NLC Fest back after six year break

Up until 2018 the Noise Level Critical ‘Rockin for the Children’ Festival was one of the must catch festivals on the underground rock and metal scene. Launched, and headed up by Dave Tonge, of Noise Level Critical, the festival attracted music lovers from across the country to The Maze and raised huge amounts of money for fantastic causes.

NLC organiser Dave Tongue on stage at the festival.

Now, after a six year break, the festival is returning and, with The Maze now sadly no more, will find itself at a new home, The Old Cold Store at Castle Rock Brewery (next to the Vat & Fiddle). The festival will take place on Saturday 12 October and feature a fantastic line up of bands, including many past NLC favourites – including the “world famous” NLC ALL STARS with their original 2015 line up of JJ Watt, Rob Lane, Michael Richards, Keiron Tonge and Richard Shaw. Their set is sure to be one not to miss.

Along with the ALL STARS you can catch the likes of The Midnight Dogs, New Generation Superstars, NG26, The Senton Bombs, Hells Addiction and The City Kids.

Having been closely involved in the festival in previous years, including sponsoring some years, we are really excited to see the return of this festival and look forward to a weekend of all out rock and fun.

Tickets went on sale today (Thursday 9 November) priced at £18 with under 10’s free with paying adult. All under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult and are available here. Make sure to grab yours quick as it is sure to sell out fast.

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