It seems hard to believe but the Mouth of Tyne Festival has returned for its 10th anniversary this year, between 9th and 16th July crowds will flock to the event in their thousands.
As normal, Generator Power will be live at the event, providing a range of support solutions, it’s a beautiful location and we’re lucky, we’ll be sat nestled to the priory right on the cliff tops, as you can see by the following images…
If you have never been, the Mouth of Tyne Festival is a ‘celebration of world-class street entertainment, live music and special performances’, that’s the official brief from the programme this year anyway.
This translates to plenty of free street entertainment, a colourful pageant and cultural celebrations, fingers crossed the weather will stay warm and sunny…
The highlight of the event is the musical concerts hosted over the weekend of July 11th – July 13th, crowds are wowed by feature artists and the Modfather of music, Paul Weller will be the headline act this year.
To get you in the mood, we’ve included general info of what you are likely to see and hear this time around in this blog, here’s a brief breakdown of the line-up over the weekend.
Friday 11th July
6pm Doors open
7pm Support artists
Saturday 12th July
6pm Doors open
7pm The Gramotones
8.15pm Paul Weller
Sunday Afternoon in the Priory
12pm Doors open
12.30pm Winner of The Event @ Segedunum
2pm Jen Stevens and The Hiccups
3pm The Neville Staple Band
5.30pm The Brand New Neavies
Whether you like music, street entertainment or whimsical walkabouts, the Mouth of Tyne Festival offers something for everyone, we’ll see you there on Friday, look out for the Generator Power emergency response vehicles!