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New additions for Beat The Streets Festival WIN! Tickets, local prizes & a piece of Rock City History

January 14th 2019

by Beat The Streets

Charity festival Beat The Streets has today announced the second wave of artists for its 2019 edition. Amongst the new additions is soulful songstress Harleighblu, post-hardcore five-piece Palm Reader, frenetic rockers Haggard Cat, hip-hop MC and producer Juga-Naut and BBC Introducing favourites Gazelle.

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“With now under 2 weeks to go, excitement is building for the event which takes place on Sunday 27 January 2019.”

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