Next month, TOMORROW’S GHOSTS will return for its highly anticipated HALLOWEEN GATHERING.
On Friday 27th and Saturday 28th October, the Whitby weekender is back for a true celebration of all things gothic at its spiritual home, with very final day tickets on sale here.
As a final appetiser, today (5 September), Tomorrow’s Ghosts is delighted to announce a special additional event for its Saturday… ‘The Art of Darkness: A History Of Goth’ with John Robb.
FINAL REMAINING TICKET WARNING!
All Weekend Tickets and Friday Day Tickets for the Tomorrow’s Ghosts Halloween Gathering are now SOLD OUT.
A limited number of Saturday Day tickets are still available, with the evening line-up boasting THE 69 EYES, THE MARCH VIOLETS, SALVATION and AUGER. Remaining tickets are available HERE, but be quick!
Hosted at the Whitby Pavilion between the 27th to 29th October, the Tomorrow’s Ghosts Halloween Gathering is the UK’s ultimate gothic destination festival. Following the runaway success of the SOLD OUT Halloween 2022 edition, the festival will be back at the birthplace of Dracula once more for a weekend celebrating the very finest the dark arts have to offer.
Unveiling its full line-up earlier this year, the 2023 edition will see a Friday night headline slot from UK Goth torchbearers THE MISSION, followed by a Saturday night headline set from Finnish ‘Goth ‘n’ Roll’ supremos THE 69 EYES. There will also be Very Special Guests appearing including Kirk Brandon’s 80s’ scene originals THEATRE OF HATE, Yorkshire’s own post punk mavericks THE MARCH VIOLETS, plus an exclusively curated performance of ‘Singles & EPs 1983-86’ from Leeds legends SALVATION especially for Whitby ‘23. Elsewhere, Blackpool’s leading industrial rock outfit AUGER and Whitby goth scene legends WESTENRA will also be painting the town black.
CLUB NIGHTS, MARKETS AND MORE
Offering a celebration of the gothic subculture on all levels; look out for markets, performances, club nights and more, across Whitby throughout the weekend.
Hosting choice club nights each night at the Whitby Pavilion, alt/rock DJ royalty Carpe Noctum will be taking the reins for a death disco into the early hours.
The Gothic and Alternative markets at the festival are FREE entry and are open between 10AM – 5PM on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
As with the 2022 edition, the Tomorrow’s Ghosts festival will be partnering with the Sophie Lancaster Foundation. A charity committed to stamping out prejudice, hatred and intolerance everywhere, the ideals of the Sophie Lancaster Foundation and Tomorrow’s Ghosts couldn’t be any closer aligned. 16 years on from Sophie’s tragic passing in a vile hate-related crime, Tomorrow’s Ghosts will be supporting the exceptional work of the Sophie Lancaster Foundation throughout the weekend.
Under 14s to be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18 at all times.
Over 18s only for after show club night events.
Doors 6.00pm / Curfew 2.00am
TOMORROW’S GHOSTS FESTIVAL – HALLOWEEN GATHERING LINE UP
Friday 27th October 2023
+ Very Special Guests
THEATRE OF HATE
Saturday 28th October 2023
THE 69 EYES
+ Very Special Guests
THE MARCH VIOLETS
+ SALVATION – A Whitby Exclusive Performing…‘A Singles & EPs 1983-86’ Set
+ CLUB NIGHT HOSTS CARPE NOCTUM
+ ‘THE ART OF DARKNESS: A HISTORY OF GOTH’
IN CONVERSATION with JOHN ROBB
+ A Q&A WITH SPECIAL GUESTS
ROSIE GARLAND & TOM ASHTON (THE MARCH VIOLETS)
Tickets on sale HERE