20 Jun 2017

Where Are We Now? The Highlights

Relive Where Are We Now?, a festival like no other.

Here are the highlights from a packed weekend.

This festival questioned the status-quo, provoked debate and celebrated some of the finest UK counter-culture.

From the glorious, rip-roaring sets of Charlotte Church and Young Fathers, to the thought-provoking spoken word from Hollie McNish and dub poetry from Linton Kwesi Johnson; from loud, defiant hip-hop from the likes of The Four Owls and Akala, to everything in between, Where Are We Now? urged festival-goers to listen, ask, act.


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