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Glastonwick Festival

Church Farm, Lancing

Glastonwick 2024, the 27th Beer, Music, Poetry & More Beer Festival

As ever, beer guru Alex Hall will be sourcing 60+ beers from small independent breweries local and national, many of them brewed specially for us. There will be local cider and perry, good food with vegetarian options and, of course, the legendary convivial Glastonwick atmosphere. Bring it on. Fractured open Glastonwick on the Friday evening.

from £70 + booking fee

Cellar Dweller 3

The Brunswick

Burn up the old, ring in the new, Cellar Dweller 3! Get down! Come through the Portal to the Brunswick Cellar Bar for a multi-sensory extravaganza of Skronk, psychedelic rock, Burlesque, punk, DJ, light show and perfume!



2 guys + odd time signatures + immature lyrics from Peterborough UK: All hail the Dodo!


Punk band from Brighton, with a bit of wit.


Madame Crumpet international rock n roll show girls . You get what’s on the tin open it and you get sexy silly Shazam and shizzle


Often found in cellars, the Qwarks provide a pulsating set of skronk refined for the psych-rock-punk-ready-salted community/ pidgeon-hole




Robber Byker, bassist extraordinaire from Gaye Bykers on Acid and psychedelic Disco-anarchist rave DJ producer will be spinning some vinyl delivering an eclectic set of aural delights.

£8 + booking fee

Fractured + The Jackdaw

The Komedia, 44-47 Gardner St, Brighton

Fractured launch their much anticipated new album, Cracking Up. Expect lively renditions of the spiky pop songs that populate this new work, full of observations on growing up, health, the political issues of our time, and the odd bit of gardening. The Jackdaw provide indecently excellent support with a riotously energetic performance guaranteed. A night of pop punk perfection awaits. This event is generously priced to reflect the current cost of living crisis.

£6 + booking fee


The Fallen Leaves + Fractured

The Prince Albert, 48 Trafalgar Street, Brighton

Punk pop perfection with The Fallen Leaves featuring Reverend Rob Green, original Subway Sect guitarist Sir Robert Symmons, Gareth 'Mountbatten' Evans and Brett 'Buddy' Ascott from The Chords. What do they sound like? 'Punk / Mod / Garage / Beat. If you can imagine a cross between The Who and The Ramones you might get somewhere close….'

Support from post-ironic, post-punk, post-everything group Fractured.

£10 + booking fee