Pembrokeshire’s best local talents come together for one night of eclectic performances!
Over the last few years, local musicians around Pembrokeshire have been lighting up the area with their original and energy-fuelled shows. For the second consecutive year, these artists are coming to the Queen’s Hall to perform in The Future Is Now event, an annual two-stage show that lets the best young artists in the county display their talents.
One of last year’s act’s, EXILES, are making their return to the Queen’s Hall in their biggest show to date. The hard rock group are bringing their energetic metal-esque style to the main stage in an unmissable performance. Haze, a charismatic soft-rock quartet that are equally as cool as they are laidback, will have a set comprising of catchy slacker rock jams. A rock trio with a cutting edge, Flux is a group that oozes confident tunes for the most energetic sections of the crowd.
Waves, an indie-pop explosion with an occasional satisfying hip-hop inspired twist to their sound. A catchy pop group by the name of Orion will be making their first appearance in Narberth, bringing a feel-good set of songs with them. Outlandish rock outfit, Meatstain, will also be performing in their first Queen’s Hall event. Well known DJ Joel OP and new-to-the-scene pop/RnB band Charmer are also on the bill, with the former closing out the night with a long solo set.
Many of the artists in the event have recently brought out new music, including EXILES, Haze, Flux, Meatstain, Waves, all of which can be found through their social media pages. EXILES’ debut EP is to be released in June, as well as Haze who are also releasing new music very soon.
This event will cater for all tastes. Whether it’s rock, pop, hip-hop or EDM, these bands are the future, and the future is now.
Tickets are available now.
They can be purchased here
On the phone 01834 869323 From our box office, Tues-Friday 10am-4pm
Tickets: Advance: £6 (Full/Span Arts Members & Concessions)
Door: £7 (Full/Span Arts Members & Concessions)
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