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NE Volume celebrates its second anniversary with live music event

Teesside music magazine NE Volume is to celebrate its two-year anniversary with a day of live music at the ARC in Stockton on September 9 2017.

NE Volume offers music fans from Teesside and surrounding areas the chance to find out what’s happening in the local music scene.

The magazine, founded by Teesside University graduate Lee Allcock, is one of the north east’s leading music magazines, and is stocked in over 220 locations around the region.

The event will see seven local bands perform to a capacity of 550, making it the biggest event ever hosted by NE Volume.

Headlining the event are Frankie and the Heartstrings, a Sunderland-based Indie band who have previously opened for the Kaiser Chiefs and The Vaccines since forming in 2008.

Joining them are The Lake Poets, also from Sunderland, fronted by Martin Longstaff. The Lake Poets receive regular daytime airplay on BBC Radio 2 and boast over four million hits on Spotify.

Newcastle-based Alt-punk band Boy Jumps Ship are also set to take the stage, offering rebellious anthems reminiscent of Blink 182 and A Day to Remember.

Other bands featuring in the line-up include Glass Caves, Abel Raise the Cain, Talk Like Tigers and Velvoir, making NE Volume’s second anniversary a promising live music event.

If you’d like to go to NE Volume’s second anniversary show, you can book tickets in advance at http://arconline.co.uk/whats-on/music-community/ne-volume-magazine-live for £14.

 

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