The London festival will take over the iconic, independent venue The 100 Club next month.
All Our Tomorrows, presented by Fred Perry Subculture, returns in September for a three-day celebration of music. Squid, Pozi, Lazarus Kane, and Speedy Wunderground’s Savage Gary and Glows take to the venue on 12 September, while east London singer-songwriter Hak Baker headlines the night on 13 September. Also performing on the second night is Badgirl$, Master Peace, Nayana IZ and Rinse FM’s Emerald.
The final night (14 September) will see rock outfit Black Country head up the revered space. Other artists billed to perform include Pardans, Jerskin Fendrix, Great Dad, Platonica Erotica and Taylor Skye – who’ll be DJing at the event.
The programme will focus on experimentalism across a range of genres, from indie to electro, hip-hop, trap and jazz. The event promises to showcase “the groundbreaking creativity of youth subcultures.” Last year’s event was headlined by Black Midi.
Head to Fred Perry Subculture’s website for more details.