Fortune Promotions has decided to use this Opportunity to take part in this years Oxjam Takeover for the first time, we have decided its our time to do our bit for charity by hosting a one night unsigned festival showcasing Scottish talent. The event is to raise money for Oxfam and it is our goal to raise £800 for the night. The event is called Oxjams Fortune’s Unsigned Festival with Fortune Promotions. This event is taking place in Edinburgh between Bannermans Bar and The City Cafe hosting 18 of the finest unsigned bands from across scotland (Dundee, Glasgow, Falkirk and Edinburgh) including Aperture, Sonic Hearts Foundation, Kung Fu Academy, Fuzzy and the Peaches, The Directors, My Electric Love Affair, In A Dollhouse and Jen & The gents, all for £7 a ticket thats 0.38p per band now who can argue with that tickets are available from Ticket Scotland. The event will be taking place on Friday the 19th of October at 6pm with The Dirty Suits kicking things off. All of the details are link below ( set times, bands taking part and locations of the acts)
EH1 Live is back with an almighty bang, showcasing some of the very best unsigned Scottish bands, this year’s festival takes over Edinburgh on Sunday 16th September with over 40 unsigned acts playing at the the Liquid Rooms, Cabaret Voltaire, Electric Circus, Sneaky Pete’s and Whistle Binkie’s.
The eclectic line up includes tipped for the top The Imagineers, Davey Horne, Modern Faces and headliners The Phantom Band.
The one day events also celebrates the capital’s fantastic live scene with local heavyweights The OK Social Club, The Stagger Rats and troubadours Jack Rowberry, Greg Pearson and Callum Beattie.
Feast will also be looking forward to catching Leicester’s The Lysergic Suite who are by all accounts fantastic live, a heady mix of driving synths and psychedelica, and Edinburgh’s The Gold Lions who will definitely get you in the festival mood with their blend of dirty garage-blues.
The lineup highlights some of the very best in unsigned talent, and all for a mere £18, and we’ve all got a Monday holiday as well!