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The Plaza Presents: The DMC 2019 Showcase

  • Soul Soup 109 Irish Street Dumfries United Kingdom (map)
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Dumfries & Galloway's newest roving music venue, The Plaza, is proud to announce the Dumfries Music Conference 2019 Showcase.

Featuring an extraordinary line-up of the finest local and national acts presented in Dumfries' at The Plaza (Soul Soup, 109 Irish Street, Dumfries.)

Tickets Here

Featuring:

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The Lutras

In the past 12 months, The Lutras have twice sold out hometown headline shows at the 350 capacity Venue in Dumfries, alongside rapturous performances at Edinburgh's Liquid Rooms and Glasgow's iconic King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, firmly cementing the foursome as one of Scotland's most-hotly tipped new bands, armed with a new release and a ferocious live set.

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QUICHE

A harmoniously textured, romantically dreamy and adventurously tasteful’ psychedelic pop rock quintet from Glasgow. If you like Mac DeMarco, The Lemon Twigs and Tame Impala then you’ll like Quiche.

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MEGAN AIRLIE

With a voice that traverses the glamour of Judy Garland, with the darkness of Amy Winehouse. Airlie, originally from East Kilbride is setting the Scottish scene ablaze with performances at Wide Days and XPO North as well as the 2018 SAY Awards. This young artist is building a repertoire of songs that will leave you shuddering, spellbound and moved with a classic sound that breaks convention in the most delicate of ways .

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PRUSSIA SNAILHAM

A piano-based musical experience with songs about love, insanity, conversations, life, loss, animals and sarcasm. A captivating performance driven by its melancholic and evocative vocals/melodies, heartfelt and clever lyrics, with dynamic, unpredictable, stabbing percussion throughout… elements of hip-hop, minimalism, blues/jazz and art-pop.

TICKETS: £5

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Earlier Event: 19 October
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