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Portals Festival Announce 2024 Line-Up Info Including If These Trees Could Talk, LITE, Enemies & More

October 3, 2023

Portals Festival Announce 2024 Line-Up Info

Including If These Trees Could Talk, LITE, Enemies & More

Get excited and get those tickets well in advance for this stellar line-up for the 2024 Portals Festival.

The post-rock legends from Akron, Ohio will perform their first ever UK show since their inception in 2005, in what will be an exclusive UK performance for 2024. The 5-piece band will headline the main stage on Sunday 26th May.

Also announced are the Japanese instrumental-rock pioneers LITE for their first UK show since 2018, the mesmerising math-rock of Elephant Gym (Taiwan), the recently reformed infectious and danceable math/post-rock of Enemies (Ireland), plus Town Portal (Denmark), Yama Warashi, Midas Fall, My Octopus Mind & qariaq.


TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE HERE

Following the successful expansion into new venue EartH, Hackney in 2023, Portals Festival has dropped arguably their biggest announcement to date.

Festival Founder & Director Asher Kenton comments:

If These Trees Could Talk have established themselves over the past two decades as one of the premier post-rock and post-metal bands in the world. Despite this, they have never previously performed in the UK. Their set at Portals Festival promises to be a sensational moment in UK experimental music history. We’ve been trying to book them since we started Portals in 2015 and are over-the-moon to finally be able to bring them to the UK.

Over 20 more bands, including the Saturday night headliners, are still to be announced for the festival, which takes place on Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th May 2024.

Full list of bands announced:

IF THESE TREES COULD TALK (USA)

LITE (JAPAN)

ELEPHANT GYM (TAIWAN)

ENEMIES (IRELAND)

TOWN PORTAL (DENMARK)

YAMA WARASHI

MIDAS FALL

MY OCTOPUS MIND

QARIAQ

TICKETS

http://portalsrock.com/

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