This Is Tomorrow Festival is the largest, and most ambitious festival in the North East. Located in the heart of Newcastle City Centre, This Is Tomorrow Festival brings a weekend of pop art, general art and music all together into one sublime package for festival-goers.


Named after an exhibition featuring the late pop artist Richard Hamilton, This Is Tomorrow Festival originally launched in 2018 and hosted at Spillars Wharf, after a successful first outing which sold out, the festival moved to the bigger Exhibition Park site, situated in Newcastle City Centre.


“Across the weekend attendees were treated to a huge arrary of musical choice spread across a gorgeous park. I think the best way to end this is in the words of Noel Gallagher himself – ‘This is an amazing festival, I’ll be back’”


When The Horn Blows

“I actually went to This Is Tomorrow last year and it was great, but this year was excellent.”


Popped Music


Previous headliners have included Catfish and the Bottlemen, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Foals, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, and Stereophonics, whilst the festival is keen to promote the local fizzing talent, with the up and coming Sam Fender, L Devine and more both having made appearances at the festival.


Dates: 25th & 26th May 2018

Artists: Catfish and the Bottlemen, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Everything Everything, Don Broco, Little Comets, Marmozets, Sam Fender, Bou Jumps Ship, Groundculture


Dates: 24th, 25th & 26th May 2019

Artists: Foals, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Stereophonics, You Me At Six, The Vaccines, Johnny Marr, Lewis Capaldi, Nothing But Thieves, Editors, Ride, Glasvegas, Yonaka, Anteros, Bad Sounds, The Pale White, Redfaces, Pip Blom, Whenyoung, Marsicans, Cattle & Cane.


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