October 18 - October 20
Wild Paths is a multi-venue, city-wide music festival in the heart of Norwich; a weekend of events taking over all of the city’s best-loved music venues and showcasing an eclectic mix of emergent and established artists.
There’ll be music from the likes of Jose Gonzalez, Simian Mobile Disco (DJ), The Magic Gang, Franc Moody, Crazy P (DJ), Yazmin Lacey, Ruby Rushton, Black Honey, Demob Happy, Anna Meredith and many more.
Alongside the music there’s also Wild Paths themed after-parties, drinks and networking events, open bowling parties, live art installations and discussion panels (featuring artists and key figures from the music industry – such as Radio1’s very own Phil Taggart).
You can treat your tastebuds at local food pop-ups scattered across the festival site and wet your whistle with an exclusive Wild Paths beer, a Wild Paths cocktail or even a signature festival roast (coffee).
All brought to you by the best local independent retailers.The festivals mission is to bring artists of national and international notoriety to Norwich, and to shine a spotlight over the city and all the talent that resides here.
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- Just to be clear we promote LIVE entertainment: Music, Theatre, Comedy & Dance. We do not list charity or community sales, country fairs, craft workshops, discos, DJ sets, exhibitions, film, karaoke, quiz nights, walks, tours or sporting events.
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