20 Feb 2018
Acoustic Night returns to Loughborough Students’ Union
Acoustic Nights will be returning to Loughborough Students’ Union later this month on Monday 26 February.
The event, which has been running for the last few years, showcases a number of ambitious artists within the music industry.
The headliner of the night is Kate Miller, a singer-songwriter from Northern Ireland whose sound can be compared to the likes of Norah Jones and Lucy Rose.
Other confirmed acts include indie artist David Gibson, guitarist Daniel Green and ‘Lemon Boy’ – a singer influenced by the likes of Radiohead and Pink Floyd.
Steve Malik – organiser of the Acoustic Night series - will also be performing on the night.
He is a current student at the University and has previously supported the likes of Pete Doherty and The Enemy.
Of the event, he said: “Following on from the success of last semester’s Acoustic Night, we have some brilliant new additions including headliner Kate Miller.
“As always, the Acoustic Nights provide a special opportunity for different members of the University to showcase their talents in front of a supportive crowd. Expect a night of good tunes and warm atmosphere.”
The performances will take place in Cognito’s inside the Students’ Union.
Students and members of the community are invited to come and enjoy both original and covered songs from some of the best musicians on campus in the informal setting.
The event starts at 7:30pm and is free for students and £4 on the door for non-students. For more information, visit the LU Arts website.