Stage and Times Announced for XpoNorth 2019

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Who’s playing where and when at XpoNorth 2019 over the 3rd and 4th of July.

Wednesday 3rd July 2019

Ironworks Venue

19.30-20.00: The 101
20.30-21.00: Broken Chanter
21.30-22.00: Megan Airlie
22.30-23.00: Keir Gibson
23.30-00.00: The Roov

Hootananny

20.00-20.30: Moonlight Zoo
21.00-21.30: Quiche
22.00-22.30: The Sea Atlas
23.00-23.30: THE WOODS

Mad Hatters

19.30-20.00: James Leonard Hewitson
20.30-21.00: Lunir
21.30-22.00: Mark McGowan
22.30-23.00: Wuh Oh

The Market Bar

20.30-21.00: Fabric Bear
21.30-22.00: Pure Grief
22.30-23.00: Run Into the Night

The Phoenix

20.00-20.30: Echo Machine
21.00-21.30: False Friends
22.00-22.30: Zoe Tait
23.00-23.30: Emme Woods

The Tooth & Claw

19.45-20.15: Elisabeth Elektra
20.45-21.15: Folda
21.45-22.15: Mt. Doubt
22.45-23.15: The Strives

PentaHotel

19.30-20.00: Hamish Hawk & The New Outfit
20.30-21.00: SHEARS
21.30-22.00: Cara Rose
22.30-23.00: Scholesy
23.30-00.00: Annie Booth

Thursday 4th July 2019

Ironworks Venue

20.00-20.30: Fauves
21.00-21.30: Chuchoter
22.00-22.30: The Dazed Digital Age

Hootananny

20.00-20.30: Youth Team
21.00-21.30: Spoke Too Soon
22.00-22.30: Savage Mansion
23.00-23.30: Mark Sharp & The Bicycle Thieves

Mad Hatters

19.30-20.00: Goodnight Louisa
20.30-21.00: Ükku
21.30-22.00: Ivy Flindt
22.30-23.00: Walt Disco
23.30-00.00: WHɎTE

The Market Bar

20.00-20.30: Calum Jones
21.00-21.30: Amy Lou & The Monday Club
22.00-22.30: Sam Cain
23.00-23.30: Pleasure Heads

The Phoenix

19.30-20.00: Russell Stewart
20.30-21.00: Lizzie Reid
21.30-22.00: Solareye
22.30-23.00: GHØSTWRITER
23.30-00.00: LaKyoto

The Tooth & Claw

19.45-20.15: Swim School
20.45-21.15: Shredd
21.45-22.15: Hannah Slavin
22.45-23.00: Andy Williamson

PentaHotel

19.30-20.00: Emiah
20.30-21.00: Roddy Johnson
21.30-22.00: Scarlett Randle
22.30-23.00: Mike Vass
23.30-00.00: Luke La Volpe

Check out our previous XpoNorth coverage

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Chris Lemon
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