Over 2000 people expected to attend 2Q Festival this weekend

The event will be held on Saturday 3 November and is the second time the festival will be in Lincoln, having been previously held in Derby.

The inner-city festival will feature over 50 acts. Photo: Gigantic

Headliners include London-based group Public Service Broadcasting, Little Comets and Honeyblood. They will be performing in popular venues around Lincoln such as: The Engine Shed, Lincoln Drill Hall, The Loft, Home and Liquor.

Festival Organiser Emily Nicoll said: ‘Not only is it great for the music scene by creating a platform for local & up-and-coming artists to play alongside some nationally and internationally-known artists, but it also creates a sense of community on the day.’

‘This is supporting local venues and businesses and bringing like-minded people together, to discover new music as well as some favourites.’

The festival has been running since 2016 and was held in Lincoln as well as Derby last year. The headliners were rock group Circa Waves, Peace and Tom Grennan.

Tickets for the event are still available for tier-three tickets, with the tickets costing £27.50 and student tickets costing £20.00. More information on the tickets and full line-up is available here: https://www.2qfestival.co.uk/

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