Fresh off the back of our biggest party yet, Dork’s Night Out is heading home and away this September, with a pair of special shows.
Two days, two cities, and some of the most exciting new bands around, we’ll be at London’s Colours Hoxton on 13th September, then Manchester’s Deaf Institute a day later on 14th September.
As for ‘the bands’ – we’ll be joined on both dates by Hastings’ hype-hogging trio Hot Wax. Gathering up column inches and playlist placements at the sort of pace that screams ‘big 2024 ahead’, they’re a raw, rambunctious gang who know how to make a show go off. Their debut EP, ‘A Thousand Times’, showed huge promise, and live they’re even better. Promise.
The Rills are no slouches, either. The up-and-coming-and-also-brilliant indie legends in waiting will be joining us on both shows, arms full of future anthems. The bill will be rounded off with yet more fresh talent – in Manchester with Bandit, and with a London guest we’ll tell you about in the coming weeks. Keep your eyes open for that.