Concert: Public Service Broadcasting
Saturday 7th October 2017
Lost Weekend is delighted to announce Public Service Broadcasting as the headliner for Lost In Music's multi-venue event across Exeter on the afternoon and evening of Saturday, October 7. Performing at the amazing, gothic Exeter Cathedral, Public Service Broadcasting's spellbinding show will be the highlight of a full programme of music featuring more than 40 bands across 10 stages.
Public Service Broadcasting is the corduroy-clad brainchild of London-based J. Willgoose, Esq who, along with drumming companion Wrigglesworth and multi-instrumentalist JF Abraham, is on a quest to inform, educate and entertain audiences around the globe. The band’s mesmerising live audio visual transmissions see them weave samples from old public information films, archive footage and propaganda material around live drums, guitar, banjo and electronics. They teach the lessons of the past through the music of the future – beaming our past back at us through vintage TV sets and state of the art modern video projection devices.
£25, available from Exeter Phoenix Box Office, 01392 667080 or book online.
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About Lost in Music
Around the city, Lost in Music will include performances from Dutch Uncles, Denzel Himself, Big Zuu, Mise En Scene, Muncie Girls, Eliza and the Bear, Zion Train, Tiger Lion and much, more though out the night. 'With a roaming wristband ticket, visitors can get exclusive access to six venues including Exeter Cathedral, the Chapter House, Exeter Phoenix and The Cavern Club. There are also three free stages for everyone to enjoy. In all venues apart from the cathedral the music starts at 2pm
The Lost Weekend Festival
Lost In Music is part of the Lost Weekend Festival of music, tech, art, film and talks across various venues in Exeter city centre on the weekend of October 6-8. The music programme also includes other stand alone events such as Wildwood Kin playing at the Cathedral on Friday, October 6, and a music conference at Exeter Phoenix on the same day. Festival partners include Exeter City Council, the Met Office, TEDx Exeter, Kaleider, Exeter Phoenix and the Cavern Club.