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Tiny Changes announces Online Festival, Tiny Gigs

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A CELEBRATION OF THE TINY CHANGES COMMUNITY

Tiny Changes, the charity set up following the death of Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison has a treat in store for you this summer with Tiny Gigs.

Tiny Gigs is a pay-what-you-can online music festival which aims to ‘keep us connected through our love of music, allowing us to enjoy emerging, diverse, and well-known talent from the comfort of our own homes.’

So keep the weekend of 20th and 21st June free, to take part and see Tiny Changes and friends will stream from their own homes via the Tiny Changes Facebook page. They’ll be using the event to highlight the important work other Children and Young Person charities in Scotland are undertaking right now, many of whom Tiny Changes have supported with their emergency COVID-19 fund.

The line-up is cracking with Tim Burgess, Cloth (who recently featured on the Normal People soundtrack), Bill Ryder-Jones, Heir of The Cursed, Frank Turner, The Staves, Man of Moon, Carla J. Easton, and many more set to play.

Keep an eye on their socials for more information.

Tiny Changes on Facebook

Pay-what-you-can via Just Giving

Event Line-Up

Frets Kitchen Concerts 

Scottish Chamber Orchestra 

Reel Youth Media 

Nova Scotia The Truth

Matt Maltese 

Naomi Munn

Broken Chanter 

Carla Easton

Man of Moon

Aoife Nessa Frances 

Bill Ryder-Jones 

Tim Burgess 

Intercultural Youth Scotland 

Finn & The Jacques

Paix 

Heir of The Cursed

Matilda Mann 

Loel Campbell

Cloth 

The Staves 

Frank Turner 

Annie Hardy (Giant Drag)

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