All Our Tomorrows festival returns online with a weekend of live music.

A diverse exploration of new British talent, All Our Tomorrows returns for a weekend of live music and industry chat.


This weekend (Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th December) All Our Tomorrows returns with two days of live music and conversation, the event is in it’s third year and makes up part of Fred Perry Subculture’s musical output. Broadcasted online, with live performances from a host of acts including Working Men’s Club, Jockstrap and PVA from legendary Oxford Street venue the 100 Club, All Our Tomorrows will also feature in-depth panel talks, podcasts on music production and artist interviews.

With a focus on British music, the event hosts a diverse line up of eight new artists, shedding light on experiences growing up in Britain and how to find and build your identity as an artist. Head over to All Our Tomorrows at the weekend for all the action, the line up is below and you can find the performances here.

Saturday 5th December

Jockstrap (Headliner) – 18:00
Louis Culture – 17:00
LCYTN – 16:00
Bebeluna – 15:00

Sunday 6th December

Working Mens Club (Headliner) – 18:00
PVA – 17:00
Salmon Cat – 16:00
KDvsGoliath – 15:00