Firetrap x Spindle take over Brighton’s legendary Pier venue Horatio’s Bar for a free entry all-day Great Escape Festival showcase on Friday 15th May.


Bringing over 13 live acts from around the world and featuring some of the freshest up-and-coming music talents from across The Great Escape Festival, they’re providing intimate performances and amazing prize giveaways from their sponsors throughout the day in this infamous end-of-the-pier venue from midday right into the night. What better place to watch the sun set than whilst listening to some of the best new music talent at the festival?

Entry is FREE by RSVPing at this link for a wristband. Already existing Great Escape wristband holders are eligible for entry.

Live sets on the day come from high-energy established bands and a generous serving of some of Spindle Magazine’s hotly tipped ‘Ones To Watch’ talents. The performances span across the length and breadth of the musical landscape and genres of today’s best emerging artists.

Firetrap champions the best in new music talentthat celebrates style, culture, attitude and inspiration from the diverse sights, sounds and flavours that define today’s Lifestyle.

Spindle provides a creative outlet for writers, designers, artists, stylists, photographers and filmmakers from around the world and regularly hosts events bringing the ethos of the magazine to life. This Great Escape Showcase will be no exception, free entry wristbands are set to disappear fast, so grab yours quick and we’ll see you on the pier!

Set times

Josh Barry (Uk) - 12.00 - 12.20

Alpha Celeste (Uk) - 12.50 - 13.10

Matt Woods (Uk) - 13:40 - 14:00

Bloom Twins (Ua) - 14.30 - 14.50

Jack & Elliza (Usa) - 15.20 - 15.40

Jp Cooper (Uk) - 16.10 - 16.30

Syron (Uk) - 17.00 - 17.20

Young Kato (Uk) - 17.50 - 18.10

Sunflower Bean (Usa) - 18.40 -19.00

Avec Sans (Uk) - 19.30 - 19.50

Longy (Uk) - 20.10 - 20.30

Remi (Aus) - 21.00 - 21.20

Is Tropical (Uk) - 22.00 - 22.45

Dry The River (Uk) – 23.15 - 23.50

Friday 15th May 12pm - 12am Horatio’s – Brighton Pier.