13 Jun 2019
Wild Paths - a new city wide music festival coming this October
Who says festival season has to be exclusive to summer? Prolong your summer vibes with Wild Paths festival.
In the heart of Norwich, the multi-venue music festival powered by independent businesses will illuminate the creativity and talent across the city. All venues will be in walking distance from each other.
Shining light over the city and showcasing emerging and established music artists that reside in Norwich, the pre-festival warm-up party will be hosted at Norwich Arts Centre on the evening of Thursday 17th!
So prepare for a weekend full of events taking over the city’s most loved music venues, themed after-parties, drinks and networking events, including live art installations and discussion panels, featuring artists and key figures from the music industry.
Rosie Lowes A Colours Sessions says it all - a stamp of approval for any artist in the industry. Her symphonious sound mixes electronic, soul and jazz to showcase her strong and impressive vocals.
All the way from Australia the quartet’s indie-pop genre set them up as an independent group that refuses to go unnoticed. Having dropped their third album earlier this year, the group will be joining us as Wild Paths to celebrate their talent and music which encapsulates topics of identity, sexuality and spirituality.
Celebrating national talent, Wild paths welcomes Etta bond. With vocals that hit deep in ‘Surface’ and ‘Let Me Hit it’ and tracks with American singer SiR, Bond’s impressive sound sets the tone for a successful career. She's an upcoming artist to watch out for!