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Fri 14 - Sat 15 Jun 2024

Brighten The Corners Festival 2024

On at the Various Ipswich Venues


  • Music



Weekend ticket - £54 / Friday - £30 / Saturday - £35*

*A 10% per ticket booking fee applies.


The weekend ticket is valid at all venues but does not guarantee entry due to varying capacities at venues.


Please note: Ipswich Theatres is acting as a ticket agent for this event, selling on behalf of the promoter Brighten The Corners.


Friday 14th June – 5pmFree live music starts on the Cornhill earlier in the daySaturday 15thMusic starts 2pm

Run times & Intervals

Event finish timeSaturday 14th 2am & Sunday 15th 2am

Age guidance

U14s must be accompanied by a fully paying adult (18+)

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Advance sales are now closed. Tickets can be purchased over the weekend from Ancient House (10am until 9pm on both days)

Multi-venue festival Brighten The Corners returns to Ipswich this summer on Friday 14th & Saturday 15th June 2024 with headliners Ibibio Sound Machine and shame along with 70+ artists across the line up over 5 stages.

Friday headliners Ibibio Sound Machine are known for their jubilant live shows and are inspired in equal measures by the golden era of West-African funk & disco and modern post-punk & electro. 

Saturday headliners shame are a bracing South London post-punk band with a passionate, political viewpoint, who have risen to fame over the past decade for their angst-driven anthems. 

The full list of names announced to date includes Alexis Taylor DJ, Art School Girlfriend, Borough Council, The Brackish, Bricknasty, C Turtle, Chartreuse, CLT DRP, Coach Party, Dave Okumu & The 7 Generations, Deb Googe, deep tan, Divorce, Donna Thompson, Ebbb, En Attendant Ana, Folly Group, Free Love, Girl Ray, HONESTY, Ibibio Sound Machine, Jay Prince, JIM, Lambrini Girls, Man/Woman/Chainsaw, mary in the junkyard, mui zyu, The Mysterines, Nabihah Iqbal DJ, NeOne The Wonderer, The Orielles, plantoid, Prima Queen, Sam Akpro, shame, SØWT, Tapir!, TATYANA, Theon Cross, Too Many Things, Trout, Ugly, Whitelands, Yoni Mayraz.

The multi-venue festival will take place across BTC-run venues The Baths, St Stephen's Church and The Smokehouse, plus Ipswich Corn Exchange and the outdoor free stage on the Cornhill.

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