Vandebilt, bigfatbig, noyou + more

Live in The Parade Ground
The Fire Station Summer Parties presents
Sun 25 Aug 15:00
Sun 25 Aug
15:00
  • Sun 25 Aug
    Doors open
    15:00
    Start
    15:00
    The Parade Ground

Join us for a full day of some of the best local music at this very special Fire Station Summer Party, headlined by dancefloor masters Vandebilt with special guests bigfatbig and noyou (+ more to be announced).

Formed over a love of dance music, Vandebilt are the ideas of Jordan Miller (songwriter/producer), Joe Collins (singer/songwriter), Jack Wade (drums/producer) and Dan Martin (guitar/songwriter). After a year touring the UK with Smoove & Turrell, the band set about recording their debut album 'The House That Vandebilt,' a French house-influenced record filled with earworms, hooks and synth. 

bigfatbig are a slacker pop-punk band from Sunderland. In 2022, the band released their debut EP "Rockin' and Rollin' and Whatnot" via independent label Daemon TV before joining Martha for a sold-out UK tour and heading out on their own headline tour in 2023. Their energetic live show is the heart of the band, so more gigging and releases than ever are planned in 2024.

noyou are a pop-rock band that blend alternative guitar-driven aggression with a vintage synthetic sheen. Having formed in 2019 and released a steady stream of music since, the lads took some time out in late 2023 to focus on their songwriting and refine their sound. Now they're back in 2024 and on the cusp of releasing a brand new EP, with plenty of shows planned throughout the year to celebrate.

Doors: 15:00 (timings are subject to change)
Location: The Parade Ground, The Fire Station
Tickets: £15
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult

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We're buzzing to announce our upcoming performance at The Fire Station this August. This will be our first headline show of the year on our home turf and a nice comeback after what feels like a brief hiatus. While we've all been busy with personal commitments and other projects, we're excited to share that we have some new tracks nearly finished that we hope to release over the summer.

Vandebilt