With today being World MS Day tickets have gone on sale for Yard Life Festival 2018, a not for profit music and arts festival dedicated to supporting the best new talent while raising money and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis Research.

Hosted by BBC6 Music’s Chris Hawkins, Yard Life Festival will take place at Islington Metal Works on April 28th 2018. Early bird tickets are available now for just £15 from fatsoma.com/yardlifefestival

Yard Life is partnering with Spindle Magazine to bring you the hottest new artists and DJs, and there will be live interactive art installations, an art gallery, BBQ & street food, aerial performers and all sorts of other hidden gems.

32 year-old Yard Life founder Jen Lloyd lost her father to MS when he was just 46, and she created the Festival with a few like minded friends in his honour.
“As a massive music fan my Dad would have loved Yard Life,” says Lloyd. “I feel it’s so important to raise awareness of this disease that’s most common in young people in their 20s & 30s. MS Research are making groundbreaking progress and we give every penny of our ticket sales to support them.”

“Yard Life is a music lover's paradise,” adds Chris Hawkins. “It’s an awesome showcase of the best new bands around, all under one roof, raising money for an excellent cause. The atmosphere was amazing, the bands loved playing and everyone who attended had the best of times. I have never been so impressed as I was by Saturday at Yard Life...here’s to 2018!”

Heather Falconer, Founder and Editor in Chief of Spindle Magazine, says
We're extremely excited to be partnered with Yard Life 2018. It's in line with our own ethos of supporting emerging music and the arts, and it's in aid of a fantastic cause.
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