Subterranean festival will return to the Cambridge Corn Exchange this year. The one-day rock and indie festival will take place on September 15 and feature an eclectic mix of touring and local acts.
Indie-alternative Among The Citizens will be performing on one of the four indoor stages, alongside local singer songwriter Tom Lumley. Bury St Edmund’s garage trio Gaffa Tape Sandy will be continuing along their upward trajectory with a slot at the fest. Also on the bill is local classic rock band The Brink, who will be celebrating a freshly-inked record deal.
Joining them on the bill will be: headliners, Ginger Wildheart lead singer of The Wildhearts and Andy Cairns lead singer of Therapy? – currently supporting The Stranglers on tour; Belfast two-piece band REWS; Austin Gold, local blues rock band; winners of Cambridge Band competition, indie and rock band Flint Moore; The Rose Affair, indie/alt band from Cambridge; Alter the Sky, Cambridge based hard rock band; Cambridge Rock Band, False Hearts; Spalding based punk band, I Got Spiders; Cambridge based Metal band, One Less God; rising Cambridge rock band, The Hot One Two; and Cambs-based ‘math-pop/indie’ band, Fes.
The Corn Exchange is set up in a unique format with three stages inside the main auditorium with performances rotating from stage to stage and the audience in the middle of the floor. There is also an additional acoustic stage in the bar of the venue along with shops and stalls.
Tickets are on sale here.