Burt Bacharach, Monday 9th July

You name it, he probably wrote it. The master of the classic pop song makes a rare appearance to perform his legendary songbook.

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Pink Glove, Sat 5th May

Dalston’s queer indie disco Pink Glove invites the common people to unite and take over Komedia in May.

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Lue, Mon 2nd April

Promising local singer songwriter Lue plays her first show with a full band, bringing a richer version of her dreamy ambient folk to the Hope and Ruin.

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Brighton Beach Comic Con, Saturday 7th April

Meet the stars, snap up some art, and gawp at more cosplayers than you can shake a sword at.

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Lamont Dozier, Sunday 10th June

Legendary Motown songwriter Lamont Dozier is going back to his roots with a show that reinvents his classic hits.

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Hove Grown Festival, 23rd March – 1st April

The grassroots festival returns for its third year, bringing a week of new homespun comedy and theatre to four different venues around the city.

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Angry Girls Zine Launch, Sun 11th March

The Angry Girls Club, a ‘collaborative community of female voices’, launch their latest zine with an exhibition at ONCA.

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Of Empires - Reading Festival 2017 - Brighton Source - Ashley Laurence - Time for Heroes Photography

Of Empires, Sun 4th March

Brighton-based Guernsey band Of Empires are back with new tunes, with support from Arcades and Dead Natives.

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A photo of Franz Ferdinand and Albert Hammond Jr at Brighton Dome

Franz Ferdinand and Albert Hammond Jr, Sun 25th Feb

Franz Ferdinand and Albert Hammond Jr are both telling stories of rebirth in their new albums. They’ll be sharing a stage and mutual admiration when they play Brighton Dome.

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Chris Watson | No Man's Land

No Man’s Land Review

We went for an underwater adventure with Chris Watson at ACCA – an audio celebration of the sounds, rhythms and music of the world’s seas and oceans.

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Brighton Tap Takeover, 27th – 29th April

Over a hundred beers from pale ales to porters, from eighteen breweries, over fifteen city-centre pubs. We’re pretty sure this adds up to a good time.

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Afriquoi, Fri 13th April

Afriquoi bring their inimitable blend of live African dance music to an all night party at Patterns, supported by Tuckshop residents and Baloo.

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Shonen Knife, Saturday 7th April

Japan’s legendary pop punk trio are coming back to Brighton. Do yourself a favour and buy a ticket.

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Amp Fiddler + Abi Flynn, Sat 24th March

The ‘Ghetto Fly’ flies in from Detroit for an exclusive live show in Kemptown’s stunning St Mary’s Church, with support from local songstress Abi Flynn.

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Brighton Festival Preview

The 2018 Brighton Festival programme launched this week. SOURCE was there to take a first look.

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Avalanche Party, Sun 11th March

Avalanche Party roll into town hotly tipped as one of 2018’s most exciting acts. Get to The Hope to see for yourself.

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FemRock Presents…IWD Special, Fri 2nd March

FemRock treat us to emerging grunge/punk talent with Pussyliquor, Best Praxis and Glue, in celebration of International Women’s Day.

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Bad Pond Festival, 27th-28th April

From math-rock to dream-pop, get a free taste of upcoming of Bad Pond Festival with this twenty-two track sampler.

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Captain SKA: Protest Party, Sun 22nd April

Captain Ska present their infectious dance sounds, infused with a little bit of politics, to ACCA. Bring an open mind and dancing shoes.

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Love Supreme Festival, 29th June – 1st July

Another year, another amazing line-up of jazz, funk, soul and international music legends shows that Love Supreme is looking better than ever.

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Jeffrey Lewis And Los Bolts, Sunday 1st April

Anti-folk entertainer Jeffrey Lewis comes to Brighton on April Fool’s Day. No joke. It should be a riot, and tickets have been flying out the door.

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VegfestUK Brighton 2018

Veganism has finally gone mainstream and is now a lifestyle choice of many. Brighton is known for its vegan-friendliness and is about to host its biggest ever vegan festival.

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Diane Cluck, Friday 16th March

Intuitive American new folk healing singer-songwriter Diane Cluck makes a rare visit to the Rose Hill this month.

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Get Down Symphony: Michael Jackson’s Greatest Hits

Bringing the King of Pop’s greatest hits to Concorde 2 for the very first time, this is an exclusive opportunity to get down to MJ as you’ve never heard him before.

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Zara McFarlane, Weds 28th February

Leading jazz vocalist, who has worked with Shabaka, Binker and Moses Boyd makes a welcome return in support of her excellent third Brownswood album.

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