Alongside headline shows and special events across the UK, FORM presents a number of festivals each year
See below for information on the festival events scheduled for 2023
Founded in 2015, the genre-melting Mutations has evolved and now sets the foundation for daring line-ups in Brighton since. Initially taking over a central Brighton venues, then moving to a mysterious building on the outskirts of town, Mutations 003 and 004 have now set up camp back in the centre of city and a regular creative explosion in the first weekend of November each year. At an intimate cap for such major names, the festival has sold out each year, with appearances from the likes of Yard Act, Squid, Baxter Dury, Shame, Pussy Riot, Working Men’s Club, Billy Nomates and tens of the rising stars, offering a unique chance to see them all in intimate venues before they breakthrough.
VISIONS FESTIVAL LONDON
Launched in 2013 – Visions is a London summer institution. Taking place in various unique venue spaces, churches, rooftops, courtyards and other spaces around Hackney and London Fields in the middle of the hot slow summer, Visions is an alternative community coming together, featuring truly original, talented and varied global talent all descending on summer in the city. The last decade of the festival has seen some landmark first ‘headline’ and catch-them-first appearances from some of the most exciting artists around, including: Idles, Sophie, Young Fathers, Loyle Carner, Black Country New Road, Fat White Family, Alvvays, Perfume Genius, Black Midi, Aldous Harding, ESG, Cate Le Bon, Anna Calvi, Orville Peck, Soccer Mommy and many more.
PITCHFORK FESTIVAL LONDON
Form in collaboration with Pitchfork are proud to present Pitchfork Festival London, launched in 2021 selling over 10,000 tickets and bringing over 50 artists to the city in November. Providing a broad platform for home grown and international creative talent, the week of Pitchfork Festival sees a series of uniquely curated ticketed Pitchfork editorial events showcasing the most exciting and inspiring new and established music and culture. The festival culminates on the weekend with a wristbanded multi-act festival event across London’s most culturally significant venues, with after-party club events and more bespoke happenings. Acts already featured in years 1 and 2 include: Metronomy, Stereolab, Kae Tempest, Moses Boyd, PC Music, Courtney Barnett, Mykki Blanco, Black Country New Road, Faye Webster, Danny L Harle, Eartheater, Black Midi, Tirzah and many more.