The Great Escape is the perfect place to see a host of new bands. 50% cheaper and 50% longer than the Camden Queue aka Camden Crawl, this place isn't without the queues but does have one advantage- you will actually get in somewhere!
If you don't want to wait two hours to see your favourite band for the 10th time then just stop in at the nearest venue not at capacity and take a gamble. you never know ...
And the top tip for the next day before it's time to do it all again? Doze off the hangover on the beach instead of in your b&b, then head up to Bills for all sorts of organic and tasty treats. Better than a north london kebab anyday.
Various venues in Brighton.
Massive selection of Belgian beer in bottles and on tap. The food here is excellent, restaurant quality but in a pub, a 'proper' pub at that. This is NOT a bar. Oh, and it has bands/musicians!
105 Southover Street, Brighton
Four weekends of concerts, workshops, music and drama. This year's festival will have Spanish music from both sides of the Atlantic including a Renaissance Ball to celebrate the discovery of the new world and Latin American baroque music from the jungle missions of Bolivia. Plus Bach concertos and a highly original performance of Mozart's Magic Flute.
Brighton, from September 30th to October 29th;
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