We’re crossing all our fingers that music events will return in 2021 and one of the must attend events is sure to be Forgotten Futures, at Attenborough Arts Centre in May.
Organised by the Robot Needs Home Collective, Forgotten Futures will present a musically diverse programme of artists for a full day of immersive performances in spectacular environments within Attenborough Arts Centre’s hall, galleries and studios.
A vibrant mix of music and visual art – whether created simultaneously, responded to, or forming the backdrop for each other. Organisers are aiming for Forgotten Futures to be an ‘accessible’ experimental event – challenging but without pretence. Interesting, but still exciting.
First acts to be announced for the event include:
ALLATSON / WOODHEAD DUO CHIEF SPRINGS
PEOPLE NEED GOALS
& MORE TO BE ANNOUNCE
There will also be specially curated spaces from
COURTNEY ASKEY & NANCY DAWKINS, LEONIE DUBARRY-GURR and INTERACT DIGITAL ART
Given the uncertainty around live events Forgotten Futures is offering general admission and also streamed tickets, which are for anyone who, for whatever reason, isn’t able to attend and experience the event in person. If it’s not safe for the ‘In Person’ element of the festival to take place in a workable form, all General Admission ticket holders will be offered at least a partial refund, and the event will become completely online, with streams of as much of the programme as practically possible, offered to the highest quality we are able.
Making the event as accessible as possible for all attendees is a huge priority for the organisers and more can be read about this via the event website.
General admission and streamed tickets are on sale now.