Local live music promoter and record label, Love Thy Neighbour, have just announced they’re bringing back their excellent Tryptich Festival this January to brighten up the coldest and most miserable of months.
Spread across three nights at The Hope & Ruin, from Thursday 17th to Saturday 19th January, this is an excellent chance to enjoy some really great live music with a focus on local talent. Tickets are £5.50 each individual night, or £11 to attend all three. This year’s festival has some great names, many of whom are making regular appearances in the pages (and on the screens) of Brightonsfinest. This year’s acts include Bloom, Heirloom, Hollow Hand, Emma Gatrill, A Lily, Guru, Skinny Milk, Radidas and Winter Gardens.
The excitement doesn’t stop there though – record collectors will be chomping at the bit to get their hands on copies of three limited edition lathe cut vinyl records available at the shows, one for each night and limited to 15 copies each. Any one of the acts they’ve selected could bubble over the top at any minute into wider success, so this really is a chance to bag an exclusive slice of history.
Tickets: £5.50 / £11.00 weekend See Tickets https://www.seetickets.com/event/triptych-2019/the-hope-and-ruin-brighton/1288762