Labour Party Launches New Music Festival for 2018
The first artists have been announced for The Labour Party’s Labour Live music festival, which is set to take place on Saturday 16th June.
Tottenham’s White Hart Lane recreation ground is the venue for the one-day event, which promises speakers from across literature and politics, plus campaign training, food and drink, and kids’ entertainment.
The Magic Numbers, Rae Morris, Jermain Jackman, DVTN, Sam Fender, Reverend And The Makers, Nia Wyn
Jeremy Corbyn, Kate Osamor, John McDonnell
Tickets for Labour Live are on sale now!Join us for a jam-packed day of music, art and politics on 16 June ↓www.labour.live
Tickets for the festival are now available for the following prices:
Full Price Day Ticket: £35
Low Wage/ Unwaged Ticket (For anyone earning less than £20,000 a year): £30
Youth Ticket (14 – 18): £10
Child Ticket: FREE
The festival arrives one year on from Corbyn’s appearances at Wirral Live and Glastonbury, the first of which saw the Labour leader introduced by Reverend And The Makers ahead of The Libertines’ headlining slot at Prenton Park, the home of Tranmere Rovers FC.
NextFest were on hand to capture the speech, which inspired the famous ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn‘ chant that would become a major theme of the 2017 general election. You can check that out in ultra-HD below.
This was followed by an appearance on Glastonbury‘s Pyramid Stage alongside Micheal Eavis, having been introduced by American hip-hop duo Run The Jewels.
Will we see another Run The Jewels X Jeremy Corbyn X Micheal Eavis collab? We shall find out this June.