Thirsty Scholar announces a real eye opening new music line-up for this years Festival for music lovers by music lovers.

Working in conjunction with the charity Help Musicians UK and sponsored by Talent Banq, the festival brings focus to upcoming music artists, supporting them through a sometimes difficult and over populated industry.

“I am passionate about bringing great new music to the stage and making sure that the artistic voice of our generation is heard,” said Connor Jones of Thirsty Scholar Festival.

The festival will be held at The Thirsty Scholar (1pm – 7pm) & 229 The Venue (6pm – 1am), Great Portland Street, 1pm – 1am, on the 24th March 2018. Tickets from £3 – £10.

“I love all music ranging from metal to Japanese pop and everything in between, so you’ll find an eclectic mix of the best talent in London across our two stages,” said Jessica Moore of Thirsty Scholar Festival.

The line up includes: Hayes & Y, Jack Found, Floral Schoppe, Projekt, Andrea Di Giovanni, Lavz, Dakota Sixx, Thibaut Bernier, Carl Orlander, Longy, Nuala, Mara Daniele, Cloudy Galvez, Isla Wolfe, Diamantina, Emma Rapp, The Trusted.

Many of the acts are already making waves in the music industry, appearing on BBC Introducing, BBC radio London, BBC radio 6, Represent Radio, NME, BBC 1’s All Together Now, ITV’s This Morning, performing at O2 venues, Sofar Sounds events.

“I’m so excited to be part of the Thirsty Scholar Fest, I think its so important for up and coming musicians to be seen and heard, and have the chance to reach out to new audiences! TSF is definitely giving new artists a fun and new platform to strive on!” said Dakota Sixx, Artist.

Formed in November 2017, The Thirsty Scholar fest team is made up of three musicians who are about to graduate from one of London’s top universities.

The festivals place in the community is to showcase much loved artists at a price that is inclusive to all, but primarily aimed at music students or students who are music fans.

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