THIS WHOLE WEBSITE LOOKS BEST ON A DESKTOP - MOBILES TEND TO JUMBLE UP THE ORDER OF THINGS.
IN YOUR PHONE BROWSER, PLEASE CHOOSE 'VIEW DESKTOP SITE' AND YOU'LL SEE IT HOW IT SHOULD BE. CHEERS!
Online ticketing is disabled until we finalise the re-arranged date, bands, etc..
Pre-bought tickets will be valid, or you can get a refund. If you've bought already you've been emailed details - or contact us through this website.
SF6(66) is cancelled and the shirt are no longer available. :(
SF7 in 2021!
The Cardinal Red Unisex is available at http://bit.ly/2tYR9aQ and is a standard fit, standard cut, standad weight shirt, in er... red.
It's £11.99 + P&P, which is a couple of quid. Printed on demand for YOU. Yes it is!
The perennial black gig shirt is at http://bit.ly/2u4ajfC and is £14.99 + P&P - it's a super soft black shirt, so added luxury and that. Nice. Again, a Unisex item. Excuse the blue boxes, I forgot to lift images before I hit publish on the sales!
For something a bit more stoner, why not go for the acid washed T-shirt, available at http://bit.ly/37rvF3Z at a price of £18.99 + P&P. It costs more because it costs more, if that makes sense. More of a visual impact than a standard shirt.
Now of course, it's COLD out there! The SF6(66) hoodie is in black with scarlet trim, just like hell or soemthing. Use your imagination. It's warm like hell too, so that's good.
It's £21.99 + P&P and is at http://bit.ly/2wy3SCv
The second edition of the hoodie, same colourway & price as the first though. Have at it.
The last item is not the least - ladies, we know you don't always want to wear a ring neck t-shirt and something with more of a scoop is more comfy - and here you don't even need to get the scissors out! £18.99 + P&P, right here -
All available right now with delivery in a very few days (less than a week) - all prices include a couple of quid to Sarcoma UK.
We've tried to make this as value for money for you as possible.
All prints are flexible, direct to garment so no ugly 'blank' areas like with iron-ons,
100% toxin free, 100% non-hazardous, totally organic, completely vegan-friendly and the inks contain no animal by-products,
and are certified as safe for children and babies. Basically this is a brilliant thing.
There's a size guide at https://www.streetshirts.co.uk/en-gb/products if you're not sure what size you want.
Everything shall be available in a number of sizes from now until a few weeks AFTER SarcomaFest 6(66) - and then they're gone forever.
Join the cool kids, and wear this years' best festival shirt.
Crab Goddess design by Ewan Smith @ wangbar.co.uk - thanks Ewan, you beauty! (Crab - cancer - astrology - geddit?)
Other shirt design work by Steve @ Sarcomafest
cancelled :( due to CoViD19
SF6(66) is in April! Featuring:
Virus - UK thrash gods, new album out on Combat Records earlier in the same month
Spyder Byte - in your face sleaze metal from Kent
Siderian - Northamptonshire crushing groove metal
Christgrinder - blackened death metal from North London and Staffordshire
Tribe of Ghosts- post-metal 4 piece from Brighton
Cacodaemonic - unholy blackened death metal from the grim vastlands of the Midlands.
Elimination - thrash metal from Suffolk
Crostpaths - NuMetalcore weeds from the Garden of England (it says here!)
Full details and such on the SF6(66) Bands Page, check it out for in depth descriptions and photos of the bands!
Check out the Bands gallery for photos, and Colin's YouTube page for videos of SF performances. We also have old promo materials archived under the cunningly named Past Promo, where you can see old posters, videos and the SF battle jacket patch!
Everyone seems to have had a good time and a positive experience playing for us, and we hope to add in some testemonials in the near future. We treat our bands well!
Looking forward, SarcomaFest makes a point of trying to secure performances from bands across the spectrum, from indie tinged rock through to full on black metal. If you'd like to play for us, head to the Contact page and say hello. We're lovely people, we don't bite, we won't treat you like idiots.
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