Girls to the Front Festival

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Girls to the Front is back for a third year in Aberdeen on the 20th April kicking off at the Shack before heading down for its second day in Edinburgh. 

It is a two-day annual music festival held in both cities to celebrate and encourage females participating and working in the rock and punk music scenes.  The festival ensures this by making sure all bands performing have at least one female member.

The event will kick off in The Shack, on Justice Mill Lane, at 7pm and will be showcasing the work of women with the music acts and a selection of stalls where local artists and small businesses can sell their creations. 

The festival will be an exciting evening filled with music and art and an amazing atmosphere, it is sure to be a good night.

For more information about the festival click here.

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