The South East’s two day alternative music festival has jumped ship and headed to a new location when it returns this Autumn.
Showcasing a range of talent across alternative music including Punk, Ska, Dub and more, Undercover Festival IV will take place at it’s new home at Brighton Racecourse September 9 and 10.
Festival Organiser Mick Moriarty says: “Undercover Festival is back bigger and better with more stages and bands than ever before at our new home Brighton Racecourse.
“We are pleased to be able to move to Brighton, a city that is renowned for its appreciation of alternative ‘outside the box’ music, and we are proud to add our festival to Brighton’s rich and varied culture."
The festival prides itself on taking an independent and grassroots approach to things, and is determined to be different from mainstream events.
Moriarty said: “We believe the usual run-of-the-mill festivals tend to book bands that in the main are broadly similar – and way too safe! We try for a line up and experience that is something different and appeals to a crowd not catered for elsewhere."
For more information on the line-up and tickets, click here.