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BBC MUSIC ANNOUNCE THE GREAT ESCAPE FESTIVAL SPOT FOR 2018


BBC Music today announced they are once again heading to The Great Escape (TGE) continuing its partnership with the annual festival in Brighton between May 17-19, taking with them BBC Radio 1 and 1XtraBBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Music Introducing.
BBC Music will be providing the best in new music, putting on live showcases in the beautiful Paganini ballroom with ‘6 Music recommends’ kicking off the musical spectacular on Thursday 17th May, starting at 7:15pm with:
  • Australian band Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
  • Johannesburg-via-Doncaster solo artist Skinny Pelembe
  • The glorious mystery that is Whyte Horses
  • Manchester musical explorers Virginia Wing
  • Amsterdam-born singer Pip Blom

BBC Radio 1Xtra will be bringing high energy to Jubilee Square where DJ Target will be broadcasting live on Thursday night (7-9pm) and BBC Radio 6 Music presenter Steve Lamacq takes over the reins on Friday (4-7pm). Both shows will have live music and guests.
As well as providing some of the biggest new names in the UK and some of the best taste makers in the music industry, two special ‘BBC Music In Conversations’ will take place in Brighton’s The Old Courtroom:
  • BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens chats to Richard Russell, recording artist, producer and co-founder of XL Recordings (Thursday 17th May 5:30-6:30pm).
  • BBC Radio 1Xtra’s grime ambassador Sir Spyro chats to Mobo nominee Novelist, who has just self-released his debut album (Friday 18th May 5:30-6:30pm).These 'BBC Music In Conversations' will be open to all delegates and festival goers.
BBC Radio 1Xtra will be bringing high energy to Jubilee Square where DJ Target will be broadcasting live on Thursday night (7-9pm) and BBC Radio 6 Music presenter Steve Lamacq takes over the reins on Friday (4-7pm). Both shows will have live music and guests.
As well as providing some of the biggest new names in the UK and some of the best taste makers in the music industry, two special ‘BBC Music In Conversations’ will take place in Brighton’s The Old Courtroom:
  • BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens chats to Richard Russell, recording artist, producer and co-founder of XL Recordings (Thursday 17th May 5:30-6:30pm).
  • BBC Radio 1Xtra’s grime ambassador Sir Spyro chats to Mobo nominee Novelist, who has just self-released his debut album (Friday 18th May 5:30-6:30pm)).

These 'BBC Music In Conversations' will be open to all delegates and festival goers.
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