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Stockton’s multi-venue festival, taking place on Saturday 31st March, have already announced they’ll be welcoming the likes of Field Music, Mouses, We Are Scientists and Lightning Seeds to their stages. The announcements will be coming thick and fast over the next couple of weeks, with more bands added to the bill.

ARC will welcome ex-Bluetones front man Mark Morriss, Mancunian punk ‘n’ rollers Twisted Wheel and local indie popsters Llovers; Hartlepool’s Plaza bolster The Georgian Theatre’s line-up alongside lush and emotional soundscapes from Mi Mye, the incendiary Queen Zee, glam/new wave rockers Man & The Echo and homegrown superstar Tom Joshua, with epic post-rockers Abel Raise The Cain opening the show; Ku Bar’s line-up continues to impress, with sublime indie pop courtesy of Cape Cub and psych rock from Hull’s Fire The Unstoppable Force; Newcastle’s psych-electronica band The Old Pink House headline The Vault stage, with Cornwall’s Echo Town bringing a chilled acoustic surf vibe; there’s pop-rock aplenty from Serinette at Musiclounge; off-kilter indie from Napoleon IIIrd at Whole Latte Love, plus a set from ‘Boro rapper Leddie MC.

Tickets cost £22 for the day, available from ARC’s Box Office on 01642 525199 or The Georgian Theatre Box Office on 01642 606525. Online at and


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