Early Bird tickets at £59 (£55 concessions). SOLD OUT
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A final batch of tickets is due to be released in March 2017, priced at £119 (£108 concessions).
A four-day music festival celebrating the best in Nordic creativity and influence taking over Hull city centre.
Hull goes international as we celebrate the city’s Nordic links in this experimental music festival.
Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter John Grant will curate a brand new, experimental music festival celebrating Hull’s Nordic and international links, while exploring the best in sonic creativity as part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017.
A host of Nordic and international artists are coming to the city over May Day bank holiday weekend, including Icelandic electronic dance collective GusGus, Norwegian multi-instrumentalist, DJ and producerLindstrøm and Wrangler, a project that brings together Stephen Mallinder of Cabaret Voltaire fame, Phil Winter from Tunng and John Foxx collaborator Benge.
North Atlantic Flux: Sounds From Smoky Bay will feature a variety of electronica, contemporary classical, avant-garde and experimental music, as well as one-off collaborations. Venues around the city hosting the festival include Hull City Hall and Gate Nº5, with other venues to be confirmed. More details about performers and shows and what to expect at this major music event will be announced in due course.
Ticketholders will have access to all venues hosting festival events over the four days, subject to capacity at each, but access to concerts will be run on a first-come, first-served basis to maintain a safe capacity. You will need to exchange your ticket for a wristband at one of the festival venues.
We recommend parental guidance for the festival, however some venues will implement an age restriction due to licensing laws.