CELEBR8.3 AT THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, ISLINGTON MAY 31ST-1ST JUNE

7 MAY 2014

Now in its 3rd year and this time being held in Central London, the final line up for Celebr8.3 can confirm many exclusives:

A one off London performance by Anathema Acoustic. The last performance from Twelfth Night, the first ever live performance by Cosmograf, as well as Theo Travis(Porcupine Tree, Gong, Robert Fripp, Steven Wilson ,David Sylvian & Bill Nelson) joining The Tangent for a special one off performance. An exclusive Live show from Frost*.

Unique acoustic performances by John Mitchell (It Bites, Frost, Arena) and Kim Seviour (Touchstone) on Saturday and Andy Tillison (The Tangent) and Matt Stevens (The Fierce and The Dead) on Sunday. It is also planned to have a number of very special guests from the world of prog performing with both acoustic duos.

Celebr8.3 takes place at Islington Assembly Hall on Saturday 31st of May and Sunday 1st of June.

Doors Open at 1.00pm, with performances starting at 2.00pm. The full lineup in order of appearance is:

Saturday May 31st
Twelfth Night
Thumpermonkey
Karmakanic
Anathema Acoustic
The Tangent
An acoustic performance by John Mitchell and Kim Seviour will take place between 6.30-7.30 at The Vineyard opposite the venue.

Sunday June 1st
Galahad,
Sanguine Hum
Cosmograf
The Fierce and The Dead
Frost*
An acoustic performance with Andy Tillison and Matt Stevens will take place between 6.30-7.30 at
The Vineyard opposite the venue.

The Tickets
Weekend tickets are available from www.themerchdesk.com at £75.00 or £95 for a Celebr8 Gold supporters package (including a unique T shirt and programme).

Websites & Contacts
The new Celebr8 website is at www.celebr8live.com
Information is also available at www.houseofprogression.progzilla.com
For further information please contact either:
Jon Patrick – email twangshow@hotmail.com or Geoff Banks – email geoffbanks@hotmail.com

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