the Winchester

Burn Out

Bournemouth is in for a real treat this November, as Burn Out Festival makes a triumphant return in a smaller format; but by no means does this mean the line-up is any less ambitious. Boasting two days of varied styles, the festival showcases some ferocious upcoming talent on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th November with Feed The Rhino and The Computers headlining each day respectively.

Alongside them are Griever, Create To Inspire, The Hell, Palm Reader, Creeper, Mike Foster, Yearbook and Max Raptor, so understandably this line-up warrants plenty of excitement.

Burn Out

Following an unfortunate decision to cancel last year’s event, this fun-sized edition offers all the quality of last year at a highly affordable rate. Either get your day ticket for £7 or both days for £11 and enjoy the exciting prospect of seeing an array of captivating performances in the intimate setting of The Winchester.

Following headline shows from the likes of The Skints and Lower Than Atlantis at this venue in recent years, this will also be the place to celebrate the birthday of promoter Dom Patience to coincide with the festival.

Get your ticket and keep the Bournemouth alternative scene breathing, it’s the only way we’ll see bands like this visiting our town.

Burn Out

George’s “one to watch”
Griever (Saturday) – They may be opening the Saturday, but that doesn’t mean they’ll go easy on you. Fusing furious breakdowns with the bellowing might of Dave Seymour’s vocal prowess, it’s fair to say that this band will demand your attention from the off. Simply unmissable.

Online Tickets from here

Physical tickets also available from The Winchester and through band members of Griever.

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