Rock and indie festival Subterranean to debut at Cambridge Corn Exchange
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Subterranean, a new one-day indoor rock and indie festival, is coming to the Cambridge Corn Exchange this month.
Featuring performances from local talents alongside rising bands, the venue will be set up with three small stages inside the main auditorium with performances rotating from stage to stage throughout the day.
The upstairs bar will host the best in acoustic rock and indie.
Among the bands artists set to play are PINS, Stone Broken, The Amorettes, The Extons, Ducking Punches, The Baby Seals, Goldblume, Mammoth Penguins, Hollowstar and Staycations.
Festival-goers will also have a range of food and drink to sample throughout the event, and there will be time in-between sets to browse the Underground Market, featuring a stall from Cambridge’s Black Barn Records.
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The festival has been co-curated by Neil Jones, operations director for Cambridge Live, local journalist Jude Clarke and Cambridge 105 presenter Tim Willett.
The festival runs from 12noon on Saturday September 23.
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Tickets, £15 in advance, are available from www.cambridgelivetrust.co.uk