Music |
10th March 2023

Doors 8pm | Tickets £13 | + Support Vacant Weekend | Malt Room Standing

This is a special one-off LOWES hometown show!

This local trio have seen massive success over the past 18 months with numerous tracks receiving ‘Hottest Record’ status and hundreds of spins on Radio 1, Capital FM & Heart, shows at Reading & Leeds Festival & Kendal Calling, plus awards including Dance Vocalist of the Year from Radio 1.

Lead singer, Evie Plumb from Kendal, fast became one of the most sought-after vocalists in the country, following the group’s collaborations with Camelphat, Franky Wah, Sigma and more. She describes LOWES’ music as a hybrid of alternative organic pop, and explorative electronic dance music, citing Florence & The Machine, Robyn, Lorde & London Grammar as key influences.

For this special show, the expanded live band will deliver an explosive and dynamic performance that will tease some of the exciting tracks from their highly anticipated ’23 release project and many of their popular releases from the past few years.

Please note, Brewery Arts will be photographing and filming this event for marketing purposes. For any enquiries, please contact our Sales Team prior to the start time of this event by emailing sales@breweryarts.co.uk or calling 01539 725133. Alternatively, chat to a member of our team when you arrive at the venue.

Please note: this event will be photographed for marketing purposes. There will also be filming taking place during the evening. If you wish not to be photographed or captured on film, please contact us or ask a member of the team or the official photographer on the night.

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10th March 2023

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