Why not watch our interviews from the day too?
We caught up with Bury Tomorrow, The Defiled and Lower Than Atlantis for a few quick festival questions as they played Hit The Deck. Check out the video and, while you’re at it, see how CtrlAltRock spent their day at HTD!
Only in its second year, Hit The Deck has managed to grapple its way to the very top of the UK day festival scene. Helped by a constantly stellar line up and its home in arguably the UK’s best music venue, how long it will take before Hit The Deck ‘does-a-Slam-Dunk’ and expands all over the country can only be a matter of time. Read more…
Nottingham’s six stage indoor festival, Hit The Deck, have announced their final collection of bands for the big event on 22nd April. The new additions are as follows:
Zebrahead | Lower Than Atlantis | Arcane Roots Autumn in Disguise | Baby Godzilla | The Black and Reds | The Black Youth | Crazy Arm | Crossfaith | Dead Harts | Decade | The Defiled | Don Broco | Hildamay | Mallory Knox | Polar | The Social Club | The Summer Set | With One Last Breath
Ahead of their 2012 event, the organisers of Nottingham’s six stage indoor festival, Hit The Deck, have uploaded a highlights video from last years event, which saw the likes of Underoath, The Blackout, Young Guns, Comeback Kid and many more grace the various stages.
The second wave of bands has now been released for Nottingham’s Hit The Deck Festival in April 2012. The newly announced bands are:
Cancer Bats | Arse Full Of Chips | Bat Sabbath | Bury Tomorrow | Campus | The Dangerous Summer | Heights | I Am The Avalanche | Perry Bryan (Acoustic) | Rolo Tomassi | Spycatcher | Straight Lines | TRC | Verses | William Bailey (Acoustic)
Tickets are on sale now from Alt Tickets and cost £20
One of the most successful day festivals of 2011, Hit The Deck, have begun to announce the line up for 2012. April 22nd 2012 will see some of the best alternative bands take over Nottingham, invading Rock City, Stealth, The Forum, and The Rescue Rooms. Tickets are on sale now from Alt Tickets and cost £20. You can check out the stage splits and set times for the festival here.
Arcane Roots | Arse Full Of Chips | Autumn in Disguise | Baby Godzilla | Bat Sabbath | The Black and Reds | The Black Youth | Blackstorm | Bury Tomorrow | Cancer Bats | Campus | Crazy Arm | Crossfaith | The Dangerous Summer | Dead Harts | Decade | The Defiled | Don Broco | Heights | Hildamay | Imperial Leisure | Junius | Kids In Glass Houses | Lower Than Atlantis | Mallory Knox | Of Mice & Men | Perry Bryan (Acoustic) | Polar | Rise To Remain | Rolo Tomassi | Shadows Chasing Ghosts | Silent Screams | The Social Club | Spycatcher | Straight Lines | The Summer Set | The Swellers | TRC | Verses | Violet | We Are The In Crowd | William Bailey (Acoustic) | With One Last Breath | Wolves Like Us | The Wonder Years | Yashin | Zebrahead
One of the most successful day festivals of 2011, Hit The Deck, have begun to announce the line up for 2012. April 22nd 2012 will see some of the best alternative bands take over Nottingham, invading Rock City, Stealth, The Forum, and The Rescue Rooms. Tickets are on sale now from Alt Tickets and cost £20.
Line-up so far includes the following bands, with further additions expected in the New Year.
Kids In Glass Houses
The Wonder Years
Of Mice & Men
Shadows Chasing Ghosts
We Are The In Crowd
Wolves Like Us
Belgium’s annual Groezrock festival takes place on the 22nd-23rd April 2011. With the line up already boasting the lives of punk legends NOFX, The Descendents, Dropkick Murphys and Hatebreed as well poppunk veterans Saves The Day and The Used. Also featuring reunions from the original line up of Further Seems Forever and Piebald, this year’s Groez is certainly one not to be missed. Tickets go on sale soon so save up some of that christmas money and get festival season started a little early this year! Find out more at http://www.groezrock.be/.
For those who need a bit of a warm up before launching back in to full festival mode, the brand new Hit The Deck festival is taking place over three Nottingham music venues on the 17th of April. Tickets are just £15 for bands such as The Blackout, Cancer Bats, Comeback Kid, Young Guns and many more to be added. For information and tickets, check out http://www.hitthedeckfestival.com.