Nottingham heavy music festival returns for a second year.
- Mangata Festival is an alternative, all-day music event taking place in Nottingham City Centre on the 15th July.
- The festival takes place across DHP venues Rescue Rooms and Red Rooms on Goldsmith Street.
- Artists include Heart of a Coward, Raging Speedhorn, Mastiff, Red Method, Tuskar, Harbinger and Godeater.
- Local pub the Tap & Tumbler to host a stage of free entry music, with headliner Hundred Year Old Man.
Nottingham, United Kingdom 14/04/2022 alternative music event, Mangata Festival, returns for a second edition on the 15th July, bringing 15 artists over two stages to its new home of Rescue Rooms on Goldsmiths Street.
Headline artists Heart of a Coward and Mastiff are joined by special guests, Raging Speedhorn with support from the likes of Red Method, Tuskar, Harbinger, Godeater and Sugar Horse. Also appearing on the line up include local bands a-tota-so, Azazel, Draconian Reign and Outergods.
Local pub, the Tap & Tumbler, which is a staple in supporting Nottingham’s underground alternative music scene, will host a free entry stage, featuring Hundred Year Old Man, Master Charger and Reckoner, amongst others.
Organiser Laura Pearson says, “After a successful first edition, we’re beyond excited to see Mangata Festival return for a second year. This event is the product of our passion for heavy music, and we’ve curated a line up which we believe reflects the immense talent the UK alternative music scene has to offer”.
Mangata Festival takes place on the 15th July 2023.
The latest updates can be found on Instagram and Facebook @MangataFestival
Tickets are on sale now from www.mangatafestival.co.uk