Arts & Culture

Salisbury’s biggest live music gathering is back with a huge New Years Eve lineup including DJ’s to take you through the night into the next twelve months, and featuring some of the best live and local bands to keep the party going.

Bringing the dirty-pop to the party will be Faux, with their catchy riffs and memorable hooks. The Southampton based group are out on tour with Yearbook during December but are squeezing in the New Years festivities, and guarantee to be a highlight of the evening.

Providing the bluesy, country vibe to the evening will be Release the Monkey. The local band of brothers are the only band on the line-up to have a harmonica section, so that’s got to stand in their favour. Everyone loves a good harmonica solo!

Willowen are a trio from Bournemouth who have pioneered the exciting genre of Indie-Quirk Folk. Your guess is as good as ours on that one. Fusing three part harmonies, indie rock ethics and a folky twist, the band has been described as a quirky mixture of folk and Fleetwood Mac.

Also featuring on the night will be Newcombe & Roach and Gypsy Juke Box, so if you want to get your New Year in Salisbury started with style and a riot of good music and good times, you can have it all at Salisbury Arts Centre.