Returning after a ten year hiatus, Curfew Festival will take over Belfast’s Voodoo and Black Box on Thursday, July 12 for one to mighty, genre-spanning alternative to the Twelfth.
Speaking about the festival, organisers Solid Choice Industries said, “A lot has happened, a lot has changed, but the reasons for it’s existence still hold as true as ever – the want and need to normalise the city of Belfast over the July marching season, specifically the 12th. There is a wide cross section of people across Northern Ireland who would rather spend their day enjoying themselves watching bands, seeing friends and generally hanging out, than marching down roads, protesting on roads, yadda yadda yadda. You’ve heard it all before. Pick a side, pick no side, either way leave it at home and come party like it’s 2002-2008.”
Kicking off at 4pm to 11.30pm at the Black Box, and 5.30pm to 2.00am at Voodoo, tickets for both events are priced at a very reasonable £15. You can buy those here.
Here’s the line-up. And what a line-up.
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