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The Road To The Great Escape is coming to Glasgow and Dublin in 2020

Featuring up to 30 emerging artists across multiple venues, they'll perform before making their way to Brighton next May.
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Published: 10:20 am, December 10, 2019
The Road To The Great Escape is coming to Glasgow and Dublin in 2020

The Great Escape is taking to the road in 2020, for two warm up events.

The Road To The Great Escape will take place in Glasgow (9-10 May) and Dublin (11-12 May) in the days leading up to the main Brighton event, which is held between 13th and 16th May 2020. Featuring up to 30 emerging artists across multiple venues, they'll perform before making their way to the south coast.

The line-up for the two new legs will be revealed in January of next year, when tickets will go on sale.

The Great Escape itself will play host to over 450 up-and-comers across over 30 Brighton venues. Tickets are on sale now.

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