The second Veritas Festival will be held on the 15th April 2017 at The Woolpack in Doncaster, hosted by the guys over at Veritas Promotions, they have been holding gigs in Yorkshire for just over a year. They have held gigs in the infamous The Parish in Huddersfield, Verve Bar and Santiagos bar in Leeds and their regular event is held at The Woolpack in Doncaster. Just to make the whole day that much sweeter, it’s FREE ENTRY but there will be collection buckets around the festival collecting money in aid of MIND.
The second Veritas Festival has a whole host of amazing acts from up and down the country. As headliners they have the amazing Brawlers, grudge rockers Treason Kings will also be performing at this year’s festival, alongside Birmingham alt rock band Youth Man.
Brawlers made their comeback on the 25th March at Strikeback Festival after a 5 month hiatus which was announced by a couple of cryptic Facebook posts which caused a lot of worry for fans of the band.
Check out Brawlers music video for their new track Hard Work below
You can also keep up to date with Brawlers at the following links
Youth Man are also on the bill for this year’s Veritas Festival, on the back of their European tour with Trash Talk. Youth Man are a band you need to see live just to appreciate them in all their glory.
Check out their video for the track Look/Wait below
Keep up to date with Youth man below
Youth Man Facebook
Youth Man Spotify
Musicology Personal Pick
At this year’s festival we have decided to pick an act we think you should check out, not only for their incredible stage presence but for their unique music videos, their heart pounding basslines and heavy riffs.
Our pick is the outstanding Skull.
These bearded rockers bring their high energy performance and exceptional solos to every single gig they play. With their Doom Blues sound they always leave the crowd wanting more. You can check out the video for their track Lightswitch below:
Make sure you keep up to date with Skull using the following links
Veritas Promotions Facebook
Youth Man Facebook