Frank Turner’s award-winning Lost Evenings returns to London’s iconic music venue, the Roundhouse, on 11–14 May 2018 for another SOLD OUT four-day festival.

Once again the Nick Alexander stage – named after the merchandise manager and long-time friend of Frank who was tragically killed in the Bataclan attack in 2015 – will honour his memory by playing host to some of the best emerging acts all hand-picked by Frank and Radio X’s John Kennedy. As well as a three-act bill for all four evenings, Saturday and Sunday will also host a 4-act daytime bill, giving festival goers a wide and varied selection of new music to discover.

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The Nick Alexander stage lineup is:

Friday 11 May – Frank Turner & the Sleeping Souls (New & Old), Arkells, The Homeless Gospel Choir
Felix Hagan & The Family
Holy Moly & The Crackers
Gabi Garbutt & The Illuminations

Saturday 12 May (daytime)
Beckie Margaret
Jerry Williams
Saachi Sen

Saturday 12 May (evening) – Love Ire & Song 10th Anniversary Performance, The Subways, Emily Barker
Stick In The Wheel
The Pearl Harts
The Tuts

Sunday 13 May (daytime) 
Joe Winter
The Purple Lights

Sunday 13 May (evening) – Sensible Sundays solo acoustic performance, Ginger Wildheart, Sarah Walk
PD Liddle
Joe McCorriston

Monday 14 May – Xtra Mile Recordings label night with Frank Turner's Greatest Hits, Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly., Seán McGowan
The RPMs
Rob Lynch
The Lion and The Wolf

As with last year, in addition to the evening performances, a selection of panels and workshops will also run during the day on Saturday and Sunday, featuring leading industry insiders, musicians, experts and music professionals offering inspiration, insight and advice to audiences. A full line up and programme of events, including panels and workshops will be announced soon.

The inaugural festival hosted over 40 live acts in 5 different venues over a weekend that had community and camaraderie at its core. Sold out months in advance, the crowds packed out each satellite event, the second stage from start to finish and of course coming together each night to share and rejoice in four very different performances from Frank, who had learnt over 80 songs from his back catalogue so songs weren’t repeated. 

"I'm proud that Lost Evenings went so well last year, and excited to be bringing it back to Camden in 2018, bigger, bolder and better. The line-up of artists and panels is going to be amazing. I'll see everyone on the Chalk Farm Road in May."

All tickets for Lost Evenings 2 are now sold out.