Five days of live music across Kettering

Ctrl Alt Fest Delete returns to venues across Kettering next week for five days of live music.

Tuesday, 16th August 2016, 7:06 am
Updated Tuesday, 16th August 2016, 9:10 am
A wide variety of bands are playing at the festival

The annual music event was put together by volunteers as an attempt to rescue something from the cancellation of Alt Fest in 2014.

Venues taking part this year are The Prince Of Wales, The Three Cocks and The Yards.

On Friday, August 26, Scurge will headline the Prince Of Wales with support from Black Ink Sun, Switchblade City, Veins and Unitra.

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The following night at the venue there will see sets by Stereo Skull, Siderian, Fueled Hate, Icons and Krysthla.

On the Saturday at The Yards there will be music by Libby Parsons, Eleanor Lee, Erin Cobain, Thornfield, Unpredictable, Dem Urban Foxes and The Farriers with DJ Guy Garrett ending the night.

Ross Alexander will be hosting an acoustic showcase at The Yards with sets by Stuart O’Connor, HazeyJane, Beth Melvin, Jacob Braithwaite, The Abrahams acoustic, Wilfred Scott, Ben Goodman and Chloe Henbury

Other acts playing during the festival include The Featherz, Outright Resistance, The Soap Girls, Aldous Pinch, Aiden Pryor Band, The Abrahams, Monarchs, Family Of Noise, Dubjaw, Padding Needed and Kenneth J Nash

For more information about the festival and details of the full line up, visit