The Big Mix Festival confirm 2012 line-up
East London festival on Sunday benefits Macmillan Cancer Support
Chris Swindells - 25 September 2012
The festival in Shoreditch, East London takes place on September 30th from 2pm - midnight,
promising 10 hours of unmissable music, comedy, cabaret and film.
As a not-for-profit charity event, everyone who attends the event will be helping to raise over £25,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support, so they can be in the corner of even more of the two million people currently living with cancer.
Roisin Conaty, Tom Deacon and Matt Green are amongst the comedy acts set to perform across some of Shoreditch's best-loved venues, including Rich Mix, Cargo and The Brickhouse.
The music bill includes Adele’s ‘new favourite artist’, Marques Toliver, and Josh Kumra, who reached number one in the official UK charts this year with the spell binding 'Don’t Go'.
Alessi Laurent-Marke of Alessi’s Ark and Manchester’s soul chanteuse, Josephine, also appear, alongside Chas Hodges, the Cockney rabbiting man with his band, performing all the known and loved Chas & Dave songs.
Festival-goers can also enjoy Hip Hop Karoake, Musical Bingo, short films at Rich Mix and 20% discount at BOXPARK.
Advance tickets are now on sale for just £15, with the first 300 sold including access to a secret after party hosted by DJ The Last Skeptik.
Click here to buy The Big Mix tickets.