Fred Perry’s All Our Tomorrows is going digital this weekend

The two-dayer is being streamed from London's 100 Club


Words by: Felicity Martin

This weekend, Fred Perry is taking its All Our Tomorrows Festival online – and global – for the first time.

Now in its third year, it will showcase some of the best in new British music across two days of live music and conversation, featuring genre outsiders Jockstrap, synth-pop group Working Men’s Club, underground hip-hop riser Louis Culture and more.

Streamed from London’s iconic 100 Club, there’ll also be artist interviews looking at growing up in Britain and building an identity as an artist, plus podcasts on music production, and in-depth panel talks covering music and identity.

Check out the full programme below – which kicks off from 3pm each day.

Saturday 5th December
Jockstrap (Headliner) – 18:00
Louis Culture – 17:00
LCYTN – 16:00
Bebeluna – 15:00

Sunday 6th December
Working Mens Club (Headliner) – 18:00
PVA – 17:00
Salmon Cat – 16:00
KDvsGoliath – 15:00

For more information about Fred Perry’s All Our Tomorrows, head here.