015

Posted: Thu Jun 25, 2015 11:40
by Andy...
Today we’re releasing a sparkling 49-track compilation featuring bands playing at this year’s Indietracks.

All proceeds will go to the Midland Railway Centre; the steam railway charity in Derbyshire where our festival takes place every year.

The compilation ranges from upbeat pop and electropop to fuzzy guitar punk and acoustic folk. It includes well-known artists such as The Go! Team, Cinerama, Lætitia Sadier, The Wave Pictures, The Darling Buds and Euros Childs, alongside today’s most exciting new bands including Martha, Desperate Journalist, Tigercats, Tuff Love, The Fireworks, Ralegh Long and The Tuts.

The Indietracks 2015 compilation is available to download and buy now from: https://indietracks.bandcamp.com/album/ ... ation-2015

It costs a minimum of £3 to download, but extra donations will be very much appreciated by the Midland Railway charity. Please be generous if you can - thank you!

Re: Indietracks announcements: 24-26 July 2015

Posted: Thu Jul 09, 2015 15:53
by Andy...
With thanks to Alice for putting everything together, we've now revealed this year's art and craft workshops.

We’ve everything from toy animal making, bunting and flash fiction to quizzes and speed dating. There’s something for everyone, including lots of family-friendly sessions. Here's the details:
http://www.indietracks.co.uk/indietrack ... workshops/

Re: Indietracks announcements: 24-26 July 2015

Posted: Thu Jul 09, 2015 16:29
by gareth go ape
And here's the facebook event page for the pop quiz, for people who are into that sort of thing!
https://www.facebook.com/events/1184070481619243/