A special concert that’s part of the Warwick Music Festival, celebrating 50 year of the University of Warwick.
Following the success of their critically acclaimed self-titled debut album, Mercury nominated Scottish electro pop band Django Django will be playing their classics alongside new tracks from the eagerly anticipated second album Born Under Saturn.
Django Django will be headlining the University of Warwick’s 50th anniversary golden festival of music, the festival celebrates the diversity of the University’s local community and the campus’s successes since its formation in 1965.
Supporting Django Django will be the American-New Zealand sell-out trio, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and British Jazz-Rock trio Roller Trio.
“Innovative, modern… Django Django are back with a big bang” The Guardian
“Nothing but praise for Unknown Mortal Orchestra” The Guardian
Prior to this performance Hackney Colliery Band will be performing a 90min set by the Koan outside the front entrance to Warwick Arts Centre and Cherrystones will also be DJing in the foyer from 6.30pm throughout the evening, taking inspiration from rock n roll and applying it to hip-hop.
|Fri 22 May||7:30pm|