Darby Street Live announces massive line-up bursting at the seams with Newcastle’s ‘fantastic talent’photos

LOCAL TALENTS: The Darby Street mini-music festival is set to host a number of local bands and acts, including Tip Jar Song Competition winner Paris Grace. There’s a massive line-up descending on Darby Street this March for a debut ‘micro music festival’, and it’s bursting at the seams with plenty of local talents.

That’s one of the main aims of Darby Street Live and its “intimate settings”, and Lord Mayor Nuatali Nelmes is excited to see the “fantastic talent of the city’s live musicians” showcased.

“Newcastle has always been known for its vibrant live music scene and we are determined for this to continue,” she said.

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“This festival is all about creating great sounds in small spaces, and the range of artists in the line-up means there is something for everyone.”

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Banjo Beats.

Ben Allsop.

Bravo Victor.

Cherry Stain.

Cygan Groove.

Dawn Laird.

DJ Lowblow.

DJ Pureblonde.


Eastside Grammar.


Georgie Jones.

Gillian Redmond.


Jacquie Lomas.

Jye Sharp.

Looseleaf IV.

Mac Da Villian.

Milkmans Daughter.

Paris Grace.



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