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The stage times are out for tomorrow's Beat Connection event in Reading

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Published: 12:02 pm, November 22, 2019
The stage times are out for tomorrow's Beat Connection event in Reading

The times are out for tomorrow's Beat Connection event.

The mini-festival will take place across two rooms in South Street Arts Centre, Reading on Saturday 23rd November, hosting sets from John, Talk Show (pictured), TVAM, Yowl and loads more.

Pick up tickets here, if you haven't already, and make note of the following stage times:

ROOM ONE: THEATRE
Meanwhile In Bat Country - 5:30pm - 6pm
Workin' Man Noise Unit - 6:30pm - 7pm
Mellor - 7:30pm - 8pm
JOHN - 8:45pm - 9.30pm
TVAM - 10:15pm - 11pm

ROOM TWO: STUDIO
Cody Noon - 4pm - 4:30pm
CHALK CITY - 5pm - 5:30pm
Mythical Ash Cloud - 6pm - 6:30pm
Despicable Zee - 7pm - 7:30pm
Talk Show - 8pm - 8:45pm
YOWL - 9:15pm - 10pm
doops - 10:30pm - 11:15pm

The stage times are out for tomorrow's Beat Connection event in Reading

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