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The 1-2-3-4 Festival announces the 2016 line up…

Organisers of London’s 1-2-3-4 Festival have announced both its return and the 2016 line up which includes The Cribs, Jesus And Mary Chain, Pins, Bo Ningen, Carl Barat & The Jackals, and Thomas Cohen

The Wytches, PINS, TOY, and Bo Ningen will play alongside established bands such as Gang of Four and Spector.

The festival that started in 2007 showcasing early performances by the likes of Florence and the Machine and Crystal Fighters returns after a short hiatus in a new iconic park setting. 1-2-3-4 has teamed up with legendary event producer Rob Hallett and his team of expert facilitators at Robomagic to build on the 1-2-3-4 cult status and create a new, bigger, better festival experience.

The Jesus And Mary Chain

The now legendary 1-2-3-4 Festival was one of the most important events of the year for the regular London gig goer, fusing the freshest in upcoming bands with some of the biggest contemporary artists of the time. Promoter Sean McLusky started the festival back in 2007 with one plan, to bring together the true originators with the new breed of emerging bands, new artists playing alongside the musicians that inspired them, finding the international artists that still resonate with today’s scene while laying the foundations of the future with the bands of today.

The festivals new park location of Three Mills Island in Bow is completely surrounded by rivers, the site will boast a festival size main stage, big top stages and just added is a pit style new bands stage, with audience surrounding in 360, there will also be secret sessions and surprise guests across the site.

The festival will take place on Saturday 3rd September at Three Mills Island, in London’s East End

Three Mills Island
Three Mill Lane,
London E3 3DU, 12noon – 11PM

Advance tickets are on sale now.

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Phil Newall is 47, from The Wirral - he earns his living not writing about music nor playing music...though sorely wishes he could. He was fortunate enough to see many of the first generation punk bands when they played the U18's matinee shows at Eric's, Liverpool. As an attendee at Eric's he was exposed to punk rock, dub reggae, art rock, and all manner of weirdness; as a customer at Probe Records he was variously served and scowled at by Pete Wylie and Pete Burns - he has written for Record Collector, Whisperin & Hollerin, and Spiral Scratch and wanted to write a book detailing the Liverpool punk scene; however with 'Head-On' Julian Cope beat him to it...and frankly did a much better job.

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