31.05.2017 News Blog en

Lost in Music releases first artists for 2017

LOST IN MUSIC RELEASES FIRST ARTISTS FOR 2017

Multi-talent SAARA confirmed as headliner

Tampere city and showcase event, Lost in Music Festival has finally released it's first performers with another 50 performers saved for a later release.

The festival has confirmed multi-talent musician, singer, actor and TV-presenter SAARA as the headliner. Along with SAARA other bigger names announced for the festival include Nuclear Blast's BATTLE BEAST, Finnish rock & rockabilly band FRANCINE, very popular export artist SATELLITE STORIES, indie-rock newcomers THE HOLY as well us up and coming artists like the violent-poppers BLIND CHANNEL and electronic newcomer PERTTU.

Festival wristbands come on sale tomorrow at 9am from Tiketti starting from 45€ / 35€ students.

Full lineup as of 31.5.2017:
SAARA
Arttu Lindeman
Battle Beast
Satellite Stories
Francine
Vesta
Teksti-Tv 666
The Holy
Blind Channel
One Desire
Perttu
Kynnet
Missikisat
Sara
Lighthouse Project
Demonic Death Judge
Dallas Kalevala
Vorna
Tamzene (UK)
Tomin (Nor)
Loud Lights
Mara Balls
The Lieblings
Apina
Amendfoil
Serot

+ many more to come!

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FRESH INTERNATIONAL TALENT AT LOST IN MUSIC

Lost In Music provides new acts a platform to showcase their skills for Finnish audiences and industry’s tastemakers alike. Norwegian Oakland Rain and The Attic Sleepers, hailing from Denmark, perform at the festival as a part of international Excite (Exchange of International Talent in Europe) program.

Excite program supports talent exchange between participating countries and thus gives artists an experience in European touring. Eight countries are involved, and the Finnish partners are Lost In Music and Tampere University of Applied Sciences.


The international program of Lost In Music grows also from the east. Belarusian showcase on Saturday 17 October presents e.g. Super Besse, a post-punk group from Minsk. Festival promoter Feniks Willamo comments:

“I went through a list of Belarusian acts and was surprised to find such different artists and bands. I would say there is a certain mystique and melancholy in the Belarusian music, and it will be interesting to see how people react to these acts. In the past years we have started to see more and more interesting acts from the Baltics so hopefully also Belarusian music will get a bigger status here.”

Other Belarusian acts confirmed to perform at the festival are experimental folk-tronica group Shuma and electro-popper Mustelide. This will be the first-ever Belarusian music showcase in an EU country. 


The program for Lost In Music is selected mainly through an online application process. The festival received staggering 94 applications from Belarus, which is nearly 20% of all applications. The explanation for the high number lays in a targeted promotional campaign carried out in collaboration with Belarusian partner Experty.by.

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