Ladyfuzz Fest is back for 2019

After the success of the first Ladyfuzz fest in 2018, Ladyfuzz have decided to bring it back for 2019!

Ladyfuzz is a collective showcasing female, non-binary and gender non-conforming creatives and musicians. The past four years they have created a hub that is internationally recognised and has support from the likes of Paramore‘s Hayley Williams and Petrol Girls amongst others.

Brighton’s The Green Door Store will host the second Ladyfuzz Fest across May 3 and 4th. The festival showcases a 100% gender-diverse bill of artists and will kick off on Friday 3rd May with appearances from: Holy Roar Records’ Slow Crush(Belgium), self-proclaimed “black feminist sistah punks” Big Joanie, Brighton alt-punks Sit Down and fuzz-soaked locals Good Guy Clarence.

Saturday is an all-day affair, playing host to London punk witches Dream Nails,Austrian post-hardcore Petrol Girls, lo-fi punks Fresh, outsider indie-punk trio Witching Waves, “post-ironic” fuzz fivesome Flirting, Leicester trashpop four piece Kermes, London punks Molar, garage-rock trio Currls, sparkly bedroom-pop outfit Rosehip Teahouse, and two-piece post-punks Instant Bin.


Elizabeth Birt

April 25, 2019

Band management assistant. Goth princess and lover of all things music and sport.


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