The 1234 Festival returns to London with a band and DJ heavy line up that embraces all things new, old, emerging and established, local and international, and quite basically great about music.
Back in 2007 promoter Sean McClusky started the festival with the aim of bringing new and emerging artists to play on the same stages as the musicians who inspired them, connecting the past and present in one festival. This year the one day festival is collaborating with Rob Hallet and Robomagic to do exactly the same, but on a larger scale at their new park site at Three Mills Island, Bow.
Scooping the only headline festival performance from The Jesus & Mary Chain, along with the iconic sound of indie greats The Cribs, rising stars The Wytches and TOY, alongside newer acts Milk Teeth, Nova Twins, Telegram and Blinders, amongst many others, it’s set to be an ideal end to the summer festival calendar.
Limited early bird tickets just £24.95, on sale 9am Friday 13 May through Ticketweb