The previous festival was a fabulous success showcasing live Yorkshire Music and visual arts.
This year’s festival is going to take place at The SORM Studios, which are located in Little Germany, an area of particular historical and architectural interest in the city centre of Bradford. In its day this bustling hub was the trading heart of the world’s wool and textile industry. These deeply rooted links to the woollen industry and the Shuttle Shuffle name are important to our existence, and more importantly our continuation.
The line-up for this year’s festival is as much about emerging talent as it is about established performers. We pride ourselves on bringing diverse and interesting bills to the heart of the city.
You’ll see an eclectic mix of talent including an African Drum Workshop, Graffiti artists, a DJ workshop, performances by young adults with challenging learning disabilities and Punk legends, The Negatives, billed as the city's first punk rock group. The group formed in the summer of 1978, and this hometown gig will be celebrating their 40th year as a band.
The Shuttle Shuffle is now run as a CIC project and commits its profits to supporting creative and innovative work both within the context of the annual festival and outside, through other partnerships and projects.
This year we have linked up with The White Ribbon UK Campaign which aims to end male violence against women and create safer music events where groping, verbal abuse, assaults and other forms of harassment are eradicated.
The Shuttle Shuffle Festival 2018 will take place on August 25th and 26th.
We’re proud to be Bradford’s biggest and longest running indoor city centre music festival.
The festival offers involvement not only to the musicians and artists performing but also by encouraging everyone that attends to join in.
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